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Stephen Broadbelt

Stephen Broadbelt - Ocean Frontiers Dive Shop
Co-founder and Partner, Steve has lived in the Cayman Islands since 1992 and logged over 5000 dives, just on Grand Cayman's East End! Steve has spearheaded the Mooring Buoy Installation program for the East End of Grand Cayman and The Shark Awareness Project. He focuses most of his time on marketing the business and further developing the property and what's next.  When he's not stuck in the office, he loves to get out and help rid the Cayman reefs of the invasive Lionfish. 
  • Tell us what you did in a former life?

I've been a Dive Master since 18 and an Instructor since 20 years old- So not much before that other than school and working on construction sites.

  • What other places have you worked in the world?

Only Worked in the UK and Cayman. Tried to work in the US before I came to Cayman, but for some reason they wouldn't let me? Traveled to many dive destinations over the years: Hawaii, French Polynesia, Belize, Bahamas, Cozumel, Jamaica, Roatan, Turks & Caicos.....

  • What is your favorite marine life?

Sharp Nose Puffer

  • What is your favorite Cayman dive site?

Kangaroo Gorge & Roger's Reef

  • What do you love most about the East End?

The best of both worlds - a true sleepy Caribbean Village, but only a short drive away from the cosmopolitan West side for good restaurants and entertainment.

  • Tell us a random fact about yourself?

I only planned to be in Cayman for 1 year and then return to college in the UK - 29 years later I'm still here, married to a beautiful island girl and now have two children that will hopefully take over the business one day - Never going back, sorry Mum!

  • What would you be doing if you weren't working at Ocean Frontiers & Compass Point?

Photographer & Writer, publishing travel guide books OR designing and building Green / Zero Carbon buildings.

  • What is your Super Power?

The ability to put my daughters to sleep in less than 10 minutes.