Clearly Cayman Resorts

Clearly Cayman Dive Resorts put you just steps away from world-class diving. Our warm, clear Caribbean waters are teeming with marine life, making our resorts great vacation destinations at any time of the year. With a dive resort on each of the three Cayman Islands, no one knows the best diving spots better than we do. Our small, family-owned resorts will make you feel at home, with comfortable rooms, outdoor areas where you can socialize or find a private space of your own, al fresco bars where our friendly staff will remember your name and your favorite beverage, and delicious Caribbean-inspired meals. You’ll arrive as a friend and, forever after, you’ll be part of our family.

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Clearly Cayman Resorts

Cobalt Coast

Quiet and intimate or near the action? At the small 24-room Cobalt Coast Resort on Grand Cayman, you don’t have to choose. Our quiet but convenient West Bay location is just a short ride from all the action and excitement of Seven Mile Beach and George Town—by rental car, cab, or public transportation. Before or after dining al fresco, enjoy your favorite beverage at Duppies, overlooking the Caribbean. And Reef Divers makes it easy to reach all the best dive sites, including the North Wall and the Kittiwake wreck.

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Cayman Brac Beach Resort

Cayman Brac Beach Resort is a much-loved getaway for divers of all ages. Enjoy the casual ambiance of our 40-room resort and experience world-class diving, including the MV Captain Keith Tibbetts wreck, just a short Reef Divers’ boat ride away. Relax during non-dive time in our large, freeform pool and spa, or sip your favorite beverage at our Tipsy Turtle Bar’s top deck—the perfect spot for catching sunsets. Feeling adventurous? Hike the Brac’s nature trails, explore some of the island’s caves, or even try rock climbing on the Bluff.

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Little Cayman Beach Resort

Escape to Little Cayman Beach Resort, an intimate, even romantic, oasis offering bucket-list diving, including the Bloody Bay Wall Marine Park, done first class with Reef Divers. Nightlife revolves around our Beach Nuts Bar (karaoke anyone?) or just counting stars in the sky. Lush, tropical grounds are the hallmark of our 40-room resort that features a pool and spa, plus lounges and hammocks for reading, resting, or just enjoying the sea breezes and sounds of the surf.

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Boats Custom Built for Diver Safety and Comfort

All of our dive boats were custom built for us for safety and diver comfort by Newton Boats in Slidell, Louisiana. They’re 42’ to 46’ in length, 16’ wide, and conform to the highest standards established by the American Bureau of Shipping. They’re powered by Caterpillar, John Deere, or Yanmar engines—all well known and trusted for their power and dependability. Cruising at 20 mph, you’ll quickly and comfortably arrive at dive sites.

Four boats in our fleet of 11 call Little Cayman their home port: Island Sister, Paradise Diver, Reef Fantasea, and Holiday Diver II. Each easily carries up to 20 divers and two crew members.

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Plenty of shade in addition to sunning areas on the forward and aft decks and bridge.

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Padded camera table in the cabin area to protect underwater photo gear.

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Comfortable bench seats, convenient gear storage area and tank racks.

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A hang line and regulator for low-on-air safety stops.

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Restroom facilities and freshwater shower for rinsing off photo gear and yourself post-dive.

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VHF radio, cell phone, diver emergency recall system, emergency oxygen and AED, first aid equipment, and U.S. Coast Guard approved boat safety equipment.

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Towels, snacks and fresh, cold water on board for divers' comfort.

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Easy exit from the water using dive ladders and handrails.


Reef Divers Staff Members Focus on Dive Safety and Enjoyment

It takes someone with very special qualities to be a Reef Divers staff member. We often review more than 100 job applications to find one great match. We look for individuals who are passionate about taking care of our guests and the marine environment, and are focused on ensuring diver safety. They must be able to make it a great day for every diver in their care.

