George Town, Grand Cayman Cruises


George Town, Grand Cayman overview

George Town is the capital of the Cayman Islands, and is situated directly on Grand Cayman. Once a center of turtle fishing, the area is now a popular tourist destination. Snorkeling and diving are especially popular, and the opportunity to swim with and feed the giant, graceful stingrays should not be missed. Don't worry--it is said that no one has ever been stung.

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Dolphin Royal Swim and Turtle Farm

Dolphin Royal Swim and Turtle Farm


Dolphin Royal Swim and Turtle Farm This up-close-and-personal Dolphin Royal Swim takes you onto a p...

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Stingray City, Barrier Reef and Starfish Beach

Stingray City, Barrier Reef and Starfish Beach


Stingray City, Barrier Reef and Starfish BeachBoard your motorboat and take a relaxing ride out to S...

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Private Half Day Reef Fishing Charter

Private Half Day Reef Fishing Charter


Private Reef Fishing Charter Excursion Enjoy a half-day reef fishing charter in the abundant reefs...

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Stingray City and One Snorkel Stop

Stingray City and One Snorkel Stop


Stingray City & Coral Gardens Snorkeling TourThe last thing you want on a snorkel dive is an ocean-f...

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9285 George Town, Grand Cayman Port Reviews


by marvelmates

Grand Cayman is beautiful! I hadn't booked any excursion because I wanted a full beach day. We got on a bus right at the port, took us to 7mile beach/Calico Jacks. I believe it was $8 per person. It was Election Day there which they take very seriously so there was no alcohol served on the island. I'm not a big drinker so I didn't mind too much. We had a coconut milk and some Jerk Chicken from a food truck because Calico Jacks wasn't serving food either. We rented 2 chairs and two umbrellas for $5 each. The water is crystal clear and the sand is white. We played in the water and soaked up the sun most of the day. There were guys renting jet skis, and I saw some paddle boarders as well. We left when some of the local vendors got in a dispute about money and the police showed up. We needed to get back to the Ship anyway. We caught the bus back, really enjoyed our beach day! I would love to visit Grand Cayman again.


by charleenacousar

Loved it. We did a $20 tour of the island which included stops at Hell, The Tortuga Rum Cake Factory, Dolphin Discovery and 7 Mile Beach. We then walked over to Margaritaville and had a blast. **Tip** White Hennessey was $40 at the Rum Cake Factory. Cheapest we've ever seen it.


by momcruiser5

Grand Cayman was the main reason we chose this cruise. We had heard the land, people, and water was beautiful and couldn’t wait to see it. We arrived to a very cloudy sky and it started pouring as soon as we got on the tender boat. We had reserved a cabana at Royal Palms with another couple. We all decided to stick it out because it’s vacation! We sat in the cabana surrounded by rain for 2 hours, venturing out a bit when it wasn’t pouring. We finally gave up and as we were just about to exit when the rain stopped and the clouds started parting. So we went back to the cabana and headed for the water! We had so much fun playing in the big waves and laughed so much! Our friend got pretty beat up by the waves so after eating a delicious lunch of sirachi fries, jerk chicken and beans & rice, we went to settle our bill. Because I like to get an idea of what things cost at port, I’ll tell you we had 5 drinks, lunch and the cabana rental and our total was $240 US dollars. It was a bit shocking but I guess that’s ok. Playing in the water was worth it! We went into a few stores at port, bought some rum cake & rum turtles and went back to the ship. Be warned...the sand will stick to you for days and the tender ride back is filled with some colorful intoxicated people. 😉. We had a lot of fun despite the weather. My advice is to just enjoy whatever comes your way! A rainy day in Grand Cayman is better than a sunny day at work!

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