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Red Sail

Postby Wensiogegnape » Mon Jan 31, 2011 10:04 am

Red Sail charged us over 1,ooo for a few days diving, and there were usually 20 or more other people on the boat. Lots of cruise people too. The worst dive comany we every dove with. Avoid Red Sail!
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Red Sail is the WORST!!!

Postby MURNECLUMMAtjz » Fri Feb 11, 2011 1:55 am

Anyone who dives with Red Sail is an idiot. Sorry, but anyone too lazy to do a little reading deserves to end up with a company like Red Sail. Keep all the morons on the same boat!
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Red Sail Sucks

Postby Souscuggeno » Tue Feb 15, 2011 8:07 pm

Red Sail charges twice as much as the other cayman dive companies, takes huge numbers of people, and go to the worst dive sites. I guess the only reason people dive with them is convenience. But who pays to go all the way to the Caymans and does not bother to do a little reading first? Good thing for sites like these.
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Postby scefHeevytya » Sat Feb 19, 2011 5:42 pm

We dove with Red Sail because they were right there at the hotel. Then found out we paid TWICE the going rate with a really crowded boat full of people. The sites they went to were pretty run down too. Red Sail is bad all around!
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Postby arlnoa » Tue Mar 01, 2011 10:27 am

Glad to finally see a website with enough information and lack of commercial incentives to tell the honest truth. Red Sail isn't just a cattle boat, it's an EXPENSIVE cattle boat. They charge twice the going rate for grand cayman divng and take ten times more people. Red Sail is the WORST dive company in the Cayman Islands.
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Red Sail Sucks!

Postby Avalgelpivali » Sat Mar 05, 2011 11:48 pm

Lots of good info here to plan our Cayman Islands diving vacation. Red Sail is off the list. :D
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Postby lofeboihoow » Mon Mar 14, 2011 12:06 am

Red Sail is one of the worst dive operations in the world, literally. We dove with them in Aruba AND Cayman, thought maybe Cayman would be different, and they were right at our hotel. But they all cram a few dozen people on their boats, go to lame dive sites, and charge a lot more than everyone else. Never again, not with Red Sail in Grand Cayman or anywhere else.
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Postby 08TXjerlene » Fri Apr 01, 2011 5:21 am

I can attest to that first hand. We just got back from Grand Cayman diving with Red Sail 2 days and they were the most crowded and expensive dive boat we ever saw. We did a dive with Living the Dream and found out what personal diving means.
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Postby nugununty7 » Wed Apr 06, 2011 3:15 am

Red Sail is a huge corporate cattle boat operation in lots of countries, not just the Cayman Islands. They do the same thing everywhere, cram dozens of people on the boat and herd em around like cattle to the most over dove dive sites. There must be 20 dive companies in the Cayman Islands, why in the hell would anyone dive with this cattle boat corporation? Guess there are enough people too lazy to do a little checking first to know better. That will probably change with more things online.
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Postby AnnoraHololve » Mon Apr 25, 2011 4:45 am

We had a pretty good time with Red Sail. They charged more than the others we compared them with and put a lot more people on the boat, but they let us do pretty much whatever we wanted. My son wanted to collect some corals and the divemasters were always too busy getting people down who couldn't clear their ears or selling tee shirts, so there was never anyone around to catch him.
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