"Our own Reef Divers provide the personalized valet dive services that many of our guests don’t even know they want until they experience it.
Reef Divers takes the work out of your diving—handling the heavy lifting and care of your boat-dive gear, from your first dive with us through your last dive (unless you’d prefer to do it yourself). We rinse, dry, and store your BCD and regulator daily, so they’re set up and ready for your next day’s diving. The only finger you’ll have to lift is the one to point out your gear as you relax in the boat, ready to go diving.
At the top of the dock, we have separate rinse tanks for photo equipment, wetsuits, and general dive gear, plus a drying room for wetsuits so you don’t have to take them to your room.
Cayman Islands diving is mostly current-free, which is optimal for new divers, divers who wants to move at their own pace, and underwater photographers who may want to spend their entire dive at one location, waiting for the perfect shot.
" - From https://www.littlecayman.com/scuba-diving/"
The Rooms: Little Cayman Beach Resort is situated on a white, sandy beach in Blossom Village, the first area of the island resettled in 1833 after Spanish privateers ran off the turtle fishermen who’d settled there.
The two-story resort has 40 air-conditioned guest rooms with:
- Ceiling fans
- Private bathrooms with hair dryers, soap, shampoo, and hair conditioner
- Towels for use by pool or on beach (towels separately provided on boats for divers)
- Small drip coffeemakers
- Closets with hangers
- Televisions (although availability and quality of channels is very limited)
- Irons and ironing boards are available upon request
- 7 Nights hotel
- all meals (bar tab not included)
- free use of dive computer
- free wifi, welcome rum punch & coctail party
- airport transfers
- Hotel gratuities (dive crew gratuities not included)
- Tax Included
- Option to Add 5 single-tank afternoon boat dives for $ 200
- Nitrox Available $ 10 tank on site
- Dive Crew Gratuities