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White Sand Water Sports is proud to be offering Havaianas flip flops from their retail shop on site at the reef resort in Grand Cayman! Come check out our stock, and see styles that you CAN NOT get in North America.
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Here is a great shot That our friend Jeff took while hanging with White Sand at the Reef Resort in East End Grand Cayman. If you think this beautiful then wait until you see it in person. The reef resort has many promotions and deals that if you keep checking back on our web site [...]
Forecast looking good for Wednesday Nov 28th East End Surf Session. Any takers? Will be heading to the anchor just after sunrise. Hope to see you out.
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We got inspired by Santa Clause Surfing yesterday, so Dave decided to hit the waves at the Reef Resort in East End. These waves break inside the barrier reef, making them perfect to learn how to catch a wave. Ask White Sand Water Sports about our surfboard and stand up paddle board rentals. Don’t forget, [...]
Good Morning from Grand Cayman. Here is a great way to start your day! A little Kayak fishing on our ocean kayak. See you in the water soon.
Great Grand Cayman sailing weather right infront of the Reef, and Morritt’s Tortuga resorts. Here is windguru’s week forecast for East End Grand Cayman Cayman Islands. The perfect wind direction and speed for a great sail snorkel safari with White Sand Water Sports. Not interested in snorkeling? hop on White Sand’s Hobie Getaway for a [...]
Christmas in just around the corner, which means so is our busy season! Make sure you book your Grand Cayman Snorkeling trips in advance to avoid getting left on the beach. We at White Sand Water Sports look forward to seeing you soon.
HaPpY HaLlOwEeN from White Sand Water Sports!! hope everyone had a great night of trick or treating.
As of 8am Sandy had wind gust of 85mph, and maximum sustained winds of 70mph making it close to a Category 1 hurricane. With its straight north movement, Sandy looks to have decided not to visit Grand Cayman.