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Sea Trek Grand Cayman

Hamerheads, North Church St., George Town 11508, Grand Cayman
+1 345-926-0008
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First time to Snuba!

We had a great time with Bree, our “Kiwi” instructor. She took the time to detail the safety... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Christy A
Davenport, Iowa
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Sea Trek a Carnival Breeze offering

This was so much fun. You climb a ladder down 28 feet. They teach you all the safety stuff you... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Candy B
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Sea Trek Cayman ‘Coral Canyons’Now you can explore the underwater world with no prior dive knowledge or experience. Swimming skills are not required and you can even wear prescription glasses. Sea Trek is a zero gravity stroll underwater amongst colossal towering reef systems with thousands of tropical fish, turtles rays and more! We utilize the specially designed ‘Sea Trek’ underwater helmet. The tour is exiting educational and interactive, perfect for the entire family.
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“ocean floor” (35 reviews)
“helmet dive” (19 reviews)
“fish food” (11 reviews)
Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
Hamerheads, North Church St., George Town 11508, Grand Cayman
+1 345-926-0008

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We had a great time with Bree, our “Kiwi” instructor. She took the time to detail the safety process for these two “50-something” beginners. It’s slow season so we had her all to ourselves. Up front I explained that I could swim but unlike my...More

Thank Christy A
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This was so much fun. You climb a ladder down 28 feet. They teach you all the safety stuff you need to know. You see all kinds of fish and coral and the instructors even put on a little show. This is the most awesome...More

Thank Candy B
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is a must do! My husband and I were on our honeymoon and wanted to do something fun that we have never done. Sea trek did not disappoint! We didn't want to get off the sea floor. The staff was very helpful and very...More

1  Thank Alyssa K
Reviewed 13 August 2017

Richard W. this was a very awesome experience. the only part where I was a little nervous was going down the ladder and having to stop to equalize your ears every few steps, but once on the bottom it was the most amazing experience. if...More

1  Thank Rick W
Reviewed 17 July 2017

When we were planning excursions for our cruise, my wife and I were a little reluctant to book the Sea Trek experience simply because it only lasted about 30 minutes. Turns out that is a NON-ISSUE. The experience is so fascinating that you don’t really...More

2  Thank dubyac1
Reviewed 10 July 2017

Located just a hundred feet left of the cruise docks... right on the beach. Sea Trek operates a top-notch operation. You enter the water in small groups accompanied by an instructor. You breathe air provided by a regulator and hose attached to a raft. And...More

Thank Mark R
Crazy_ohio_diver, Manager at Sea Trek Grand Cayman, responded to this reviewResponded 12 July 2017

Hey Mark Thanks for the awesome review, however this sounds like it is for our Shipwreck SNUBA tour. If you wouldn't mind writing a review on the SNUBA TripAdvisor page as well, that would be great! Just look up SNUBA Grand Cayman. Thanks!

Reviewed 20 June 2017

Took my 9 year old on his first snuba trip- this was his favorite excursion. Our guide, Fidel was funny- he was really sweet to my kid. We got to see a shipwreck, a reef- 6ft tarpon, we will definitely be back!

Thank Spacegrass78
Reviewed 12 June 2017 via mobile

I was hesitant to do the sea trek excursion because I cannot swim. No swimming-biggest challenge was adjusting to the pressure changes during descent down the ladder. All staff were extremely helpful and knowledgeable the whole time. Once we reached the ocean floor it was...More

Thank daintyladytoshe
Reviewed 9 May 2017

We were taken by boat to the launch from which we would get into the water. There was a thorough safety briefing after which we got on the ladder to go down and had the helmets placed on us. The helmets weigh 75 pounds but...More

Thank Jim E
Reviewed 9 May 2017

This was an incredible experience. I had done a similar helmet dive in Cozumel but this was by far a much greater experience. Just the depth to which we went down made it all that much more fun. My wife has fears related to being...More

Thank jackmartin779
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Response from Tim T | Reviewed this property |
Apologies, I don't check my Trip Advisor page often and I wish I would have been able to answer your question a lot sooner. From my recollection, we really enjoyed the Snuba excursion. It was very light impact and not very... More
18 January 2016|
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Response from Ycamyw | Reviewed this property |
There were people on our tour who came from a cruise ship but did not book through the cruise line. You will need to book early