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Armchair Reef

in George Town, Grand Cayman
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Great Shore Dive

This site is just to the north of Smiths Cove. There's an apartment complex there and you can dive from shore there. It's a short swim out and there's lots to see. Definitely worth checking out!
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Great dive at Armchair Reef

Last week i dove here for the first time and loved this site. Its like a ' miniwall' but the "armchair-horse shoe" is really cool with a nice drop-off into a big sandy area where you can spot stingrays and eagle rays. The top of the wall is really pretty too, lots of soft sponges and sea fans, lobsters, shrimps etc. Definitely worth it to check it out!
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Mini-wall with patches of coral

This is a great dive site, it's called arm chair because when you decent you'll see a sort of horse shoe area that looks like the shape of an arm chair. It is like a mini wall that drops down to about 65 Feet, with coral patches going out to the deep part of the site. There are large coral heads everywhere so great to find spiny lobsters, crabs and puffers. Also look out for nurse sharks, often seen in the sand underneath a ledge.
The top of the reef is about 35 Feet and really pretty with lots of sea fans moving with the surge. Definitely give this dive site a try if you're around!
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