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Underwater Photo Location: Columbia Deep

Underwater Photo Location: Columbia Deep

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Great coral pillars towering upward and sandy bottom sloping down into the depths. Image of a Hawksbill Turtle under a ledge at the end of a dive off the wall.
Facts about Columbia Deep
  • It is in Mexico
  • Columbia Deep is in the Caribbean Sea.
  • The typical depth is 50+ Metres 160+ Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 10-30 Metres 30-100 Feet.
Dive types
Liveaboarddayboat

Marine Life
bigsmallsharkswhalesdolphinsturtlescoral



by David Lockwood
Entering "The Deep". Columbia Deep, Cozumel, Mexico.

by Cheri Denn
This turtle just loved playing with my bubbles. I had the pleasure of swiming with her for about 5 minutes. Have to love diving!

by Steven Anderson
The detail of this Bearded Fireworm is so interesting, yet can sting and leave a bit of pain. This image was taken during a dive on Columbia Deep. This great dive can be done when diving off Cozumel.

by Steven Anderson
This image of a Barracuda was taken during a dive at Columbia Deep last week in Cozumel. This fish showed no signs of being scared!

by Steven Anderson
"Takeoff" This image of a large Atlantic Sting Ray was taken during a dive at Columbia Deep off Cozumel a few weeks ago.

by Steven Anderson
This image of a Harlequin Bass was taken last year during a trip to Cozumel.

by Ken Kiefer
My lovely wife Kimber taking some underwater modeling tips from Ms Hawksbill taken with a Canon 5D in Cozumel

by Ken Kiefer
Hawksbill Turtle going for a breather Cozumel
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