2013 Cozumel Men's Week

  • 28 Apr 2013
  • 05 May 2013
  • Cozumel, QR, Mexico
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NCRD men's week in Cozumel in our own private Villa, with daily boat diving, and daily in-house meal service

$1100 ($500 deposit, balance February 1 2013) 
Where: Villa Coralina, Cozumel
When: April 28 - May 5, 2013
Trip Organizer: Tommy Todd

Cozumel Diving

Cozumel boasts world class drift diving, incredible visibility, and a diverse range of species and dive sites. The Cozumel reef systems, located off the western coast of the island, have been preserved since July of 1996 by the Cozumel Reefs National Marine Park. With an area of over 29,000 acres the Cozumel Marine Park includes the federal maritime zone, as well as rocky and sandy beaches, mangroves and palm groves that support important biological communities. There are 26 types of corals, with over 100 subspecies, and 300 fish species, some endemic to the island like the famous Splendid Toadfish. Programs that protect Cozumel's Loggerhead, Hawksbill, and Green turtles have significantly increased their population, and as a result can be seen frequently by divers.

Villa Coralina

Welcome to our private luxurious 4 bedroom 4 bathroom Villa, in the gated Costa Del Sol community on the coast of Cozumel. With its own dive dock and our chartered dive boat, we're minutes away from the dive sites. Villa Coralina features king sized beds in each of two huge master suites, plus two large guests rooms with two queen beds in each - perfect for couples or singles. Just out our back door you will find 2 large swimming pools and a beautiful sandy beach. 

What is included for $1100:

  • Roundtrip Cozumel airport transfers
  • Accommodation (7 nights)
  • Chef prepared breakfast and dinner daily
  • Free wi-fi connection, US TV and telephone
  • 15 guided boat dives
  • Tax and service charges


Just about any diver can dive in Cozumel, though this trip is not tailored for novice divers. We'll be diving from a boat in a group of eight, with one dive leader, and the dives will tailored to the skills of the group. As such, we ask that you be an advanced certified diver, with 100+ logged dives. Deep dive experience, experience diving in variable currents, the ability to execute a safety stop in the blue, and to deploy your own safety sausage, are all required. If you are concerned that you may be the "weakest link," and thereby hold back the group, please have a candid discussion with the organizer before signing up.

For more details about the trip, including the diving, accommodations, travel options, please consult the Trip Brochure.

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