Grand Cayman Private Snorkel Charter Seven Mile Beach
This Private Snorkel Charter along Seven Mile Beach, Grand Cayman is the best way to maximise your time in the beautiful Cayman Islands. This handsome little 23ft Mako boat will take you to 3 amazing snorkel stops along the world famous Seven Mile Beach! With your own private boat captain at your side, you will be taken to two lively coral reefs for a 30min snorkel at each and to the newest attraction in Grand Cayman - the Kittiwake Shipwreck. Live it up in style on this private charter as you cruise along the Seven Mile Beach Coastline. Watch a jet ski or parasail speed alongside you. This is the best way to enjoy an intimate and relaxing snorkel away from the crowds on Seven Mile Beach.
The popular Kittiwake Shipwreck is an ex-US Military submarine rescue vessel which has fast become a stunning artificial reef with a teaming marine life under the crystal clear waters of Grand Cayman. The ship was was transferred from the US Marine Administration to the Cayman Islands Government in August 2009, and was sunk off the coast of Seven Mile Beach in January 2011. It is possibly the ‘cleanest’ wreck ever to be sunk as an artificial reef.
After you finish snorkeling the Kittiwake, you will be taken to 2 other exciting snorkel stops on Seven Mile Beach (approx 20mins at each coral reef). Afterward you can grab a bite to eat at one of the beach bars along the beach or be taken back to George Town to enjoy some shopping and food just 5 mins walk from the cruise port.
This is the perfect Private Charter in Grand Cayman for those who have already been to Stingray City and are looking to explore the world famous Seven Mile Beach.
Book your private snorkel charter on Seven Mile Beach today and lock in the best deal on the island! Your friends will love you for it! :)
Max persons on this boat is 8 people
If you have larger guests in your group please let us know in advance and we will try to accommodate you on a larger boat
Up to 6 ppl: $500 US | Up to 8 ppl: $635 US
3.5hrs (2.5hrs on the water, 1hr for transport & orientation)