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MV Captain Keith Tibbetts, Cayman Brac
Categories: Historic Sites, Mysterious Sites, Tourist Spots
Head beneath the water and find MV Captain Keith Tibbetts, a ) 100 m (330 ft) Russian frigate, which sunk during 1996. Sponges and corals have begun to take over the wreck and have provided a habitat for the local marine life. Discover the residents who call the wreck home, including a large Jew fish and a large green moray eel. The wreck sits in shallow waters, giving it a high level of visibility. Take your waterproof camera for some excellent underwater pictures. Put MV Captain Keith Tibbetts on your schedule, and learn what else deserves a visit by using our Cayman Brac trip itinerary maker.
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Excellent dive with with the bottom about 85 feet and the radar tower above 30 feet. Dove this wreck with the awesome dive masters from Reef Divers.
After having studied the Soviet Navy, a dive on a real Russian Frigate was quite a treat! Most of the ship was there, with much life on it. I thought the swim-throughs looked a little tight for no wet... read more »
We dove this wreck while visiting Cayman Brac Beach resort. Clear, warm water with no current and plenty of reef sharks!
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