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Underwater Photo Location: Light House Point, Dive Tech, Grand Cayman

Underwater Photo Location: Light House Point, Dive Tech, Grand Cayman

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Shore dive at Dive Tech Grand Cayman. Jump from the dock and head straight out to the mooring lines and drop down to the mini wall. Can go left or right, depending on the current
Facts about Light House Point, Dive Tech, Grand Cayman
  • It is in Cayman islands
  • The typical depth is 0-20 Metres 0-60 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 3-10 Metres 10-30 Feet.




by Samantha Morgan
Flamingo Tounge, Grand Cayman. Night dive at Light House Point. Slight current. But finally got him with all the spots!

by Chase Darnell
"Hypnotic" Slow Shutter spin.

by Jim Catlin
'Alien Landscape' - spotted cleaner shrimp on warty corallimorph

by Susannah H. Snowden-Smith
Purple Vase Sponges & Diver

by Robin Bateman
The Guardian - a Simon Morris statue standing just off the mini-wall at LightHousePoint in Grand Cayman. Loved how the sun makes a Halo - always guarding for good ....

by Jim Catlin
'Guardian of the Reeeeeeeef' - unable to control his buoyancy a diver plummets towards the Guardian. Shot taken for the article 'How Not to Rock the Boat' by Drew Mcarthur, published DIVER magazine, August 2015.

by Susannah H. Snowden-Smith
"Face To Face" Queen angelfish are normally quite skiddish, swimming off if a diver comes near. This one was eating a sponge and was more concerned with lunch than with me. I took this photograph when it momentarily looked up from the sponge.
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