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Grand Cayman Cruise Port (George Town Cruise Port)
Grand Cayman Cruise Port (George Town Cruise Port)

Grand Cayman Cruise Port (George Town Cruise Port)

Grand Cayman

The Basics

Grand Cayman offers a wealth of experiences to choose from. Take a walking tour of West Bay with a stop for swimming at Seven Mile Beach, hop on a boat for a day of snorkeling with starfish and stingrays at Grand Cayman’s famous Stingray City, explore the island’s shoreline by jet ski, or sample some local rum. Top island attractions include the Cayman Turtle Centre, Queen Elizabeth II Botanic Park, and the offshore Kittiwake shipwreck site.

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Things to Know Before You Go

  • Shore excursions are efficient ways to make the most of your time on Grand Cayman.

  • Don’t forget your bathing suit and towel; you’ll likely want to spend some time in the water.

  • Many Grand Cayman tours spend significant time outdoors; remember to wear sunscreen, sunglasses, and a hat.

  • Cruise terminals in Grand Cayman are accessible for wheelchairs and strollers.

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How to Get to Grand Cayman From the Grand Cayman Cruise Port

Grand Cayman harbor has a tender wharf and ships must remain at sea for the duration of their stop; as such, passengers board smaller ships (tenders) that shuttle them to and from the island. Once on land, you'll find yourself in the heart of George Town’s shopping area, where taxis are plentiful but most things are within walking distance.

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Port Information

Many major cruise lines dock at Grand Cayman, including Royal Caribbean, Carnival, Celebrity, and Norwegian Cruise Line. The official language of the Cayman Islands is English and the official currency is the Cayman Islands dollar; however, US dollars are accepted almost everywhere and there are plenty of ATMs across the island.

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