Snorkeling----Scuba Diving----Land Tours
Cayman Islands have colorful marine life in its shallow water reefs.
Cayman Brac offer great entry locations on both the North and South shores. Best Snorkeling and dives sites are easy from shore locations.
The barrier reef is protected since the late 1980's where marine life has flourished.
Any tour will result in great sightings of reef fish, large groupers, sting rays, lobsters, eagle rays and turtles.
Our underwater tour guideswill point out different marine life from one inch Christmas Tree Worms and Sea Anemones, to the spectacular colors of Angelfish.
We offer Guided Shore Snorkeling, Discover Scuba Diving, Open Water dives!
We offer Accommodations for two guest
in a private beach Apartment, Private Guide for Shore Snorkeling, Discover Scuba Diving, Open Water Course or Guided shore diving trips daily!
Email: Monte@CaymanSales.com Monte.Thornton@Thornton.ky or Call 345-927-0315
Cayman Brac--where relaxation is a way of life.
Give us a call at 345-927-0315 for your Private Course if one to four people.
The Cayman Islands was an island that time forgot, and has been a British Overseas Territory since its discovery. It is now the 5th largest Financial Centre in the world.
Hedge Funds, banks from all over the globe, insurance companies, and workers travel to live in the Cayman Islands. The weather is stable all year, the scenery beautiful,
the small island community full of sports, arts, theater, and festivals.
Once your Caribbean vacation trave includes the Cayman Islands, you will
want to return for you will have learned why we are so special.
English is the common language and we have our own stable currency.
There are no taxes. No guns. No prejudice. Just great friendly people who want to help each other.
Taxonmey Link Directory
Phylum Proifera - Sponges
Phylum Coelenterata - JellyFish & Coral
Phylum Ctenophora - Comb-Jellies
Phylum Nemertea - Ribbin Worms
Phylum Platyhelminthes - Flatworms
Phylum Rhynchocoela - Proboscis Worms
Phylum Annelida - Segamented Worms
Phylum Mollusk - Shells, Chitons, Squids & Octopus
Phylum Arthropoda - Class Crustracea Crabs & Shrimps
Phylum Echinodermata - Starfish, Urchins & Cucumbers
Phylum Bryozoa - Encrustation coloney
Phylum Chaetognatha - Arrow Worms
Phylum Chordata - Sea Squirts
Phylum Reptilian - Turtles
Phylum Chordata - Animals with notochord, hollow dorsal nerve chord and gill slits.
Class Chondrichthyes - Skates, Rays & Sharks
Class Osteichthyes - Boney Fish (Herborfors)
Class Osteichthyes - Boney Fish Section II
Phylum Cetaceans - Whales & Dolphins
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Information Page About Monte Lee Thornton
Flowers Photography The beauty of Cayman's flowers
Cayman Islands Links
Dive Buddies Photographers
Flowers Photography Gallery
2007 Ghost Pinnacle Underwater Photo Gallery
2007 Wide Angle Underwater Photo Gallery
2007 Up Close Macro Underwater Photo Gallery
2007 Cayman Stayed Photo Gallery
Cayman Pirate ships Photo Gallery
Cayman Brac Photography Gallery
Wildlife Photography Gallery
Assignment Photography Gallery
Eden Rock Underwater Photography Gallery
Sunset House Underwater Photography Gallery
Arm Chair Underwater Photography Gallery
Cayman Brac Photography Gallery
Botanic Park Photography Gallery
Location Photography Gallery
Little Cayman Photography Gallery
Governer's Beach next to The Ritz.
Seven-mile Public Beach Photography Gallery
South Sounds and Smith Cove
Driving around the island Gallery
Bugs up close Photography Gallery
Belize Photography Gallery
Anthony Key Resort Photography Gallery
Anthony Key Diving Photography Gallery
Ocean Club Project Photography Gallery
Jordan Photography Gallery
Egypt Photography Gallery
Egypt Hyrogyphics Photography Gallery
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