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Jordi Reig '21

Jordi Reig '21
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Day 7

It's was hard to believe it was the last day of the trip. It's cliche to say it was bittersweet but I was sad for it to be are last day here while also glad to be able to go home. Our first dive was at a cite called Trinity caves, Both are dives where pretty shallow only reaching...

Day 6

Today's dives consisted of two ship wreck dives which I was very excited for. Our first shipwreck was the USS Kittiwake, the Kittiwake was a former submarine rescue vessel that was in commission for 49 years from 1945 to 1994. Some famous feats of the boat include recovering the flight recordings from Challenger Space Shuttle's blackbox and intercepting Buzz...

Day 5

The day started with our first dive being at a sight called little tunnel, the previous sight from yesterday's dive that had the large "towers" made of corral with caverns was named big tunnels and as the name implied this site was similar but with smaller with smaller caverns and at not as great a depth. As we descended...

Day 4

Are early morning started with our first dive being a good ways from the resort. When we arrived at the site Lee, our dive master drew up what the terrain below would look like on a small black board as he would usually do before every dive. The reef below was like a series of towers with canyons and...

Day 3

Another early morning for us started out with our dive site being a good ways from the resort which was nice as we got to see some of the rest of the islands shores. The west side of the island in which we have mainly occupied for the most part has very rocky shores that also consist of tide...

Day 2

An early 6:30 am breakfast got us ready for the two dives ahead of us. Before we boarded the boat we where briefed on the basic rules and regulations, then allowed to grab our gear from the drying shack and head down to our boat, the Twin Sister. Once on the boat we where greeted by our two dive...

Day 1

After two brief flights we arrived in the Grand Cayman, When we arrived to the Cobalt Coast Resort we were given the immediate opportunity to snorkel right off the dock that extended from the resort well into the water. The water was much warmer than I had even anticipated and swimming in such warm water was a completely new...