These Reef Divers Pros Will Care for You on Your Next Visit to Little Cayman Beach Resort:


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Sharon is from Capetown, South Africa, and has been diving since 2001. She decided to learn to dive to escape the rat race – and she probably couldn’t have found a better place than Little Cayman. Sharon loves the silence and tranquility she experiences while underwater. She is Manager of Reef Divers and was honored with the 2018 Stingray Award as Watersports Manager of the Year by the Cayman Islands Tourism Association.

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Jon from Tacoma, Washington, started diving in 2001. A friend was an avid diver, introduced him to it, and diving became his passion. Although Jon loves diving for his own pleasure, it’s the wonderment of seeing the underwater world through the eyes and expressions of guests and celebrating those experiences that bring him the most joy.

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Phil from Bournemouth, England, began diving in 2006. It was a crowdsourced decision – many of his friends were certified, so learning to dive seemed like the right thing to do. He credits this as being the best decision he’s ever made. What does he love most about diving? The fish and quietness of the underwater world.

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Louise from Somerset, England, made her first dive in 2003. She completed a Discover Scuba experience with her sister when she was 13 and has never looked back. Louise loves the feeling of weightlessness and recharges her spirit and soul with the peace and the tranquility she experiences while diving.

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Rhys from Wales, United Kingdom, started diving in 2012 in search of a new adventure. The best rewards for him are getting to see beautiful places and meeting great people along the path of his career and travels. Rhys especially loves discovering new-to-him aquatic species and experiencing and showing others his favorite swim-throughs.

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Julie is from Bellevue, Washington, and began diving in 1992. She fell in love with the underwater world while participating in a Discover Scuba class in Bermuda. What makes her passionate about diving? Julie loves the sensation of breathing underwater and feeling of weightlessness – but especially the wonderment of sharing this world and these experiences with others.

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Simon, from Grantham, England, began diving in 2006. He went on holiday (aka vacation for our US visitors) to French Polynesia and thought it looked like something cool to learn to do.  Simon loves to dive even when he’s not working. The tranquility he finds in the sea brings peace to his soul, and the intimacy of being part of the underwater world gives him an inspirational intimacy with nature.

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Josh is from Alpharetta, Georgia, and knew he wanted to be a diver many years before he was old enough to legally learn. During kindergarten, his dad brought in his scuba gear and a dive video for show-and-tell which amazed his classmates and hooked Josh. What does he love most about diving? It’s being a visitor in an environment that feels mysterious and otherworldly where he can explore and connect with nature in a truly happy place.

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Karolina from Sankt Goar, Germany, got hooked on diving in 2003 after landing a summer job in Greece on a dive boat. She just had to get certified and has been traveling the globe and exploring the world’s seas since then. There isn’t anything about the underwater world Karolina doesn’t love – from feeling weightless to interacting with small and large marine creatures. But the best is that no matter how many thousands of dives she does, she  always manages to encounter something she hasn’t seen before.

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Tiago is from Coimbra, Portugal, and started diving in 2005 to collect samples for his MSc degree in Marine Ecology. Tiago loves the freedom of movement and peace that comes from being suspended in the sea free from the pull of gravity. He finds it very rewarding to help divers increase awareness of and connection to the sea environment. He is our Underwater Photo Pro.

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Anna is from ‘s-Hertogenbosch (prounced ser-toh-khuh n-baws), The Netherlands, and has always been called to the ocean. She got certified to dive in 1999. When Anna jumps into the sea, it feels like going home − diving is her form of meditation and spiritually rechargess her soul.  She loves showing guests “her” tranquil, underwater world − especially the Bloody Bay Wall area full of beautiful aquatic life that only divers get to see.

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Grace, from Kitchener, Ontario, Canada, was first exposed to diving at age 11 on a family snorkeling trip. She saw divers below and knew she had to do that, too – getting certified in 2014. Grace loves not knowing exactly what she’s going to see as she explores the underwater world, escaping from the world’s tech “noises” with just the sounds of her own bubbles and chirps of fish around her. Her goal is to help everyone become more aware of the fragility of the ocean. Grace is our Dive Coordinator.


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