Captains Log

How we celebrated New Years at Islander Diving in Roatan

Welcome to Graham's Cay

Welcome to Graham’s Cay

We spent a wonderful time at Graham’s Place located near Guanaja. It is about a three hour ride in Islander to get there but well worth the time.  There were plenty of people there to celebrate the coming of the new year. There were even some of them, including Graham his own self,  still going at 6 AM when I went out to check on Islander at the dock.  The fireworks were worth staying up past our bedtime. The trip over was a bit lumpy but on New Years Day the seas were calm and the ride back was very enjoyable.

sitting pretty

sitting pretty



He puts on a great display of lights for the holidays. Imagine all the work it takes to put up tens of thousands of lights each year, and then take them down for next year!





feeding time
feeding time



Graham has a pair of pelicans he has raised from babys, Tom and Jerry. They know when it’s time to eat.





The crew proclaimed  this to be  the first annual so make sure to get your plans made early for next year.


To go there any other time of the year check out our rates for the trip

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Islander Diving Gets Social!

Be sure to follow the Islander as she makes her way around the Bay Islands of Roatan by liking our Facebook Page or following us on Twitter.  This is an easy way to at least keep part of your mind on island time.  Please be sure and share your photos or comment on ours.  We will be posting some of our adventures on video soon on YouTube as well!  Stay tuned as you might just star in one of our videos.

New Paint!!!

We just got the business end of Islander covered up in a fresh coat of paint!!

It is amazing what a weeks worth of work can do for the appearance!

new paint