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Underwater Photo Location: Cozumel, Mexico

Underwater Photo Location: Cozumel, Mexico

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Always great. A must dive location... year after year.
Facts about Cozumel, Mexico
  • It is in Mexico
  • Cozumel, Mexico is in the Caribbean Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-40 Metres 0-130 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 30+ Metres 100+ Feet.
Dive types
dayboatshorewreckwallnightdrift

Marine Life
smallsharksturtlescoral

Diving facilities
airnitroxrepairsinstructionguidedfriendly

Photo facilities
macrowideanglepfriendlyinstruction

by Riccardo Colaiori
Tortuga Cozumel - Mexico - August 2007 Canon Digital Ixus 700 and his case Canon WP-DC70

by Shawn Rener
Hawksbill Turtle, Eretmochelys imbriocota- Brown shells with yellow-brown, fan like markings and overlapping shell plates. Cozumel 08

by Steffen Binke
whaleshark, mexico, nikon d200

by Steven Anderson
Im sure everyone is tired of my eel shots but 1 more. This photo was taken in Cozumel in 2006. Ill be there next Saturday for a week. I found this one while studying my shots from the last trip so I can improve this trip. This is a Chainl Moray.

by Shawn Rener
Diver finds a common reef Octopus on night dive... Cozumel, Mex 08 Sea & Sea DX 1G

by Rafa Jimenez
a dress desing start up, mantas are my allucinating best among octopuss...enjoy!

by Steven Anderson
This photo is of a Spotted Scorpionfish, carefully camoflauged to provide safety and a means of hunting. This photo was taken in Cozumel last month at Yocab Reef.

by Steven Anderson
This photo makes me think that this Squirrelfish has a constant eye on me while Im in his world.This photo was taken while diving on Palancar Caves in Cozumel.

by Steven Anderson
This photo of a French Angelfish was taken in October 2008 while diving in Cozumel. I used my DC500, dual strobes and wide angle lens, all Sealife equipment.

by Steven Anderson
This photo of a Spotted Moray was taken in Cozumel during my last trip there. I love Paradise Reef and that is where I found this eel.

by Jerry Stinnett
This was one of our best trips ever to Cozumel. This was January 6, 2009. This guy was about 2 1/2 - 3 feet long.

by Jerry Stinnett
Night dive on Pardise reef, Cozumel.

by Dennis Jacobson
brittle star in azure vase sponge- unexpected florescent color combination

by Steven Anderson
After Hurricane Wilma, the marine life seems more abundant like this turtle who was busy grazing. Its like shaking a carpet! This photo was taken during my last dive trip to Cozumel in 2008. Checkout Liquid Blue Divers.

by Steven Anderson
The Splendid Toadfish, a fish native to the waters off Cozumel. This guy came way out and I think he actually likee having photos taken. Cozumel 2008

by Cheri Denn
I love the angels. This was taken in Cozumel, MX.

by Cheri Denn
"The Little Drum"

by Steven Anderson
Just a break from diving and enjoying the sunset, this image was taken in Cozumel a couple of weeks ago. I used my Nikon D60 and Tokina 10-17mm lens.

by Raoul Caprez
Hello !!!

by Raoul Caprez
Nice eyes !

by Raoul Caprez
It moves fast for the Sony T100 !

by Cheri Denn
Just hatched baby seaturtles. Look how small - not bigger than a quarter. I was so fortunate to see this. A special thank you to the Cozumel Conservation Dept. who let me observe. A thrill of a lifetime. I was at the right place, right time.

by Alain Deroy
Cozumel at Palancar Gardens September 2009 Camera: Sea&Sea 1200HD

by Roger Riley
Shot w/ Nikonos off of Cozumel. The Turtles were everywhere that week.

by David Andrew
Smooth Trunkfish (Lactophrys triqueter) at Paradise Reef

by Steven Anderson
This image of sponges is just one group of thousands of species found off the beautiful walls of Cozumel. Crystal clear and warm water feed these sponges as they are filter feeders.

by John Bailey
Hawksbill Sea turtle and Queen Angelfish

by Nick Roitman
The superstar! Picture taken besides C-53 wreck, Cozumel.

by Rick Thibert
swimming with a Moray

by Rick Thibert
TURTLE KEEPING AN EYE....

by Steven Anderson
Oh Cozumel ....I can hear the island calling me....a little HDR of one of my favorite places.

by Alfonso Alcantara F.
Seahorse

by Dave Wasserman
During our dive in Mexico our dive master literally fell asleep underwater waiting for us to look around the wall. f11 1/125/iso100...D7000..sea and sea housing..inon strobe

by Dave Wasserman
I love this fish it followed me everywhere during the dive!

by Dave Wasserman
I ran into this guy glaring up at the surface..seemingly gasping for air...And then I realized it was Jesus submerged at 30 feet..

by Rick Thibert
Swimming through a swarm.

by Rick Thibert
spotted Eel

by Eduardo Nadal
cozumel dive

by Jerry Stinnett
Very large green moray just hanging in the cave, new camera so not perfect but he is so cool.

by Stuart Spechler
A very friendly hogfish hogging the camera.
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