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    ccr support in LITTLE Cayman

    hi guys,

    does anybody know about ccr support in Little Cayman?
    i found nothing on this site nor anywhere on the web.

    regards, fred

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    Re: ccr support in LITTLE Cayman

    There isn't any unless you bring it. No sorb, bottles or boosted O2 there. Also I've been told CITA does not approve of tech diving on the sister islands, only on Grand Cayman.

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    Re: ccr support in LITTLE Cayman

    and the reasoning for that is? Just curious...

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    So. that means if we get in the water that would be a violation of government rules concerning diving activities on little cayman. Are ccr divers allowed aboard diving boats at all? That's bad, because I would love to dive bloody bay wall. I have read that diving bbw from the shore van be very tricky because of corals. Is that so? Cayman explores liveaboard does not allow ccr diving. Anyway, is there a boat or barge connection between grand and little cayman? Regards, fred

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    Re: ccr support in LITTLE Cayman

    Tied it in 2015 Little Cayman Beach Resort said they O2, had Dive Teck's in Grand Cayman ship sorb. Got there found that they had an O2 tank, no gages no transfer hose, no boster. Did have permission to dive recreation from the boat. Dive Teck's offer to send what I needed but to big a hassle and cost so wound up OC. Hoping things change over time.

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    Re: ccr support in LITTLE Cayman

    Let me rephrase - Technical diving (which includes rebreather diving) is allowed in the Cayman Islands provided the diving facility meet certain criteria. CITA requires they must have a technical DM or tech instructor, insured and certified to the level of the diving being conducted. So basically a CCR instructor on the boat. To my knowledge there isn't one on the sister islands.

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    Re: ccr support in LITTLE Cayman

    Quote Originally Posted by carlosfredericobastos  View Original Post
    hi guys,

    does anybody know about ccr support in Little Cayman?
    i found nothing on this site nor anywhere on the web.

    regards, fred
    Old thread, but as mentioned above, use Dive Tech on Grand Cayman. Ask for Jo, Drew, Mark or Steve. If they can't do it, they will know who can.

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