Small and intimate with a laid back atmosphere, Cobalt Coast Resort combines the friendly simplicity of ‘island life’ with modern facilities.
Boasting spectacular views of the Caribbean Sea, the resort is located on the north west shore in a tranquil setting with easy access to the North Wall and its outstanding dive sites. The 24 guestrooms, suites and villas are spacious, feature air-conditioning, en-suite bathrooms and cable TV. There is a restaurant and swimming pool as well as complimentary WiFi internet access.
Reef Divers Cobalt Coast
This professional on-site dive centre is both PADI and SSI affiliated offering an outstanding valet diving service. Daily boat dives are offered from their fleet of custom built boats (Newtons) to the north wall and west side. Shore diving and snorkelling packages are available.
Enjoy the best of Grand Cayman's dive sites from here as you head out on a two-tank guided dive each morning. Expect to dive along sheer walls and colourful reefs with an abundance of marein life including the local resident turtles.
It’s possible to snorkel and dive the Kittiwake, a submarine rescue vessel scuttled in 2011 to create an artificial reef, from here.
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Cobalt Coast and Dive Tech offer comfort to divers both above and under the water. Whether you are taking your first steps into technical diving, or furthering your skills, you can expect a week of exceptional diving.
When to go: Nov-Jun
Duration inc. flights: 9 days
Price inc. flights: From £2,295 pp
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Grand Cayman is the largest of the three islands and home to the capital, George Town. Ideal for divers and snorkellers, the island is known for its coral reefs and underwater walls, as well as a number of shipwrecks, plus stingrays and turtles galore.
Ideal for viewing: southern stingray, spotted eagle ray, white-tip reef shark, Atlantic tarpon, green turtle
Excellent for: Liveaboard diving, Resort based diving, Family diving, Technical diving, Underwater photography, Wreck diving