Diving Cozumel

One day, we took the ferry from Playa del Carmen to the island of Cozumel to dive two sites:

Diving the Palancar site got me down to 111 feet near the reef wall, which sloped off into the abyss. At the Tormentos site, we saw a wide variety of sea life, including a sea horse.

The water was very blue and crystal clear. From the boat, you could see the bottom, which was around 60 to 80 feet deep in places.

The boat we dove from was called Atlantis. We were told the radio frequency - 88.0 - which was had to remember in case we ended up on another boat.

We all stand in line waiting to buy ferry tickets The ferry we took from the mainland to the island Looking back at the pier where we caught the ferry
We all stand in line waiting to buy ferry tickets The ferry we took from the mainland to the island Looking back at the pier where we caught the ferry
A couple of big cruise ships docked in Cozumel The Hotel Barracuda entrance marquee The pier and the dive boat we used in Cozumel
A couple of big cruise ships docked in Cozumel The Hotel Barracuda entrance marquee The pier and the dive boat we used in Cozumel
Here we are getting ready for the first dive In between dives, we rest and rehydrate and eat The helm or
Here we are getting ready for the first dive In between dives, we rest and rehydrate and eat The helm or "pilot house" of the dive boat
In the very blue waters off of Cozumel Melissa surfaces with the safety sausage Here I am getting back onto the dive boat
In the very blue waters off of Cozumel Melissa surfaces with the safety sausage Here I am getting back onto the dive boat
Robert gets out of the water after his dive In town, Carlos N Charlies is a popular spot to drink The Old Mission, where we went and had lunch
Robert gets out of the water after his dive In town, Carlos N Charlies is a popular spot to drink The Old Mission, where we went and had lunch