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Charter Group Price: $250.00 for up to 2 divers.
You may add up to 2 additional divers to your group at $100.00 per person. The maximum capacity of the charter is 8 people, so there is space for others who are not divers.

Attention scuba divers: if you want Cozumel all to yourself, we have the tour for you. With our Two-Tank Cozumel Scuba Diving Private Charter, you'll have your own boat and guide, and two of Cozumel's premier southern reefs to enjoy. We limit the tour to four divers to ensure a personalized experience (there is also limited space for non-divers). All equipment is included, as well as snacks and refreshments.

Your dive tour includes:
  1. Scuba diving at two of Cozumel's best coral reefs.

  2. Tanks, weights, belts, BCDs, regulators, fins, and wetsuits.

  3. Purified water and soft drinks.

  4. Fresh fruit, chips, and crackers.

  5. Boat equipped with marine radios, oxygen, and first-aid kits.

  6. Shaded seating onboard and bathroom.
  7. Convenient departure near the Puerta Maya cruise ship terminal.

  8. English-speaking professional dive instructor or divermaster.

  9. Fully licensed tour operator, captain, and guides.


Our tour features two dive spots along Cozumel's world-famous western coastline. Our goal is to provide our guests the fullest possible exposure to Cozumel's underwater treasures. Our first site will give you an opportunity to perform a wall dive to a maximum depth of approximately 80 feet (depending on your experience level), exploring stunning coral canyons and pinnacles. Our second location takes you to a shallower reef, with a maximum depth of 40-60 feet and an abundance of sea life.

We customize our dive tours to fit the preferences of our guests and daily conditions. Among our favorite sites for wall diving are Palancar and Santa Rosa. For a shallower reef, Paso del Cedral, La Francesa, Yucab, and Tormentos are among our top choices. We generally spend at least 45 minutes at each dive site, depending on the air consumption and interests of our guests. The interval between dives is roughly one hour, which you can enjoy either by relaxing on the boat or snorkeling at another reef.

Although we never know who will join us underwater, Cozumel's southeastern reefs boast an extraordinary variety of marine life. Among the larger inhabitants are sea turtles, nurse sharks, stingrays, and even eagle rays in the winter months. There's also a rich population of tropical fish, including groupers, angel fish, butterfly fish, parrot fish, grunts, snappers, file fish, cow fish, chromis, gobies, and wrasses. If fortune smiles, you may also spot sea horses or Cozumel's unique splendid toad fish.

Cozumel's natural advantages make the reefs along the western side of the island exceptionally vibrant. The steady current funneled between Cozumel and the Yucatan Peninsula provides a ready supply of fresh nutrients and clears the water of debris. In many areas, visibility of more than 100 feet is common. The clarity of the water allows sunlight to penetrate deep below the surface, fostering the growth of coral formations that reach up hundreds of feet from the seafloor. Since 1996, the marine ecosystem has been under the protection of the National Marine Park of Cozumel Reefs. We'll make sure you take full advantage of your time in the water with high-quality, well-maintained equipment, and professional guides who explore the reefs almost every day.

In addition to the fun in the water, relaxing aboard our boat has its own rewards. We offer purified water and soft drinks. Our boat also features a shaded seating area and bathroom facilities.

Tour times: Please click our tour schedule calendar (see the link to the right) to find a date and time that fits your plans. (You'll have an opportunity to adjust the start time of your charter.) To help outfit our guests with the proper gear, we ask that you arrive at the departure point about 15 minutes before the start of your tour. Please note that the times listed are in local Cozumel time. Cruise ship passengers may be on a different time zone when they arrive in Cozumel. To avoid confusion, please read about the difference between cruise ship time and Cozumel time.

 Tour Options (Prices in US dollars)
 $45 Accompanying snorkelers
 $25 Accompanying non-snorkelers

 
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Length of Tour: 4 hours, 30 minutes
The length of the tour does not include transportation time, if necessary, to and from the cruiseship terminal.
Meeting Instructions:
About 10 days before your tour, we will send you an email to remind you of where and when to meet us. Depending on the terminal at which your cruise ship is docking or the location of your hotel, the taxi ride to the meeting point should take about 5-20 minutes and cost about $10-$14 for a group of four. In the meantime, we invite you to view our maps of Downtown San Miguel and Cozumel Island.
What to Bring:
We will provide high-quality scuba diving equipment for your underwater adventure. Your tour also includes snacks, purified water, and soft drinks. You should bring the following items:
  • $2 per person for the marine park entry fee.
  • Biodegradable sunscreen.
  • Beach towel.
  • Swimsuit and cover-up.
  • Camera.
  • Appropriate footwear.
  • Extra money for tips and small purchases.
In the comments field on the checkout form, please make a note of the BCD, wetsuit, and fin sizes your group will need. (For example, 2 XL men BCDs and wet suit, 2 size 12 men fins.)
Level of Physical Exertion:
Divers must present a valid, up-to-date certificate from a reputable scuba diving training agency and sign a medical waiver verifying their fitness to dive. Divers must have also performed a dive in the past 18 months. The minimum age for diving is 10 years old. Children from ages 10 to 11 are limited to a maximum depth of 40 feet. Children from ages 12 to 14 are limited to a maximum depth of 60 feet. Before you make a reservation, please review the health issues related to diving.

 
 

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