When planning your dive vacation there are many things to consider and you will probably have a few questions. Here are some helpful hints and tips to help make your dive vacation a memorable experience.
To get the most out of your diving experience, it is important to keep your body well hydrated as dehydration can often be a cause for decompression sickness.
Under PADI rules and regulations, divers must leave at least 12 hours surface time before flying after a single dive. Divers who have completed multiple dives must wait at least 18 hours surface time before flying.
However Red Sail Sports will always recommend you leave at least 24 hours after your last dive before flying, to help avoid decompression sickness.
The water temperature in the Cayman Islands is almost constant all year round, and only varies by a few degrees between winter and summer. There is also only 1-2 degrees difference in water temperature between 60ft and 100ft, making Grand Cayman a year-round diving hotspot.
From July through October it is possible to dive with no wetsuit due to the water temperature being in the mid 80s. For the remaining months, Red Sails Sports recommend wearing a 3mm shortie wetsuit as the water temperatures are in the high 70s.
Water visibility on Grand Cayman is excellent averaging 80 to 120 year round. Generally the waters are free of harsh currents.
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