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Ocean Frontiers Diving & Snorkeling Adventures in the Cayman Islands


Covid 19   Travel  - Stay – Dive

The Cayman Islands are now in Phase 6 (8th April 2022) of the re-opening with minimal protocols for vaccinated travelers and their children.  

We do have a few protocols, doesn’t everyone, to enjoy your dive vacation on the island, so please ensure you have checked them out. 

For the latest official updates and mandatory requirements, click HERE.  

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With all that done, your Ocean Frontiers family is thrilled to welcome you back to Cayman.  

See you soon, Paradise awaits! 


Cayman Islands COVID-19 Guidelines for Scuba Diving (Outdoors)


At all times for all parties involved (Staff and Guests)

  • Wear face coverings whenever indoors
  • Sanitize/wash hands frequently
  • Practice social distancing & avoid congregating whenever possible
  • If feeling unwell, refrain from participating in social activities
  • Public transport/courtesy shuttles are allowed but are subjected to Public Transport Guidelines


Pre-Activity preparation

  • Where possible, administrative duties conducted digitally (waivers, cert cards, payment)
  • All equipment and areas to be disinfected before use
  • Face coverings must be worn inside the dive shop
  • Walk-ins are encouraged to cleanse hands before moving to dive (e.g. soap and water or hand sanitizers based on layout of operation)


Onboard Dive Vessels

  • Disinfect high points of contact frequently/between dives
  • Avoid cross-contamination of individual dive gear 
  • No communal rinse buckets onboard for masks (not applicable for general gear)
  • No spitting in masks or for any other reason (use of defogging products instead)
  • No shared food services on board; any food must be individually packaged


Post-Activity practices

  • Disinfect all equipment and areas 
  • Maintain a detailed log of cleaning and disinfection protocols


Scuba Gear:

  • All dive and snorkel gear will be soaked in a bleach-based disinfectant solution or its equivalent, then rinsed with fresh water (please refer to Divers Alert Network [DAN] for disinfection standards)
  • Rental gear must not be reused the same day and disinfected following approved protocols.