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CASCABEL CHARTERS

The element that defines the Cayman Islands is water.

Whether it is the cobalt blue of the crystal clear sea off the famous Seven Mile Beach, the shallow water in North Sound lagoon or the open ocean, water is the life blood of the Cayman Islands.

Cascabel Charters operates “Cascabel” a Pursuit OS345 for inshore and offshore charters. Cascabel is 36ft overall and is well equipped with an air conditioned cabin with a private head and shower. The boat is designed to cater for both comfortable cruising and hard core offshore fishing.

Cascabel is Caymanian owned and run. The certified skipper is Cameron Walters. Cameron was born in the Cayman Islands and has logged 100s of hours on and in the water in Grand Cayman and the Sister Islands, Little Cayman and Cayman Brac.

Cameron is a PADI Dive Master and NAUI Master Diver and has dived extensively in the Cayman Islands. He has also dived off live aboard boats in the British Virgin Islands and in the Bahamas where he was involved in a project researching sharks at Tiger Beach.

The marine environment is Cameron’s passion and is he knowledgeable about the reefs and sea life in the Cayman Islands. He is also an avid angler and has fished extensively in the Cayman Islands both inshore an offshore as well as in Florida, Costa Rica and Bermuda.

Whether you are a tourist on vacation in the Cayman Islands or a local resident, Cascabel can offer you a tailored experience. 

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Cascabel can accommodate you and a party of up to 10 people.

For availability and rates please contact Cameron at captcameron@cascabel.ky or telephone on 1345 326 3700.

Generally, pick up and drop off will be from the marina in Camana Bay or the Cayman Islands Yacht Club.

Trips, especially offshore, will be weather dependent.

Cascabel Charters is the trading name of Cascabel Ltd which is a limited liability company incorporated in the Cayman Islands. Cascabel Ltd is insured, a member of the Cayman Islands Chamber of Commerce and Cascabel is registered with and inspected by the Cayman Islands Port Authority.