Seeking Rebreather Divers to Explore our Walls, Wrecks, and Reefs
Cayman Brac Beach Resort now stocks oxygen, scrubber material, bailout bottles, and other supplies our guests need who bring their own rebreathers. The staff is rebreather-trained to be able to assist and support divers as they service their own equipment.
The underwater world around Cayman Brac is ideal for more technically trained and certified divers to gain skills using their rebreather equipment while enjoyably exploring the wide variety of diving that is unique to Cayman Brac. Explore sheer wall drop-offs and deep ravines like Piper’s Wall and Orange Canyon that are second to none in the Caribbean. While decompressing, off-gassing, or just doing some casual diving, soak in the vivid colors and abundant marine life on shallower reefs Treehouse and Elkhorn Forest.
No Cayman island has shipwrecks that measure up to those off the Brac. The most renowned is the MV Captain Keith Tibbetts, named by our founder’s father in honor of his brother Keith who was instrumental in helping family members survive the flooding and devastation of the November 1932 hurricane that took the lives of more than 10% of the island’s population. And although staying and diving off Cayman Brac, Little Cayman’s famous Bloody Bay Wall Marine Park is within our dive range.
Individual Rebreather Divers
Individual divers who are certified, not part of a rebreather group, and would like to bring and use their own equipment will be accommodated on our open circuit boats—diving the same profiles set for others on the boat.
The rebreather diver must have a buddy who is also certified as a rebreather diver whether or not they are diving with it. This is a safety issue in that having a buddy team who is familiar with each other’s dive gear operation is vital for their safety. We must also have advance notice that guests are going to be diving with rebreathers prior to final payment (30–45 days before travel).