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Devil’s Den Spring

Devil’s Den Spring by fletch944t.

Grand Cayman
Diving
Diving
Inert Bomb
You never know...
Diveland park (b)
Irene’s Profile Photo
Irene’s Profile Photo
Irene’s Profile Photo
SCUBA QUIZ: How long does it take to decompose?

SCUBA QUIZ: How long does it take to decompose?

Watching Whales and Dolphins in Dominica!

Watching Whales and Dolphins in Dominica!

Scuba Earth
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fletch944t - 11 hrs ago
Rating Added: 4 I just happened to go to Blue Grotto as a backup because a shark’s tooth dive in Venice got blown out (two days). I called the Gotto on a Thursday morning before Memorial Day weekend and, as luck would have it, they had one pet-friend...
Deanna - 14 hrs ago
7 mil suit meant I needed double the weights but it was chili near 50 depth and glad I had my hood. Normally don’t need it unless I go to the plane. Will wait a month or so before I go again....
Frankenfish - 15 hrs ago
I went scuba diving here on 5/7/2017. Average viz: 11-15ft/3-5m. Water temp: 61-65°F/16-18°C....
Frankenfish - 15 hrs ago
Rating Added: 4 Did my check out dives here in early May. The water was not as cold as you would think. I dived in a 7MM dive suit with out hood or gloves. I plan on going back in July to do some more training....
wgr21 - 1 day ago
I went scuba diving here on 5/27/2017. Average viz: 21-25ft/6-8m. Water temp: 66-70°F/19-21°C....
SpacemanCraig - 1 day ago
Rating Added: 4 Did my dive as a shore dive, but saw several dive boats during my time at the site allowing me to assume it is used often by the local dive companies....