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Plan Your Journey

Enjoy the freedom of boating on your own and exploring the beautiful sites that Grand Cayman has to offer. If you need assistance when planning your journey, do not hesitate to ask a representative prior to departure. If you wish to hire a Captain to experience a guided tour that is also available by the hour.

Stingray City
Stingray City
(Recommended Sites)
No
Restroom
No
Food and beverage
Yes
Anchoring

One of the most famous attractions that is considered a “must­do”! Located in the North  Sound area of Grand Cayman, Stingray “City” is home to approximately 90 Southern Stingrays.  These wild, gentle and graceful creatures roam free in the North Sound, a 35 square mile area of ocean protected by 
the reef. Scuba divers visit the deeper area, whereas the shallow sandbar is the hot spot for those coming by boat or  jet ski where the water is just 2­-4ft deep!  
Kaibo Restaurant, Beach Bar & Marina
Kaibo Restaurant, Beach Bar & Marina
(Recommended Sites)
Yes
Restroom
Yes
Food and beverage
Yes
Docking

A great location for boaters to pull up, dock and grab a bite to eat. Kaibo offers a genuine thatched bar shaded by coconut palms, cabanas and overhead sails. The upstairs restaurant offers modern cuisine in a more elegant atmosphere reserved for evening dining, while the downstairs beach setting has all­day and evening dining offering a more casual menu with an island flare. The new pizza oven offers a real treat and -- for those who arrive early in the morning - the latest addition of 'Espresso' cafe will be delighted by the selection of fresh pastries and quality coffee and tea.

Starfish point
Starfish point
(Recommended Sites)
No
Restroom
No
Food and beverage
Yes
Anchoring

A beautiful setting at the tip of Cayman Kai. The sea here is calm and shallow. There are some shade and  fun spots for kids to explore and, as expected, you will find lots of starfish! When pulling up by boat you can come  close to the beach and drop anchor in the shallow waters allowing guests to jump into the water and walk ashore.  Guests love to photograph the starfish and it’s a great spot for a picnic if you have packed lunch for the boat­ride.  Otherwise – it’s a lovely stop after grabbing a bite to eat at Kaibo!