Experience the Ease and Enjoyment of Valet Diving with Reef Divers
Experience the wonders of the sea with a one-of-a-kind “valet diving” service. Immerse yourself in the thrill of the dive as Reef Divers take care of the work and worries. Let our experienced oversee the lifting, hauling, and packing of all the diving gear, while all you have to carry are great memories. Explore our island’s best diving sites while relaxing and riding on our custom-made dive fleet. All you need to do is show up and dive.
For many of you, your diving gear is precious and personal. That’s why all divers, upon check-in, receive a special bag from the dive shop so you can personally pack your gear. On the day of your dive, leave your bag outside the resort room and Reef Divers will make sure your bag gets on the boat for you. Once your gear is organized, as you like, leave its care and cleaning to us so you can dive without disturbance.
Hate the hassle of handling heavy tanks? Let Reef Divers change your tanks after every dive. Our team will even rinse your gear right on the boat as you unwind on the dock when your day of diving is done. Drying rooms and special rinse tanks are available on the dock for removing and rinsing your wetsuits and fins. Once you’ve experienced valet diving offered by Reef Divers, there’s no other way to dive.
Reef Divers, the onsite dive operator at our Cayman Island all inclusive resort, is affiliated with PADI, SSI, and the Universal Referral Program. Their professional instructors and boat captains balance concern for your dive safety and care for the environment, yet are committed to give you an unforgettable and completely unique Cayman Brac diving experience. Reef Divers offers courses on everything from Resort Courses to Dive Master, however all courses must be pre-booked with the exception of Nitrox. After checking in you’ll be asked to complete a history form and return it to the dive shop. Don’t forget your “C” card, you won’t be able to dive without it.
The boats depart each morning at 8:30 a.m. and again at 2 p.m. Water temperature ranges from 78° in the winter to 86° in the summer. Divers are encouraged to place their gear in a bag outside their door the first morning where the dive staff will pick it up, take it to the boat and set up their gear. After that the dive staff will take care of everything, including packing up your gear and rinsing it after the day’s diving. If you are keen to get Cayman Island diving even faster, please feel free to complete the Release Form and Medical Statement* prior to your arrival.
In addition, the dive shop also offers equipment for purchase and an assortment of Reef Divers Cayman Brac logo t-shirts and other sportswear. The Reef Divers dive center provides fresh water rinsing tanks, fresh water showers, a dive gear storage area, and restrooms. Reef Divers uses two water-cooled Mako V4 30cfm dive compressors complete with state-of-the-art filtration systems and plenty of air storage capacity.Diving Center Details
|Twin Sister||42 ft.||twin 300HP John Deere engines|
|Big Sister||46 ft.||twin 300HP Caterpillar engines|
|Little Sister||46 ft.||twin 385HP John Deere engines|
|Ocean Sister||46 ft.||twin 385HP John Deere engines|
|Coral Sister||46 ft.||twin 385HP John Deere engines|
Cayman Island diving is easier and more fun with Reef Divers!
Divers don’t have to lug gear every day from their rooms. Upon checking in, divers receive a Reef Divers bag for the duration of their stay. They put their gear in the bag, place it outside their door the first morning, and our dive staff will take it to the boat and set it up. The dive staff on-board changes the divers’ tanks after every dive. At day’s end divers take their wetsuits, diveskins and masks to the storage area to dry and their photo/video gear to their rooms. All of the divers gear on-board will be rinsed with fresh clean water after each diving day.
Scuba Diving, Top 100 Readers Choice Awards, Jan/Feb ’15. The Cayman Islands have been rated: