Located in Grand Cayman, the snorkeling in Seven Mile Beach is known for three unique snorkel dive spots. The best Seven Mile Beach snorkeling based on popularity are considered to be Cemetery Reef, USS Kittiwake, and Marriott Beach. For a detailed dive site description and printable snorkel dive map, just select a Seven Mile Beach snorkeling dive below.
North of Georgetown at the north end of Seven Mile Beach, the snorkelling at Cemetery Beach Reef is known for its seclusion, especially relative to the other dive sites around the island. The beach is particularly scenic with its huge Australian pines. This patchy reef has scattered coral heads of average health that have plenty of reef fish and occasional resting nurse sharks or sea turtles.
North of Georgetown and offshore of Cemetary Beach, the snorkelling at USS Kittiwake allows exploring a shallow wreck. The USS Kittiwake was a submarine rescue ship that was intentionally sunk in 2011 to form an artificial reef. It is located will offshore of Seven Mile Beach in 65 foot deep water, but the superstructure comes within 15 feet of the surface.
North of Georgetown at the southern end of Seven Mile Beach, the snorkeling off the Marriott Beach is known for artifical reef formations. There are about 300 artificial reef balls installed out infront of the Marriott Resort that are attracting plenty of marine life. The reef balls were installed by the Reef Ball Foundation.