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I've looked at info about Swan Island, which until last year I didn't know that it existed.
Swan is a ways below the Caymans and looks that they are not currently much of any inhabitants. Swan used to be a military post, but it has fizzled out. I saw a picture of what looks like a beach but upon research there doesn't appear to be much of anything other than rock or old coral cliffs similar to the bluff on the Brac. There was a liveaboard reported to maybe go there, but I heard that the seas are quite rough year around. Now you know everything that I've learned so far about the Swan Islands.
Did you ever go to Swan Island. Just curious because it looks like I might be headed there next year...
DandyDon is right, but I gotta ask...
How do you plan on getting there and how you going to dive?
It's a good thing to do, but when I last looked, no dive op infrastructure whatsoever. I did it aboard a small ship (aka a large boat)
P.S.- It's alive!
Could this be a revival of the oldest previously considered dead thread? Where do you report-in with this kind of three year old stuff?
Doc AdelmanPADI way before there was numbers
â€‹............This is weird -> u/w micro pix ....................... SeaDrops Plutonium:Refined from glistening beads of perspiration gently blotted from the downy
naked inner thighs of our private stable of free-range virginSwedish Divemistresses. ..........................................(Demand it at your SCUBA retailer and pay the highest price~ this alone ensures it's better mask defogger than toothpaste)