Cayman Dive: 8
Site: Bonnie’s Arch, Grand Cayman
Avg/Max Depth: 43/69
Buddies: Nick, Curtis
I remember absolutely nothing about this dive, so I’m just going to quote Curtis:
Bonnie’s Arch was the last dive of our trip. It’s right on the northwest point making it a rare stop for most dive shops because the current can really get ripping. Jenny did the first half of the dive with us to make sure it was safe. The site is aptly named for the big arch at 70 feet right below the mooring line.
After the arch we followed a small wall heading north. It was maybe the most colorful dive of the trip. The sun was bright, and rarely seeing divers, the reef was in great shape. We didn’t see any big stuff but the reef itself was pleasant to take in. After 19 minutes we headed back to the anchor line. At first we had to buck the current a bit but the closer we got to the boat the easier it was.
This was a nice dive to end the trip but it’s too bad we’re done. Can’t wait until next time…