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Sam McCoy's Diving And Fishing Lodge

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thehotterthebetter wrote a review Dec. 2019
Grand Cayman49 contributions23 helpful votes
This is a quaint little bar off the hidden path. We stopped for a few drinks and the bar tender advised us of the Saturday night BBQ for $15 each. We explained that we would not drive the scooter in the evening so they offered to pick us up from Paradise Villas along with another couple. The food was great and the return ride appreciated.
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Date of stay: November 2019
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WorldTravelers34 wrote a review Jan. 2016
Chicago, Illinois2,411 contributions1,612 helpful votes
McCoy’s Dive Lodge is somewhat of a legend on Little Cayman, a name that was well known with both divers and anglers. Sam McCoy’s Diving And Fishing Lodge was destroyed by the 2008 hurricane. Only the structures remain of the original diving and fishing Lodge. McCoy’s is now only a laid back sunset local’s bar. There is no lodging anymore at McCoy’s. We met Grandma McCoy while visiting their bar and she hopes to rebuild the lodge in 2016. We came back here on a Saturday night for their weekly outside barbecue, which was excellent. McCoy’s is not crowded as the few people that come here are mostly locals.
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Date of stay: January 2016
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HowlnBubba wrote a review Nov. 2014
Key Largo, Florida1,451 contributions927 helpful votes
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Sam McCoy's is now only a laid back sunset bar - no lodging. They are open daily for beer, wine and snacks, and Saturday evening for a BBQ. The day I showed up was not one of their best. Let me first say that several places were running low on supplies pending arrival of the supply barge. Also, I think that the waitress, Janet, was doing her best. She spoke little English and was, for example, unfamiliar with conch fritters, though they are on the brief bar menu. It really didn't matter since they were out, and I settled for some pretty good mozzarella sticks with my beer. The view is nice and it looks like a good locals place to hang out. I might give it another try.
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Date of stay: November 2014Trip type: Travelled solo
Room Tip: NA - this is no longer a lodging place.
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sdstarnes wrote a review Jan. 2009
Austin, Texas14 contributions7 helpful votes
Booked a week dive trip only to find out after we arrived that they had no fuel for the dive boat and would not get any for over a week! Had to make other arrangements which caused us to miss several days of diving on our trip........
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Date of stay: May 2006
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PamtheSailor wrote a review Oct. 2008
San Clement2 contributions5 helpful votes
Spent 7 days at McCoy's. The family is quite lovely. The accommodations are adequate if you're trip is strictly for diving. If you're interested in sight-seeing, beaches, TV, internet, radio, etc...do not stay here. I met some dear friends I had not seen in years. So, we spent our time visiting, reading, playing cards, identifying fish and coral. OUR room had perfect water pressure. Other others did not. We did run out of water completely on the last day...we just rolled with it. ONLY go to McCoy's if your focus is diving. Period. I would definetely go again. Lowell, the dive master, was wonderful. Ms. Mary, the owner, is well, from Cayman...Her daughter, Maxine was a delight. Happy diving...
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Date of stay: September 2008
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Frequently Asked Questions about Sam McCoy's Diving And Fishing Lodge
Which popular attractions are close to Sam McCoy's Diving And Fishing Lodge?
Nearby attractions include Beach Bubbles Cayman (3.4 km), Pedro St. James National Historic Site (1.4 km), and Rum Point (7.8 km).
What are some restaurants close to Sam McCoy's Diving And Fishing Lodge?
Conveniently located restaurants include Czech Inn, The Grape Tree Cafe, and Rankin's Jerk Pit.
Are there any historical sites close to Sam McCoy's Diving And Fishing Lodge?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Pedro St. James National Historic Site (1.4 km) and Mission House (3.3 km).