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Ocean Frontiers

#2 of 10 things to do in East End Features Animals
344 Austin Connoly Drive, East End KY1 1801, Grand Cayman
+1 345-640-7500
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Tried Something Different from the West Bay

Ocean Frontiers is on the East End of the island. We were referred to them by a friend who... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
Mark A
Olathe, Kansas, United States
Dive Vacation

Great diving with the best crews on the island! We saw everything from sharks to turtles and went... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
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Ocean Frontiers Diving Adventures, on the East End of Grand Cayman, offers world class scuba diving, renowned for pristine reefs and breathtaking wall diving, coupled with custom built dive boats awaiting at the end of the dock. Our award winning dive staff offer the perfect combination of 5 star service and fun for your diving vacation. Offering Freedom, Safety and Adventure with full "Dive Valet" service, making gear handling, storing, rinsing and set up hassle free. Enjoy a dive service style you have never experienced before...."The Green short service." Tours available for beginners, intermediate and experienced divers. Tours include: Two-Tank Boat Dives, Night Dives, Wreck Dives, Lionfish Hunt Dives and our famous X-Dive. Ocean Frontiers also offers coral reef snorkel trips and Dawn Stingray Snorkel Trips.
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  • Very good6%
  • Average1%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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Hours Today: 07:00 - 18:00
Suggested Duration: More than 3 hours
344 Austin Connoly Drive, East End KY1 1801, Grand Cayman
+1 345-640-7500
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Ocean Frontiers is on the East End of the island. We were referred to them by a friend who suggested we try something different than the usual West Bay diving. The staff and crew were friendly, knowledgeable, and helpful. We saw different reef structures and...More

Thank Mark A
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Great diving with the best crews on the island! We saw everything from sharks to turtles and went to the best dive sight on the east end of the island!

Thank keithsdiving
Reviewed 1 week ago

I was able to do a refresher course with Ocean Frontiers, and it was excellent. We went over a few skills in the pool and then hopped on a boat and did a shallow reef dive. It was a perfect dive for me since it...More

Thank AudraL7
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We did 4 days in a row of two tank morning dives with Ocean Frontiers and got in 8 separate sites. They are great and keep track of who's on and where you've been so even while the wind was blowing hard and we had...More

Thank Natandjaan
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Excellent Dive Operations. We have used Ocean Frontiers for the last twenty (20+). The management & crew are 10++

Thank Hawkeye128
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We took two snorkeling trips in East End and they both were great. The boat had plenty of room and the crew offered us towels! We also forgot our equipment on the boat and all our stuff was safely delivered to the resort. They also...More

Thank vnayer
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We found this dive operation before we made our way down to Grand Cayman, and it didn't disappoint. I booked a two tank dive, the X dive, the USS Kittiwake and the sunrise stingray city trip. We actually did an additional two tank dive while...More

Thank AmeEurAus
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We did the "discover scuba" training class and dive with a follow-up two tank dive. The training team was great and very patient with us as we worked through the skills in the pool. The initial dive was great while we got some time in...More

Thank Winterhill58
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

I spent a week diving with Ocean Frontiers and staying at their Compass Point Resort. Their diving operation and staff are outstanding. They are very safety oriented yet reasonable in interpretation and adjustment to conditions. Jeromy, Olivia, James, and Simon are outstanding dive masters and...More

Thank Rob O
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

I first dove with OF back in 2010 and had a fantastic experience. It took me seven years to get back, but it was worth the wait! Did three AM two-tank dives and a night dive. Never did a repeat site. In fact, in 11...More

Thank Rich F
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Melissa Z
Has anyone dove at Ocean Fronteirs with a child who has a PADI Junior Open Water Certification? He is 11 and has dove in Mexico however, we are wondering if the quality of the dive is the same given the restrictions on depth?
20 March 2017|
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Response from fairytalesinmotion | Reviewed this property |
Hi, While I do not have a young diver I will tell you that Ocean Frontier is the best. They are safety conscious and will work with you to get the best possible outcome. I have been diving in Grand Cayman for over 20 years... More
Staying at Morritts tortuga. Is this close? Diving end of OCtober, do we need reservation. Traveling with thrill seekers! What kinds of creatures did you encounter?
31 August 2016|
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Response from Kkduggan | Reviewed this property |
Yes, the Morritts is very close - about a ten minute drive. You will need reservations as they do book up. I recommend contacting them in advance. Thrill seekers will enjoy seeing sharks. Night diving and swim throughs are... More
My husband will be visiting next February, 2016 east end of the island. Is it typically very busy that time of year. Is in necessary to book diving in advance or are walk ins welcome. Thanks for info!
18 September 2015|
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Response from B R | Reviewed this property |
Walk ins are welcome if there's room, but I wouldn't risk it. There aren't a lot of choices on the East End for dive operators so definitely best to book in advance.