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MV Captain Keith Tibbetts, Cayman Brac
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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...  more »
  • We dove this wreck while visiting Cayman Brac Beach resort. Clear, warm water with no current and plenty of reef sharks!