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Fosters Food Fair – Express

A smaller “express” version of the Foster’s Food Fair IGA supermarket chain is located in East End opposite Morritt’s Tortuga Resort in a plaza that also houses a Jacques Scott wine, beer and spirits store, a watersports apparel store and a restaurant.

Fosters Food Fair – Express

A smaller “express” version of the Foster’s Food Fair IGA supermarket chain is located in East End opposite Morritt’s Tortuga Resort in a plaza that also houses a Jacques Scott wine, beer and spirits store, a watersports apparel store and a restaurant.

Wreck View Art

Take home art inspired by Cayman’s East End at Wreck View Art, which sits on the island’s easternmost tip. This excellent gallery is home to authentic carvings, jewelry and paintings by local artists, all available for purchase.

Wreck View Art

Take home art inspired by Cayman’s East End at Wreck View Art, which sits on the island’s easternmost tip. This excellent gallery is home to authentic carvings, jewelry and paintings by local artists, all available for purchase.

Wreck of the Ten Sails

On February 8, 1794, a band of 10 merchant ships struck the reef and sank off of East End, Grand Cayman—the worst maritime disaster in the history of the islands. Although locals saved many of the ships’ crew and passengers, 8 lives were lost to the sea. Guests are welcome to visit the shipwreck look-out site, which includes a giant anchor and a commemoration plaque. On calm days, you can see parts of the ships glimmering beside the reef.

Wreck of the Ten Sails

On February 8, 1794, a band of 10 merchant ships struck the reef and sank off of East End, Grand Cayman—the worst maritime disaster in the history of the islands. Although locals saved many of the ships’ crew and passengers, 8 lives were lost to the sea. Guests are welcome to visit the shipwreck look-out site, which includes a giant anchor and a commemoration plaque. On calm days, you can see parts of the ships glimmering beside the reef.

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