I'm sitting on the transom, ready to take the big plunge.
The picture above, of my friend Chris, was taken in an area designated
as Elkhorn Forest. There were many tunnels and swim-throughs in
One of the best known sites in Cayman Brac is the 300
foot wreck of a Russian Destroyer (below). It was brought to Cayman
Brac and scuttled in September of 1996. I am easy to identify
in the photos below - I'm the only one without fins. I also tend
to hold my arms close to my chest.
The picture below shows me and my dive buddies near
the bow of the destroyer. The deck of the destroyer is about 50
feet below the surface.
The picture below is the only one, taken inside the wreck, because
of the, otherwise, insuffient light. That is Max the divemaster,
beside me. I had to haul his sorry butt all through the wreck.
Hey, where did my dive buddies go? Fine, I'll just dive by myself.
Hey look, I can walk.
That's me, Karl, and Davin looking for mermaids.
Here I am showing other divers how to solo.
Those are Max's hands an my ankles. I had to haul his sorry butt
through these rock formations.