Day 1 - Grand Cayman
Start your adventure at Grand Cayman, the largest of the three islands and the main center of activity. Once you arrive, make your way around town shopping at the local markets, enjoying the local eateries, and even stop by the Ritz-Carlton for a sip of your favorite beverage. Once the sun sets, the party begins at many of the night clubs. Dance the night away!
Day 2 - Seven Mile BeachAfter traveling overnight, take in the scenery at Seven Mile Beach while you delight in breakfast on the aft deck. With more than 40 sites within minutes of the yacht, diving and snorkeling is a perfect choice of activity. Swim over Stingray City to experience the beautiful coral gardens of the North Sound. The stingrays found here have been fed by locals and visitors alike for more than 20 years and often approach for a snack from generous guests. Onshore, stop by the Cayman Islands Turtle Farm on Boatswain’s Beach. View the giant green sea turtles, interact with friendly creatures in the touch tank, or grab your snorkel gear to swim in the lagoon.
Day 3 - Cayman Brac
Just 85 miles away lays Cayman Brac. Here you can explore more spectacular diving spots or find your own hidden beach to relax. Pull out the toys for some fun and adventure out on the water. Enjoy dinner prepared just for you and your guest by the chef on board. Don’t miss the sparkling sky filled with stars.
Day 4 - Little Cayman
If diving or snorkeling is what you enjoy, then make your way to Bloody Bay Wall. In the crystal-clear waters at the more than 50 dive sites, you will be entranced with the underwater world including a vertical drop of 6,000 feet! If you feel like venturing on shore, keep an eye out for the indigenous creatures, the iguana. With a population of more than 2,000, it won’t take you long to spot one. Grab some fruit, hop on a bike, and make your way to feed them by hand. Although they can grow to be more than three feet long, this local species is not dangerous.
Day 5 - North Wall
Off the North Sound, the largest protected saltwater lagoon in the world, you will find the North Wall. Take advantage of these calm waters and partake in your favorite water activities including jet skiing, wakesurfing, tubing, snorkeling, and more.
Day 6 - George Town
George Town is the perfect location for any fishing enthusiast as this is home to incredible deep-sea fishing adventures. Many enjoy taking a trip out to the 12 Mile Bank to take their shot at hooking wahoo, dorado, tuna, and marlin. Head to Rum Point on the eastern side of the island where you can stop for a snack at one of the many Jerk shops along the way. Indulge in authentic Caribbean dishes or sip on the famous “mudslide” cocktail.
Day 7 - George Town
Spend your final hours soaking up the last bit of sun by laying on the beach as your crew serves your favorite beverage, or head out for more fishing and diving. Taking in the sights of this tropical paradise will give you memories for a lifetime.