Photo Gallery:  RECENT TRIPS - COZUMEL

Cozumel offers some of the best diving without long flights from Miami. The diving was so good that some of us did not want to come home, in fact three of us stayed two extra days. On the 2nd to last day we did two dives in "Cenotes", what we would call spring diving. We took the ferry from Cozumel to Playa del Carmen and then jeeped into the forest to find two large Cenotes. The water on the top 40 feet is fresh crystal clear (200' + visibility) 71 degree water. Then on the bottom is just as clear 80 degree saltwater, talk about a reverse thermocline. Where the saltwater meets the fresh water is called a halocline. This phenomenon causes extreme blurriness, like looking down a hot, flat road. At times in the warm salt water, you could look up and see a large blanket of blurie water filled with colors of the rainbow laying on top of you (no, we were not narc'd at 60 feet!). These are some of the many photos we took during our five dive days.

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Arriving in Cozumel

The limo ride to the hotel

Tres' Amigos

Our first day diving

Scuba Circle

Palancar Reef

Palancar Reef

Palancar Reef

Palancar Reef

Palancar Reef

Palancar Reef

Palancar Reef

Black Grouper

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