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Grand Cayman Questions

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Hi all! We are going on a cruise in late October and will be in GC for one day. We want to take a taxi and go to a snorkeling spot. I was hoping you all could answer some questions for me:

1. Is it realistic to expect we can just walk off the cruise ship and get a taxi at the port? If not, how would we arrange a taxi just for us?

2. Once we are done snorkeling, are there taxis at the most popular snorkeling spots or how do we get one to pick us up?

3. What are the best snorkeling spots for beginners? I've only been snorkeling a few times and my stepson not at all. Are there any good spots relatively close to shore? I've read about Eden Rock and Cemetary.

Thanks!

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