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DonPat April 3rd, 2005 03:04 PM

Nautilus Semi-Sub in Grand Cayman -- Worth doing?
 
We will be in Grand Cayman the first week in May and we are considering the Nautilus Semi-submersible. Has anyone done this? Can anyone compare it to the Seaworld Explorer Semi-sub offered on other islands?

BoosterMom April 4th, 2005 09:23 AM

Re: Nautilus Semi-Sub in Grand Cayman -- Worth doing?
 
My in laws took this and loved it and were sort of upset with us when we didn't do it. We have a claustrophobic daughter and didn't think it would be a good idea. They did say the water was a little cloudy, but still enjoyed it. I think for those people who for one reason or the other don't snorkel or can't, it is a nice way to see "under the sea." (Hum the Little Mermaid song now for effect.) LOL

DonPat April 4th, 2005 09:49 PM

Re: Nautilus Semi-Sub in Grand Cayman -- Worth doing?
 
Thanks for the input, BoosterMom. When you mentioned that your daughter is claustrophobic, I'm wondering if you are confusing this semi-submersible with the Atlantis submarine? Since the semi-submersible is a regular ship, on top of the water, with just the deep hull with windows under water, it shouldn't seem too confining (I hope).

Marilyn April 15th, 2005 06:02 PM

Re: Nautilus Semi-Sub in Grand Cayman -- Worth doing?
 
Its not confining at all, quite roomy and seats on both sides with large windows. It was enjoyable for someone who doesn't scuba or snorkle


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