It is little wonder that the beautiful Cayman Islands is home to the International Scuba Diving Hall of Fame. Synonymous with world class scuba diving, the Cayman Islands boasts some of the greatest underwater diversity anywhere in the world: deep,dramatic walls adorned with sponges and corals in a stunning array of colours; shallow reefs filled with schooling fish and small invertebrates; an assortment of wrecks; world famous Bloody Bay Wall and the legendary Stingray City, the world’s best 12-foot dive.
The International Scuba Diving Hall of Fame was designed to honour individuals whose contribution to the sport of scuba diving has been immeasurable. Coming from diverse backgrounds and fields, all inductees possess a track record of offerings to the development, growth and/or promotion of the sport of recreational scuba diving around the world. The honour bestowed upon them commemorates the achievements and contributions of the champions of diving.
Each year the Cayman Islands hosts the annual Dinner and Induction Ceremony, where the pioneers, artists and entrepreneurs are presented with prestigious awards for their outstanding contributions to the sport.
The Diving Hall of Fame Board of Directors oversees the Diving Hall of Fame project. These Board Members are internationally recognized individuals who have contributed to the sport, are actively involved in the scuba diving industry, and are individual leaders of their local dive community.