Yes, I know the photo is of a snorkeler not a diver, but look at the colour of that water!
There is something magical about Scuba diving. Not only can a person experience the feeling of weightlessness and floating, but there is the ability to breathe underwater too. Imagine being able to spend some time underwater and not having to come up for air all the time. That in itself is magical, but then imagine all the strange and wonderful sea creatures that can be seen on a dive as well. Fascinating.
As someone who last went diving 6 years ago, I jumped at the chance to edit the text on a website that runs Scuba diving tours and instruction in Cayman Brac. It gave me the chance to relive with fondness some of my memories of the many dives that I have done in my life.
Brac Scuba Shack in Cayman Brac likes to keep it small and personal with groups of no more than ten people on a boat. They specialise in wreck diving, wall dives, deep diving, any other kind of diving you can think of, as well as Scuba courses with qualified instructors.
Thinking of going on vacation to somewhere exotic and learning how to dive? Consider contacting them. They can even help you find accommodation.
©Kerry Biddle 2017.