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. This bluff is pictured on the $1 bill of the Cayman Islands.
Cayman Brac Resort
Not too little. Not too big. Cayman Brac is just right for world-class diving on beautiful reefs, the MV Captain Keith Tibbetts' wreck, and Bloody Bay Wall off Little Cayman, which is just a short boat ride away. Reef Divers takes care of the heavy work while you just relax and enjoy your vacation. Explore the islands' caves, hiking trails, and the Bluff when not diving. Chef Gregory's cuisine, is unequaled even for guests with special dietary needs.
The reefs and dive sites around Cayman Brac are largely very healthy with abundant marine life due to the islands' population and relatively small number of diver visitors each year. Its sites include sheer walls, nice swim-throughs, beautiful reefs, and two wrecks to explore - all taking place in seas with minimal currents and unlimited visibility.
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