I do not know the exact time but based on what usually happens for a 2:00 departure they will tell everyone to be back aboard by 1:30. That would put the last tender aprox 1:15. As you exit the ship in the morning there will be a sign either on ship or on the pier (or both) telling you the time of last tender.
Wow - that's an early departure time for Grand Cayman !
Freedom Of The Seas -07
Radiance Of The Seas-07
Adventure Of The Seas-05
Navigator Of The Seas-04
Soverign Of The Seas-02
Big Red Boat-93
Grand Cayman is falling apart as a cruise destination - it was getting too crowded, and veryone has already been there. They have no docks and the tendering was either expensive (if you use trhe islands tenders) or slow if you (meaning the cruise ship) use their own tender/life boats.
Last week, because of high winds, people who got on the island couldn't get off tenders back on the ship. They are were on tenders for hours in some cases. Eventually everyone was bussed to the other side of the island.
I am the editor, but I also speculate, ask questions and play devil's advocate. I reserve the right to change my mind.
I was wondering this as well because I have nightmares about missing the last tender. How is the weather in February in Grand Caymen normally. I have never been and my last cruise to the Bahamas was freezing.