Don't forget there are excellent boat diving opportunities as well!Appreciated; looks good! There's a type of listing I hope we see more of someday that would help with planning, because Curacao's shore diving seems to be a mix of 'styles' from other destinations.
The Bonaire stereotype is visit your dive op. (likely on the grounds where you stay), load your pickup truck bed with gear and 2 tanks/apiece, and drive around the west coast-hugging road, put into yellow rock-marked sites and dive. No on-site 'amenities' - no food, bathrooms, booze, staff watching your car, usage fees or a place to rent tanks from. It's you and nature.
The Grand Cayman impression I get from reading trip reports & discussions, is there aren't nearly as many shore dive sites as Bonaire, often there's a dive op. on land for whom a site is sort of a 'house reef,' and divers show up with their own gear (or rent), but rent tanks and weights at the on-site op. I'm aware not every case fits that model, but it's the impression I got for what's common. It's close to what I saw in St. Croix, though again exceptions may happen.
Curacao reports indicate a mixed bag.
-----1.) Some sites, like Bonaire, are 'barren' of civilization. Petty theft from rental trucks more a concern here, so leave doors unlocked and windows down, nothing of value except spare tanks in your truck.
-----2.) Some sites have an on-site dive op. and/or amenities; there may be a fee to use, there may be food/booze/bathrooms, maybe staff can keep an eye on your vehicle, etc...
Some people will want to load up some tanks from their dive op. and hit the road, incurring no additional fees. Some like 'amenities' and snacking, drinking, showering off or whatever after a dive.
Be nice to know which sites are which. Just a thought.