Scuba Cozumel

This is the type of dive resort which is found mainly by word of mouth, yet the pace is always packed with guests who not only choose to dive with them, but stay on-site and purchase all-inclusive meal packages as well.

In their scuba classroom, guests can take the theory portion of each PADI course. First time divers must start training with the Discover Scuba course. Afterwards, you can participate in an underwater tour of the local landscape with the Discover Local Diving course. For those who only a refreshment, you can take the Scuba Review course.

Many people stay on-site as they complete their PADI certification courses, including Open Water, Adventure Diver, Advanced Open Water, and Master Diver. After a certain level of training, specialty dive courses become available.

At Scuba Cozumel, you're able to then take Wreck Diver, Rescue Diver, U/W Navigator, Search and Recover, Equipment Specialist, Oxygen First Aid, Night Diver, Emergency First Response, Deep Diver, Digital Underwater Photography, and many more. This is an exciting place to learn.

Getting There

Situated toward the outskirts of San Miguel, a few hundred yards south west of "downtown," Scuba Cozumel always welcomes local residents and travelers shopping in this town or an adjacent area. Regardless of whether you're staying very close, you are free to stop by.

What's Nearby

In case you can't find the product you are shopping for while browsing Scuba Cozumel, there are some other interesting specialty shops that are in this same general area, like AquaWorld, and Blue Angel. Skim through the table below to see a broader range of stores within reach of this location.

Other Shopping Nearby
Name Type Distance Direction
AquaWorld Dive Shop 1.5 mi. South West
Blue Angel Dive Shop 0.6 mi. South West
Studio Blue Cozumel Dive Shop 0.9 mi. Northeast
Pepe Scuba Dive Shop Dive Shop 2.7 mi. Northeast
Aqua Safari Dive Shop 0.8 mi. Northeast

Aside from shopping, there are a couple of nearby activity choices for you to experience while visiting San Miguel. If a excursions and sightseeing service interests you, a viable option is Cozumel Taxi Union Tours. If you'd prefer trying a travel and tour operators, then think about trying Cozumel Cruise Excursions. You'll also find a good selection of restaurants within just a couple of miles.

Hours

The dive center opens daily at 7:00 a.m. Their daily 2-tank dives begin at 8:30 a.m. At 3:00 p.m. they offer a 1-tank wreck dive. The 2-tank Twilight Dive departs one hour before sunset. The 1-tank Night Dive departs after dark.

Guests enjoy unlimited beach dives throughout the day until the center closes at 6:00 p.m.

Cost

You can participate in Discover Scuba for $75 and then Discover Local Diving, which is $60. Scuba Review is $80.

Open Water costs $375, Adventure Diver is $220, Advanced Open Water is $300, and Master Diver is $600.

The Wreck Diver is $250, Rescue Diver is $300, U/W Navigator is $150, Search and Recover is $200, Equipment Specialist is $100, Oxygen First Aid is $100, Night Diver is $200, Emergency First Response is $200, Deep Diver is $250, Digital Underwater Photography or Videography is $200.

Guests who arrive prepared with their certification can sign up for 2-tank dives which cost between $65-$75, Night Dives cost $45-$50, and Twilight Dives cost $70. Snorkeling is also available for just $25 per person.

All prices are in USD.

Contact Information

Location: Av R. Melgar Prol. S. Km 1.5, San Miguel, Cozumel

Phone: (844) 792-6976

Secondary Phone: (987) 872-0853

Website: http://www.scubaclubcozumel.com/

Email: sccinfo@scubaclubcozumel.com

 

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