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Ocean Frontiers

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344 Austin Connoly Drive, East End KY1 1801, Grand Cayman
+1 345-640-7500
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stingray city tour from KAIBO

we were staying in the Kaibo vicinity and wanted a stingray city tour so we contacted ocean... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Nikki B
via mobile
Great and professional

Decided to go for a week by myself, usually goto the West side, but it was too expensive this time... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
via mobile
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Ocean Frontiers Diving Adventures, on the East End of Grand Cayman, offers world class scuba diving, renowned for pristine reefs and breathtaking wall diving, coupled with custom built dive boats awaiting at the end of the dock. Our award winning dive staff offer the perfect combination of 5 star service and fun for your diving vacation. Offering Freedom, Safety and Adventure with full "Dive Valet" service, making gear handling, storing, rinsing and set up hassle free. Enjoy a dive service style you have never experienced before...."The Green short service." Tours available for beginners, intermediate and experienced divers. Tours include: Two-Tank Boat Dives, Night Dives, Wreck Dives, Lionfish Hunt Dives and our famous X-Dive. Ocean Frontiers also offers coral reef snorkel trips and Dawn Stingray Snorkel Trips.
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344 Austin Connoly Drive, East End KY1 1801, Grand Cayman
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

we were staying in the Kaibo vicinity and wanted a stingray city tour so we contacted ocean frontiers. the boat picked us up at the kaibo yacht club at 9:30 on friday morning along with about 11 other people. nice small group versus some of...More

Thank Nikki B
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Decided to go for a week by myself, usually goto the West side, but it was too expensive this time. I found compass point online and it is Great! Every single person was great. Hannah was awesome, Trent, Mike and the rest were amazing. Great...More

Thank arcman033
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

There was so much potential, but it sadly wasn’t realized. The dive boats are nice, but the staff is hit or miss with friendliness. We typically dive the west and north, but decided to try the East end for four days to experience the big...More

Thank texas_traveler750
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Ocean Frontier crew helped us with two excursions - Sting Ray (from Rum Point) and an East End three stop tour. Both were very enjoyable and we're glad we did both. We're really happy we chose Ocean Excursions for a couple reasons: 1. They...More

Thank Adr920
Reviewed 1 week ago

This place is awesome. Great accommodations, great food across the street at Eagle Rays - definitely try the lionfish tacos, and all your dive gear is washed and loaded on the dive boats for you, as well as swapped over between dives. All you do...More

Thank Maria N
Reviewed 1 week ago

Couldn't be any better. Staff is always helpful, patient, and generally amazing. They all know all the dive sites on the East End are really helpful in choosing the best one for your needs. Choose them over other Dive Shops

Thank Daniel G
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

New boats and awesome staff. Relaxing dives with highly skilled staff who want you to have a great experience. Wouldn’t dive with any other operator

Thank Suelsmith
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

I have been diving in Grand Cayman for over 15 years. Most of those dives with Ocean Frontiers! Great dive masters, great equipment (they have a new unique and more customer friendly dive boat) and always accommodating. They are great with all levels of diving...More

Thank arbinnc
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We took a group of four on a two tank dive this past week, and a group of seven to the Dawn Stingray Trip yesterday. This was my first time diving from a boat and only second time diving in ocean water. The other party...More

Thank Jacquelyn T
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Great organization, true experts with amazing dive masters. Offering classes to continue developing your skills. The 3 Tank Safari is a must!

Thank Sean S
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Melissa Z
20 March 2017|
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Response from fairytalesinmotion | Reviewed this property |
Hi, While I do not have a young diver I will tell you that Ocean Frontier is the best. They are safety conscious and will work with you to get the best possible outcome. I have been diving in Grand Cayman for over 20 years... More
31 August 2016|
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Response from Kkduggan | Reviewed this property |
Yes, the Morritts is very close - about a ten minute drive. You will need reservations as they do book up. I recommend contacting them in advance. Thrill seekers will enjoy seeing sharks. Night diving and swim throughs are... More
18 September 2015|
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Response from B R | Reviewed this property |
Walk ins are welcome if there's room, but I wouldn't risk it. There aren't a lot of choices on the East End for dive operators so definitely best to book in advance.