Posted by: OMS-I | March 20, 2007

Cozumel Dive Report: 3/20/07

Another great day of diving! This time we did a deeper dive first so that our advanced students can have another skill checked off. The first dive of the day was a new area of the reef for most of the divers that have been here in Cozumel with us before.

Dive 1: Palancar Caves, 81°F, unlimited visibility.
Dive 2: Santa Rosa Shallow, 81°F, unlimited visibility.

After the dives, the ORU Marine Ecology students went on a shore walk to find and observe intertidal organisms.

Two of our divemasters went on a night dive to the rubble south of the hotel pier. They had an amazing night dive, saw an amazing variety of sea life, and came back boasting of what they had seen and taken pictures of.


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