Grand Cayman Submarine
Grandma and Grandpa are waiting to catch the submarine in Grand Cayman.
Beautifully colored, but tiny blue fish swim among the coral.
Out the murky depths of the waters off Grand Cayman a barracuda lurks (It looks like one, but probably is not a barracuda.)
This looks more like the fish in the previous photograph.
Can you see the small fish swimming near this larger fish?
Two colorful fish swim past the submarine.
Several different kinds of fish near the submarine your grandparents were on.
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Different colors of fish swim near the submarine.
Another colorful fish swims past the submarine.
Cheating! A diver provides food for the fish so there will be plenty to see and photograph from the submarine.
More colorful fish. Aren't the blue ones pretty?
Look at all the different colors of this fish.
Yet another colorful and different fish.
A close-up of one of the zebra-striped fish.
A shark swims near the bottom, hiding from its prey in the murky waters.
These fish were photographed by Grandma Bert.
Your grandparents also saw the remains of two shipwrecks while in the submarine.
More of the shipwreck that now lies on the bottom of the harbor at Grand Cayman Island.
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