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Reef and Wreck...yes or no?


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We did that tour last summer and LOVED IT. In fact, we will likely to it again! I had never been snorkeling in the Caymans before and was truly amazed at the brilliant fish and lots of them. You snorkel in about 90 feet of water and it is amazing.

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Wife and I did that excursion a couple of years ago. It was nothing special. The area where the "wreck" is located is right by the tender dock and the water is WAY too deep (IMHO) to really enjoy it. The staff on the boat was good and it wasn't too crowded, but all in all it was just kinda "blah".

We're returning to Grand Cayman in a couple of weeks on RCCL and (on advice of several coworkers) are taking one of Captain Marvin's Stingray City snorkel trips. Really looking forward to that!!

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