This is probably one of the strangest reviews I've commented on because the beach is what brings back millions of tourists to Cayman year after year. The famous Seven mile beach is a long stretch of beautiful white sand framed by this beautiful Azure blue Caribbean see. It has been voted one of the top beaches in the world. Having traveled all around the world I can attest to this. It's what makes Cayman famous coupled with the crystal clear, warm water teeming with fish on its famous reefs it's a firm favourite for families and divers, as it's very safe. I love to walk the beach in the evenings with the dog as it's open along it's whole stretch no one owns the beach. Sunsets are some of the most spectacular I've ever seen and we often get to witness a green flash.
After your amazing stingray tour with us we run you all the way back to your ship at the terminal. You have a choice as we explain if you want to get off at the beach on the way back that is an option, and the bus driver often does this for people who want to relax, then you make your own way back via shuttle bus at only $4 usd per head.
We like to drop people at Royal Palms, which is between the Marriott hotel and the Ritz Carlton, it's free for our customers (they charge $2 cover for others) and has a swimming pool, swim up pool bar a huge sun deck with a restaurant and ample loungers free for everyone. It's location right in the middle of Seven Mile Beach is only 10 mins, 2 miles back to the terminal. People absolutely love it there and it's an amazing place to spend time at weekends and for locals we all like to go there.
I am disappointed that you judged your whole 3hr stingray experience with us, which for most cruisers is the highlight of there cruise and give us 1 star because you didn't like the beach, that was your choice to go too, this is hardly fair and not our fault. It would be like saying you had a horrible cruise because it was cloudy one day.
If you can find a more spectacular beach please let me know as I would definitely like to go there.
Mark Button (owner)