Lying in 60-85 feet of water off the island's northwest shore, this 330-foot Russian ship was intentionally sunk in 1996 and is the Brac's most famous dive, with penetrable sections and myriad fish and other sealife.

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Away Travel Expert: Travis Marshall
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BeachExpert Rating 5.0 out of 5 Recommended for:
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This 330-foot long Russian warship, renamed for a local dive operator, put Cayman Brac firmly onto the international diving map when it was intentionally sunk in 1996. Since then, loads of encrusting corals and sponges have coated the ship's

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Cayman Brac
Cayman Islands

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