Franko's fish cards are stiff, laminated plastic, with a hole for a lanyard. Take it snorkeling or scuba diving with you! Size of Fish Cards: 6" x 9"
FM-FISHCAY (Laminated $5.99)
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The Cayman Islands - Grand Cayman, Little Cayman, and Cayman Brac - have so much fabulous underwater scenery and so much sea life that this Franko’s fish card just had to be created. Side one presents a mini-Franko’s Map for each of the three Cayman Islands, showing their respective major scuba and snorkeling sites. These scaled down, yet accurate maps show the major features of Grand Cayman, Little Cayman and Cayman Brac, and the descending blue hues of the water indicate depths as they increase all along the famous walls of the Cayman Islands. There are over 150 dive sites named on side 1 of this fish card. Actual GPS data was used to accurately locate the dive site moorings on these tiny maps. Little Cayman sites include Bloody Bay’s most famous wall dives and the south sides numerous sites, particular on the west end of the island. Cayman Brac’s most famous sites including favorites like the Tibbetts Wreck, Grunt Valley and Greenhouse Reef are shown on the north side, with favorites like Rock Monster Chimney on the south. Grand Cayman is famous for the best shallow dive in the world - Stingray City. Dozens and dozens of other dive sites are noted on the map of Grand Cayman. Side two of Franko’s Cayman Islands Reef Creatures Guide depicts 100 plus Caribbean reef creatures found commonly in Cayman waters. Although one could never really depict the beauty of tropical reef creatures or their environment, this is an amazingly colorful rendition of a huge number of species of the most commonly found reef creatures of the Cayman Islands. Nature supplied the beauty, Franko just tried to show it in a form so that the scuba diver or snorkeler could identify the creatures first hand. Fabulous angelfishes, parrotfishes, damsels, wrasses, groupers, snappers, rays, and chromis are but a few of the types of fish shown. But of course - this is the Cayman Islands, so certainly the most famous fish of all must be shown, and that is the lovely Southern Stingray gliding above the sand. There are also a number of colorful corals and sponges, plus a team of invertebrates awaiting your discovery. This fish card will have you dreaming of your next (or first) trip to the Cayman Islands for sure. Say Good Day to everybody for Franko when you are there.