For this weeks island webcam I want to do Grand Cayman. This tiny pristine island south of Cuba experienced some shaking this week from a small earthquake that happened in the Cayman Trench. No damage and no injuries were reported.

Any time the ground moves it’s cause for concern, but especially so with what just happened a little over a week ago in Haiti. So I wanted to show you that Grand Cayman is clicking on all cylinders and it’s business as usual in beautiful George Town.

This webcam comes from CML in George Town.  The webcam is located towards the north of George Town on Harbour Drive and faces west over the Caribbean Sea. The image refreshes automatically every 30 seconds. In the background you will normally see some of the many cruise ships that visit Grand Cayman on a daily basis, carrying up to 5,000 passengers and crew. As cruise ships are far too big to berth in George Town, passengers are brought ashore in smaller vessels known as “tenders” (which can often be seen moored in the background). In the morning, cruise ship passengers will be seen ambling left to right past the webcam as they make their way towards Seven Mile Beach and the other attractions to the north of George Town.

Over and out from somewhere south,

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By |2016-12-27T07:56:02-05:00January 24th, 2010|Cayman Islands, Island Webcams|3 Comments

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  1. Grand cayman island February 4, 2010 at 3:56 am

    In the Cayman Islands there’s a good chance you’ll run out of time before you run out of things to see and do. One of the best ways to experience the true nature of our islands is by taking a tour. No matter whether your idea of fun is hiking Grand Cayman’s rugged Mastic Trail, the Brac’s Parrot Reserve Nature Trail, taking a walking tour of our historic sites, wall diving, getting up close and personal with sea turtles, galloping across our white sands on horseback, kayaking our mangrove coast, or diving deep beneath the ocean in a submarine – you are certain to leave exhilarated, dreaming of your next return.

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    RumShopRyan February 5, 2010 at 2:15 pm

    Thank you for the comment. You have a lot of great tips for Cayman visitors. On a different note…I tried some Caybrew for the first time last week. Great stuff. Cheers!

  3. Spencer Nagle March 3, 2010 at 11:21 am

    Snorkeling at George town is really great. Snorkeling at Seven Mile beach is also great. You can see all types of fish at the reef which is close to shore!

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