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Cancun diving family trips

Family is the most important thing for many of us. Sharing as a family, collecting moments in a new diving experience that we will not forget ever. Recently at our dive shop in Cancun, last week in November,  3 generations of divers visited us in Cancun from Texas to share great diving experiences with us….

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December 15, 2020

Three Reasons to Become a Rescue Diver

Three Reasons to Become a Rescue Diver Among the great variety of diving courses, the Rescue Diver Course is one of the most challenging and necessary. That’s why we would like to invite you to become a rescue diver in Cancun. Whether you are diving in open water, a cenote or a cave, the situations…

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April 26, 2020

Last Breath, a Diver Who Survived Without Oxygen

Last Breath, a Diver Who Survived Without Oxygen Last breath into the darkness  Chris Lemon, a British diver, was working on an underwater oil platform 330 ft when an accident left him without oxygen for more than 30 minutes. How could he survive? Find out all his story here and don’t miss the movie premiered on march…

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April 14, 2020

The Differences Between Diving with Nitrox or Air

The Differences Between Diving with Nitrox or Air Nitrox is a combination of gases, used in scuba diving, different from the air we commonly breathe. It’s composed of oxygen and nitrogen of 21% and 79% respectively. While Nitrox or enriched air, contains a higher proportion of oxygen than atmospheric air. This proportion may vary, although…

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February 25, 2020

Water visibility in the Mexican Caribbean

Water visibility in the Mexican Caribbean It is important to bear in mind when diving, that our water visibility is always more limited than outside. The vision of the human eye under water is affected by external and internal factors. As the type of viewfinder, the lack of lateral vision. The colors are perceived differently,…

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February 11, 2020

The mayan reef, the second longest in the world

The mayan reef, the second longest in the world The Australian barrier reef is 2,500 km long, while the Mayan or Mesoamerican Reef is 1,000 km. Running Mexico, from Cabo Catoche on Holbox Island, Belize, Guatemala, ending in Honduras, in the Bay Islands. The Mexican reef is around 300 km. A coral reef is an underwater…

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February 4, 2020

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