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  • Cayman Brac Mar 30 - Apr 6th 2024

Cayman Brac Mar 30 - Apr 6th 2024

Reef Divers Cayman Brac is a team of international dive professionals known for their outstanding experience, expertise in diving, and awarding-winning Rodale’s Scuba Diving records.

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The Cayman Islands are located 150 miles south of Cuba in the Caribbean Sea, 170 miles northeast of Jamaica and 480 miles south of Miami.

     All three islands are low lying and are composed of limestone and consolidated coral, an outcropping of the Cayman Ridge, a submerged mountain range that extends west from the Sierra Maestra in Cuba. The Cayman Trench, the deepest part of the      Caribbean at a depth of over four miles, separates the three small islands from Jamaica.

     The ‘Sister Islands’ of Little Cayman and       Cayman Brac are located about 90 miles northeast of Grand Cayman.

          The Cayman Islands lie between latitudes 19° and 20° North, closer to the equator than some   people realize, so the climate is warm and humid with little seasonal variation.

     Relative humidity varies from 68% – 92% and   rainfall varies with the season. The Sister Islands experience far less rainfall than Grand Cayman



    Brac Reef Beach Cayman Island Resort boasts four and a half acres of beautiful milky white beachfront property, forty guest rooms, an award-winning restaurant, day spa, boutique, fitness center, and cyber beach Internet access facility. The first class amenities will spoil you and guest’s return often because of the warmth and service of their friendly, dedicated staff. The resort is also home to the renowned Reef Divers Dive Operation.

Here you will find yourself immersed in lush tropical foliage, the serenity of the natural beauty of the surrounding crystal blue Caribbean water, swaying palms, amazing sunsets and starry midnight skies. Whether you are looking for a place with superb diving or uncluttered beaches or to just relax in a tree shaded hammock, you’ll be amazed with all that the resort has to offer.

Be lured to the laid back luxury of Brac Reef. Upon arrival, enjoy a cool rum punch. Kick off your shoes and bask in our island paradise painted with secluded beach vistas and hammocks sprinkled amidst sea grapes and coconut palms.


Located onsite at our Cayman dive resort, Reef Divers Cayman Brac wants you to have a relaxing dive holiday and strives to care for all your Cayman Brac diving needs.

Professional instructors offer you a valet diving experience by rinsing your gear off after dives and by setting your gear on the boat each day so all you have to do is “fall in the water.” Reef Divers Cayman Brac also offers snorkeling off the boats  Our boats are comfortable and well equipped with the latest diving equipment and meet the latest safety standards and/or specifications. We currently have five boats – four are Newton 46’ boats with a seating capacity of 36 divers each, though we only allow 20 divers per boat for your comfort. The fifth boat is a Newton 42’ boat with a capacity for 25 divers, though, again, we only board 20 divers. There are over 46 Cayman dive sites and four wrecks to enjoy on Cayman Brac Island.



March 30– Apr 6th, 2024

$3385* Diver double occ.

$3135* Non-diver double

*price reflects 3% CASH or check discount


7 nights at Brac Reef Beach Resort

Airfare from Chicago

Roundtrip airport transfers

3 meals a day

6 days of  boat dives—17 dives

Welcome cocktail party

Hotel Taxes and service fees

Commemorative photo book

Group Tshirt


A non-refundable deposit of $500.00

         is required to guarantee your space. 


Not included: gratuities, local airport fees, incidental

expenses, meals not listed, travel insurance, dive insurance, beverages unless indicated, Nitrox, dive equipment, and Park & Permit fees.


Prices subject to change without notice


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