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On February 2nd, Rainbow Reef splashed just north of Molasses Reef to see what kind of junk/treasure we could find. We had 14 divers combing over the area between Sand Island and Molasses Reef. The divers stayed down for over an hour and we managed to bring up well over 200 pounds of marine debris! Our most useful find was a brand new Atomic titanium knife.
On Sunday 1st March 2015 the staff of Divers Down in Grand Cayman were joined by 10 volunteers in conducting a 2-tank clean-up dive trip. The 2 dives were done on sites in the George Town area that are not only popular with SCUBA divers, but also extremely popular with snorkel excursions from the Cruise ships due to their close proximity to the port.
Using equipment supplied by Divers Down and collection bags supplied by Project AWARE we embarked on our debris collection dives, arriving firstly at Cheeseburger Reef and then moving to the Wreck of the Cali for the second dive.