The sinking of the Kittiwake took nearly a decade to become a reality and this wreck dive has now rocketed to the top of ‘must’ lists for divers and snorkelers in the Caribbean.
The 251 foot long vessel was sunk in January 2011 after years of planning, preparation, re-planning, inspections, studies and safety check. Sitting in just 64 feet of water, the vessel is easily viewed from the surface and perfect for both scuba divers and snorkelers. An experience not to be missed!
The wreck could not be safer for divers. The Cayman Islands Tourism Association ensured that the cleaning of the wreck was precise and thorough. With large openings in almost every room all sharp and harmful materials removed, this wreck just begs to be explored.
We limit our dive groups to 8 divers for this wreck for safety and enjoyment. Our staff has spent countless hours exploring the wreck, so let us give you the DNS tour.