Plan Your Journey

Enjoy the freedom of boating on your own and exploring the beautiful sites that Grand Cayman has to offer. If you need assistance when planning your journey, do not hesitate to ask a representative prior to departure. If you wish to hire a Captain to experience a guided tour that is also available by the hour.

North Sound Barcadere / The Barcadere Marina
Yes
Restroom
Yes
Food and beverage
Yes
Anchoring

This boat launch is located close the Owen Roberts International Airport and is one of the most popular pick­up locations because of the straight forward access out to the North Sound. The new Barcadere Marina facilities is also a point of interest for boaters - ­whether you start your journey there, or decide to venture there for a bite to eat at the George Town Yacht Club restaurant on site.

Lobster Pot
The ideal location if you are planning to explore the Seven Mile Beach area! The Lobster Pot  dock gets its namesake from the restaurant and dive shop situated at this docking location, 
making it an easier landmark to find. It is also next to the Cayman Catboat Club building that  has been restored to recognize the earlier seamen who worked in the turtling industry in the  Cayman Islands. It’s a nice historical site to check out if you are collecting your boat at this  location.  
Cayman Islands Yacht Club
Yes
Restroom
Yes
Food and beverage
Yes
Docking

This long time marina has recently undergone refurbishments, since being acquired by the developers of  Camana Bay. Now the home of Anchor’s store and shop, and Morgan’s restaurant it has become a point of  interest for locals and visitors alike when seeking a place to dine or pick­up snacks for the boat.

Morgan’s Harbour
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Restroom
Yes
Food and beverage
Yes
Docking

This long established dock is a local hub for fisherman which makes the restaurants there a great choice for  getting a taste of the local catch! Home of 3 popular restaurants, Calypso Grill, Catch and Osetra Bay. The  facilities are reserved for customers of the restaurants but they come highly recommended…you can even  see for yourself on TripAdvisor!  

Rum Point
Yes
Restroom
Yes
Food and beverage
Yes
Anchoring

A picturesque beach located in the North Side, with a view of Stingray City. A famous spot for  its shallow and clear waters making it ideal for swimming with kids.  Rum Point Beach  restaurant and facility offers changing rooms, showers, huts, hammocks, volleyball nets and  more. Boats will often be seen anchoring off in the distance and enjoying the scene. 

Kaibo Restaurant, Beach Bar & Marina
Yes
Restroom
Yes
Food and beverage
Yes
Docking

A great location for boaters to pull up, dock and grab a bite to eat. Kaibo offers a genuine thatched bar shaded by coconut palms, cabanas and overhead sails. The upstairs restaurant offers modern cuisine in a more elegant atmosphere reserved for evening dining, while the downstairs beach setting has all­day and evening dining offering a more casual menu with an island flare. The new pizza oven offers a real treat and -- for those who arrive early in the morning - the latest addition of 'Espresso' cafe will be delighted by the selection of fresh pastries and quality coffee and tea.

Stingray City
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Restroom
No
Food and beverage
Yes
Anchoring

One of the most famous attractions that is considered a “must­do”! Located in the North  Sound area of Grand Cayman, Stingray “City” is home to approximately 90 Southern Stingrays.  These wild, gentle and graceful creatures roam free in the North Sound, a 35 square mile area of ocean protected by 
the reef. Scuba divers visit the deeper area, whereas the shallow sandbar is the hot spot for those coming by boat or  jet ski where the water is just 2­-4ft deep!  
Camana Bay
Yes
Restroom
Yes
Food and beverage
Yes
Docking

A lovely town centre development with upscale shopping, dining and architectural features that make this a  frequent place for locals and visitors alike. When arriving by boat, you enter through the canal entrance to off  of the North Sound, south of the Safehaven channel and north of the Barcadere. Upon  arrival you will see boat slips to the left. There are 30 reserved for complimentary public use for the day so that you  can enjoy the features of the town centre.


Download Direction Camana Bay

Starfish point
No
Restroom
No
Food and beverage
Yes
Anchoring

A beautiful setting at the tip of Cayman Kai. The sea here is calm and shallow. There are some shade and  fun spots for kids to explore and, as expected, you will find lots of starfish! When pulling up by boat you can come  close to the beach and drop anchor in the shallow waters allowing guests to jump into the water and walk ashore.  Guests love to photograph the starfish and it’s a great spot for a picnic if you have packed lunch for the boat­ride.  Otherwise – it’s a lovely stop after grabbing a bite to eat at Kaibo!  

Duck Pond
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Restroom
No
Food and beverage
Yes
Docking

This inlet with calm waters is popular for waterskiing, wakeboarding and tubing and is  away from the North  Sound boat traffic. It’s just a couple of minute's boat drive away from Kaibo Yacht Club and appears as a  small bay within the North Sound. Jet Ski’s also enjoy touring through here so they can venture close to the  mangroves and often take in the sights of local wildlife.  

MooreMarine Services (CIBR & LBC Dockyard)

The head office for MooreMarine service and dockyard is located in Industrial Park in George Town and houses the full fleet of boats for Leisure Boat Club and Cayman Islands Boat Rentals. As a full service marine maintenance and repairs center all boats are kept in great condition and any repairs or maintenance required is tended to right away. Boats are kept out of the water and delivered to the appropriate dock based on the reservation. This helps to keep the fleet of boats in top condition!