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Excellent dive site with swim-through arch

A great morning dive. Anchor in 30' and pop over the wall down to 110' and slowly come shallow to... read more

Reviewed 21 May 2017
aabonyi
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Oakland, California
Great Little Cayman dive!

This dive site had everything and is a favorite on the Cayman Aggressor. It had an arch, cuts, and... read more

Reviewed 9 April 2017
cdaughe
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bridgeport, wv
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Beautiful dive spot featuring tons of coral and sponges.
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Reviewed 21 May 2017

A great morning dive. Anchor in 30' and pop over the wall down to 110' and slowly come shallow to 80' otherwise you'll miss the arch, which sits at the edge of a cut back towards the top of the reef. You can swim through...More

Thank aabonyi
Reviewed 9 April 2017

This dive site had everything and is a favorite on the Cayman Aggressor. It had an arch, cuts, and swim thru. Great visibility with a lot of color, coral, lot of sponges, sea fan coral and fish. It has a wall and we found a...More

1  Thank cdaughe
Reviewed 13 February 2017

Good dive site for views of the dropoff and seeing lots of sponges, soft and hard coral, and turtles. But watch out the Nassau groupers will get in your way while you're shooting them.

Thank Laxmom93001
Reviewed 14 December 2016

Going along the wall and around the gazebo area is a site to see. You come out between a perfect arch. A must dive.

Thank Liz S
Reviewed 27 September 2016

This was a great dive site. It started off with a vertical swim-through that you had to dive head-first and downwards. Ended up at around 100'. Other swim-throughs were also accessible at this site. A great combination of wall, reef and sand/rubble.

Thank BigBird57
Reviewed 20 February 2016 via mobile

If you choose to skip diving Randy's Gazebo then you'll miss seeing some of the largest Barrel Sponges in the Caribbean basin. Take your time along the wall at 70 - 100' and take in the unbelievable undersea vista.

Thank brucew266
Reviewed 15 December 2015

Saw so many fish. This reef is alive and well. The sponges and corals are so healthy. Numerous turtles, scroll file fish, puffers, seahorses, etc. A must-see if you dive the area. Gazebo is what it truly is. I never get tired of diving here....More

Thank vsturg
Reviewed 29 November 2015

A lovely site, iconic Little Cayman, and one of the most photographed. I think it is a bit over-rated but always fun.

Thank Manatee4Me
Reviewed 21 September 2015

The large archway provides incredible photo opportunities. You can swim around it and enter from the back side for the best photo op. The chimney swim through is amazing! Entering head first is always a little more emotionally challenging.

Thank stephen f
Reviewed 27 July 2015 via mobile

This is one of the signature dives on Little Cayman. The "chimney" is an iconic part of this dive with enough room to go down head first, coming out at about 60'. I 've done it once & that was plenty. The Gazebo is a...More

Thank tgrdvrmd
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