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Join Us this New Years at the Beautiful Cayman Brac Beach Resort - December 28th, 2019- January 4th, 2020
7 nights' accommodations Breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily (dinner arrival day through breakfast departure day)
1 6 X 2-tank AM + 5 x 1-tank PM boat dives (17 boat dives total for 7-night package)
No additional charge for dive trips to Little Cayman/Bloody Bay Wall
Complimentary use of dive computer (we require them)
Complimentary WiFi
Welcome rum punch
Manager's cocktail reception (typically Monday evening)
Airport ground transfers
Resort fees, taxes and gratuities - except dive gratuities which are NOT included

Cayman Brac is one of three Cayman Islands and a Sister Island to Grand Cayman and smaller, nearby neighbor, Little Cayman. The island is roughly 14 square miles—approximately 12 miles long and 1.2 miles wide. It was named for the 140-foot bluff (called a “brac”) at the western tip.

Our own Reef Divers provides the personalized valet dive services that many of our guests don’t even know they want until they experience it. With 25 years of experience and being the only dive operator on all three Cayman Islands—no one knows or does it better than we do.

Reef Divers takes the work out of your diving, handling the heavy lifting and care of your boat dive gear—from your first dive with us through your last dive (unless you’d prefer to do it yourself). We rinse, dry, and store your BCD and regulator daily, so they’re set up and ready for your next day’s diving. The only finger you’ll have to lift is the one to point out your gear as you relax in the boat, ready to go diving.

At our dive shop, we have separate rinse tanks for photo equipment and wetsuits and general dive gear, plus a dry room with hanging space for wetsuits and mesh bags so you don’t have to take them to your room. Although the island is small and extremely safe, we lock this room nightly to protect your gear.

Reef Divers emphasizes safety first, followed by comfort. So, rather than having to perform an unbalanced “tank dance” to get from your seat to the rear of the boat with a 35-pound scuba tank on your back—we carry your gear for you and help you slip it on while you’re seated. Then it’s just one step into the Cayman Caribbean, where abundant marine life awaits your arrival.

At the end of the dive, you hand up your fins and cameras and we help you ascend one of the ladders and remove your gear before you return to your seat. If you have physical limitations or special needs, you may choose to hand up all your gear before climbing the ladder.

Find Us!
Contact Info
  • Stone Oak Scuba
  • 210-267-2027
  • 19141 Stone Oak Pkwy, Suite 403
    San Antonio, 78258