There are more than 50 dive sites around Cayman Brac so there are plenty of choices for new and experienced divers alike. A must-see when diving here is the purposely sunk MV Captain Keith Tibbetts. This is a 330ft (100m) Russian Koni class frigate that was sunk in 1996 to create an easily accessible artificial reef.
Besides that, do try the Buccaneer Reef or check out the bronze sculpture on Radar Reef as well as walls like Wilderness Wall. Tarpon Reef makes for an interesting dive with large silvery tarpon swarming around the tunnel and crevices.
Divers can also head to the famous Bloody Bay Wall on the nearby Little Cayman Island.
November to April is high season at Cayman Brac but for diving, the seas are calmer and visibility better from May to July.
Visibility ranges from 60-100ft (18-30m) and dive sites consist of walls, coral gardens and some good wreck dives.
Most of the sites are close by and easily accessible by a short boat trip and some can be dived straight from the shore. Water temperature is warm with a range of 78-82°F (25-28°C).
Fly to Charles Kirkconnell International Airport on Cayman Airways from Grand Cayman.