Yes our company name is Sail Cayman and yes we have two beautifully kept and cared for yachts and yes the word sailing certainly invokes a dreamy vision of cruising clear blue waters with fresh ocean breezes in your hair.
But what if you like speed, what if you like to get where you are going fast? No problem, once again Sail Cayman steps up to the plate, this time with two power boats ideal for charters to Stingray City, Coral Gardens snorkeling, Starfish Beach, the Mini Sandbar, Rum Point or Kaibo. Lazy Daz offers shade, speed and space and the very yellow and very bright RIB offers speed, adventure and a lot of fun. Sail Cayman even offers reef fishing sessions on Lazy Daz where we provide tackle and bait.
Now we’ve reached your destination of choice super fast on Lazy Daz or the RIB, your Captain hand out complimentary masks and fins and before you enter our beautiful clear water remember to please not touch or kick the reef as we’d like it to be here and healthy when your grand children comes to visit and go on a charter with our grand children!
Now let’s take a look at what can you expect to see
Purple Seafans, always grow perpendicular to the current and prefers quite shallow water where they get lots of sunlight. Please please please resist the temptation to take one home! We love our seafans and we think they add just the right amount of purple to our Caribbean Seas!
A pair of butterfly fish, they mate for life and always cruise the reef as a couple searching for the next meal. Here Orneil captured them above a healthy head of star coral.
Sea Urchins, lovely to look at, in fact fascinating to look at but NOT to hold and also preferred on the reef and not a sushi roll please! Now if you ever end up with some urchin in your foot or hand, don’t panic, simply immerse the affected area in hot water, as hot s you can handle it. The heat will relieve the pain and speed up the process of the broken spines coming back out.
A Flounder and two butterfly fish cruise the sandy flats. Perfectly camouflaged the flounder is the underwater version of a chameleon.
Nice shot Orneil! Pink tipped anemone…we challenge you to say that fast 10 times over! Look closely inside these anemones for the golden crowned blenny, a tiny little fish with a gorgeous crown of gold on it’s head and a symbiotic relationship with their host anemones.
We hope you enjoyed our Sail Cayman underwater trip! And as they say here in Cayman; “More soon come!”