Come with us to Scuba Club Cozumel.
Come with us to Scuba Club Cozumel. Located on the waterfront one mile south of the downtown ferry dock, an attractive multi-level building of Spanish-Colonial architecture blends in with the waterfront. No hype. No pretensions. You probably wouldn’t know about us unless someone told you. That’s how divers find their way here. Built in 1976 as Cozumel’s first dedicated diver’s resort, Scuba Club Cozumel is still a very intimate place where Cozumel Aficionados find convenience and good value. Designed and built – by divers for divers – to provide all services in one convenient place.
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- 7 nights at resort Scuba Club Cozumel.
- Meals (breakfast, lunch, dinner)
- 6 days unlimited shore diving
- 5 days two tank boat dives
- Tanks and weights
- $2500.00 per couple
- Airfare not included.
- Based on double occupancy.
- First four couples to sign up can receive a ride to the airport in the D3 van.
Cozumel (Mayan: Island of the Swallows) is an island in the Caribbean Sea off the eastern coast of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula, opposite the Playa del Carmen, and close to the Yucatan Channel. Cozumel is one of the nine municipalities (municipios) of the state of Quintana Roo. Cozumel is a tourist destination for its scuba diving and snorkeling. The main town on the island is San Miguel de Cozumel.
The island is about 30 miles north-south and 10 miles east-west, and is the largest Atlantic island of Mexico. It is about 12 miles from the mainland, and some 36 miles south of Cancun.
The vast majority of the population of Cozumel lives in the town of San Miguel (pop. 71,401 in 2005 ), which is on the western shore. The municipality, which includes two small areas on the mainland enclaved within the Municipality of Solidaridad with a land area of 4.024 sq mi, has a total land area of 188.566 sq mi.
The rest of the island is low, flat, and densely vegetated. The island, including offshore islets, has a land area of 184.54 sq mi. The two areas that are on the mainland are the Calica limestone quarry, near Playa del Carmen and Xcaret, and the Xel-Ha Water Park, near the Xelha archaeological ruins.