On the northshore of Cayman Brac, the snorkelling in Scotts Jetty is popular for coral and marine life. The jetty rocks provide habitat for small reef sih and the coral colonies.
After a long day of snorkeling at Scotts Jetty, you might want to grab a cool, refreshing drink at the Tipsy Turtle Pub on Cayman Brac.
To reach the Scotts Jetty snorkelling, follow North Shore Road to the Tibetts Square parking lot. The Scotts Jetty snorkel dive site is across the street behind Scotts Development building.
To reach the snorkeling on Cayman Brac Island by air, you will fly into the Owen Roberts International Airport (GCM) on Grand Cayman Island. Then, transfer to the inter-island airline to head to Charles Kirkconnell International Airport (CKIA) on Cayman Brac Island. When departing the Cayman Islands, there is a departure tax of $37.50USD. This tax may be included in the airline ticket, but you will want to verify in advance. The best Cayman Brac snorkeling can be found year-round with typically high-clarity water. There is plentiful marine life with over 500 fish species including sergeant majors, parrotfish, barracuda, horse-eye jacks, moray eels, stingrays, turtles and occasional reef sharks. On Cayman Brac, there are two good dive shops, Dive Tiara Dive Shop and Reef Divers Cayman Brac, that can provide additional leads on snorkeling dive sites, boat tours and snorkel mask sets.
Overall, Scotts Jetty is the 6th most popular snorkel dive spot of all 18 snorkeling dives in Cayman Brac.