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Divers prepare to go back underwater

Dive sites across Grand Cayman will be open for the first time in almost three months on Sunday, and the island’s dive operators are gearing up to welcome back customers.

Coral spawning provides an underwater spectacle

Illuminated by the moody glow of a dozen torchlights, a group of divers hovers over the reef.

Underwater ‘train wreck’ could be relic of phosphate mining

The discovery of old-fashioned train wheel-sets in shallow water off East End may be linked to the bygone era of phosphate mining in the Cayman Islands, historians believe.

Divers discover ‘train wreck’ off East End

Dive shop owner Steve Broadbelt thought he had seen it all. That was until he stumbled across a train wreck in the shallow waters off East End.

Gold rush in Barbados for Cayman swimmers

Away from the main CARIFTA spotlight Cayman’s swimmers are quietly accumulating medals.

CUC Sea Swim scheduled for this weekend

The 29th annual CUC Sea Swim is set for Saturday at Governors Beach.

Cullers call for lionfish import ban

Some lionfish cullers are calling for a ban on the import of the invasive fish to force restaurants in the Cayman Islands to buy local.

Dive pioneers join scuba Hall of Fame

The inventors of one of the first diving regulators and the man who led the first explorations beneath the North Pole were among the pioneers honored at the International Scuba Diving Hall of Fame induction ceremony on Friday.

Four Cayman dive pioneers among Scuba Diving Hall of Fame honorees

Four pioneers of the Cayman Islands scuba diving industry will be honored at this year’s International Scuba Diving Hall of Fame ceremony, along with eight individuals from overseas who will be inducted into the Hall of Fame.

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