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The Lobster Pot Dive center on Grand Cayman is an authorized PADI 5 Star Dive Resort with a 5 star reputation. Our divers return year after year to experience our friendly, reliable and first-class service and for the best dive training and dive trips on island.
We offer PADI dive training, morning and afternoon two-tank boat dive trips to Cayman’s famous wall, the wreck of the ex-USS Kittiwake and Stingray City, as well as shore diving and night diving. Deep Blue Images, a team of professional photographers/videographers, is conveniently located on site to provide you with a lasting memory of your dive trip. And Cayman Sea Elements offers mangrove kayak and snorkel adventures.
Our 10 experienced and highly knowledgeable PADI instructors teach the full range of PADI dive courses from Discover Scuba Diving for the curious, complete beginner, right up to Divemaster, the first PADI professional rating, including Nitrox, Rescue Diver and many PADI specialties.
We are one of the few dive centers on island to have its own dock so all you have to do is step onto your dive boat for your Cayman dive adventure – no struggling on board from the beach. And with a calm, clear, shallow lagoon alongside the dive center that’s ideal for our dive course training, and Cheeseburger Reef just a few fin kicks away, you need go nowhere else for all your scuba diving needs.
We also offer snorkel instruction and tours, scuba/snorkel equipment rentals and air fills, and our dive and gift shop is full of dive goodies, gift items and souvenirs that you won’t be able to resist.
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The Wreck of the Kittiwake lies off shore in Grand Cayman, to the North - top end of 7 mile beach.
The Sand lies around 60ft ad the Ship has moved slightly down a sand slop nearer to the reef and wall following storms. The Ship is now slightly angled, tilted into the sand. It stands in tact and almost exactly parallel to the shore and wall.
Having now been underwater for 6 years, it has some great life and regular visitors. Its a great purposefully sunk and designed for diving wreck, it has large open spaces. It is clean and tidy but still has more than enough set up on it to get the feel of the wreck and its original features.
Lobster Pot give fully guided tours, full wreck penetration to suit the group. Very interesting dive, you perfectly wind your way up the wreck from bottom layer to top, the captains cabin, and top deck sit at 6-5 meters 15ft at the top. Perfect for you safety stop.
Look out for Moray, Giant Barracuda, Turtles, Huge schools of fish on the Wreck itself and Garden Eel, Eagle Ray and Southern Stingrays in the Sand.
Cheese Burger reef, runs from behind Burger King in George town to Lobster Pot Dive Center. Its considered Lobster Pots house reef.
The Boat lane for the dock is clearly marked and staff offer guided dives of the reef or a full site briefing if you choose to dive as a buddy team.
Its a common site for DSD's and training due to the depth and short swim from shore.
Sand at 15ft front of the reef - 40 ft back of the reef. The reef itself stands 1ft underwater to the sand. Due to its position, it is well protected in the Bay. Providing a fishy reef with lots of Juvenile fish. There are two swim though on the reef. Often full of large Tarpon. Common to see Lobster, Rays, Eels and Turtles also on the reef and in the sand.
Occasionally sandy at the front the viz is on a bad day 20 - 40ft but usually around 60 - 80ft
Great place for a night dive, look out for squid, octopus and sleeping Parrot fish in their mucous layer.
We had never scuba dived before and were nervous! The Lobster Pot Dive Center is very professional and informative. Our nerves were calmed because of the knowledge and guides we had throughout the dive. The sights of the reef are amazing - and one of the guides took some photos for us so we've have something to remember it by! We're planning to get fully certified next time we visit Grand Cayman and we'll definitely be using Lobster Pot. We highly suggest first time divers to come to the cheeseburger reef. Thank you!
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