Red Sail Sports: Fantastic summer deals!

Now is the time to take advantage of the beautiful seas, white sands and awesome adventures available in the Cayman Islands. Red Sail Sports offers so many options for children and adults, that you’ll be able to do something different every week for the entire summer. 

Red Sail Sports has shops throughout Grand Cayman, so no matter where you are, from Seven Mile Beach to North Side, you’ll have easy access to their services. What makes it even sweeter is Red Sail Sports’ incredible 50 percent discount off all activities for not just locals, but visiting friends and family as well!

All you have to do is show your local ID, and everyone can get the discount. It’s valid for Stingray City trips, sunset sails, watersports, wave runners and even scuba diving!

Discover Scuba Diving

You would think that with the Cayman Islands being a top diving spot in the world, everyone who lives here would be a scuba diver, but it’s not the case. Many have put it on the back burner, maybe thinking that if it’s there all the time, they’ll eventually get around to it. Stop putting it off, because this summer is your chance to dive right in!

One of the best ways to see if scuba diving is for you is to take the Discover Scuba Diving course at Red Sail Sports. It’s only $66 for residents, and that includes instruction, equipment and a one-tank dive. Everything you need, one price, and you can experience the magic of scuba for yourself.

It all begins with a short theory session and an introduction to the equipment, then you’re in the swimming pool to familiarize yourself with breathing underwater. Before you know it, you’ll be ready for your first real dive down to about 40 feet, and you’ll see what the fuss is all about.

It is simply extraordinary – that weightless feeling, swimming among the marine creatures, seeing firsthand how incredibly clear the water is – there is just nothing like it. No two dives are alike, even if you go back to the same site multiple times.

Maybe you’ll see a turtle, or a moray eel. Perhaps an eagle ray will swim by, showing off its beautiful spots, or a lobster will cautiously emerge from its hole in the reef to see if the coast is clear. Whatever you see, it will delight and enchant you, guaranteed. That’s why once someone goes diving for the first time, the odds are very good that they’ll be hooked.

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Sunset, dinner, Friday Happy Hour sails

Look to the horizon and maybe you’ll catch a view of one of Red Sail Sports’ beautiful catamarans. These modern, comfortable vessels are the perfect way to truly appreciate the Caribbean lifestyle, and at a fantastic price.

Tired of the same old happy hour on land? Why not take to the sea? The boat departs from the Westin every Friday evening, stopping to pick up guests from the Grand Cayman Beach Suites before heading out to watch the sun go down from  a new perspective.

Light snacks like chicken wings, veggies and dip are provided, along with a cash bar (cash only) for only $16 for residents. That’s an amazing deal!

You can also book a dinner sail, with a three-course meal served right onboard, or reserve a seat on the free sail from Safehaven Dock to Rum Point to have dinner at the restaurant there. 

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This is one of the most popular trips that Red Sail Sports offers, so you should book a good few days in advance to avoid disappointment. Definitely try to get a space on the large trampoline nets up front on the trip back so you can stargaze to your heart’s content.

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Watersports

Did we mention that it is 50 percent off all watersports activities this summer at Red Sail Sports? Treat everyone to some fun on wave runners, or see what else is on the menu. There is no better time than now to tick things off your bucket list. You live in paradise, and it’s all there for you to explore on your back doorstep.

See redsailcayman.com for more information or call 623-5965.

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