Lost City of Atlantis Discovered in Cayman Brac, BWI

The mythical Lost City of Atlantis has been found. Atlantis Cayman Brac offers "the largest collection of underwater sculptures ever assembled in the world."

Overland Park, KS, July 19, 2007 --(PR.com)-- Atlantis Cayman Brac is a large, underwater, multi-piece sculpture by a local artist, known simply as "Foots". The artist had a dream... To create his version of the Lost City of Atlantis. The scale of the project is huge, and his ambitious plans involve over 150,000 lbs of sculptures, which will be placed off the north shore of Cayman Brac in a large sandy area, at a dive site called Radar Reef.

The dive site consists of the Archway of Atlantis, of which the two bases alone weigh 21,000 lbs each, the Elders’ Way, a pathway lined with 5-foot temple columns, leading to the Inner Circle of Light. This will be marked by eleven columns, in the center of which will stand the 2,600lb Sundial on a 5,800 lb base. In June or July this year, will be the Pyramid of Atlantis, which Foots estimates will be in excess of 40,000 lbs and will be the largest sculpture in the Lost City. Because of its size and the difficulty in transporting it, this will have to be constructed at the Creek Dock, he said.

They invite you to meet the people of Atlantis and explore The Lost City. Dive through the Archway into the Circle of Light. Read the writings on the Scriptures of the civilization lost. Let your imagination guide you as you discover everything that Atlantis has to offer. Come to our beautiful island to explore the wonders both above and below the waters.

Atlantis Cayman Brac
Gary Carson