November brought the final group for 2010 from Ocean Sports in Edmonton, Alberta, to Cozumel, Mexico.
This was a small but lively group of eight divers; three were repeaters from previous trips, two were students of ours, and three were brand new to us. All had a wonderful time! Despite two days of port closure (no diving) we managed to visit some of MY favourite sites (although I have been accused of saying each site is my favourite upon surfacing from a dive): Dalila, Chankanaab Shallows, Palancar Horseshoe, Yucab, Las Palmas, Santa Rosa and a wonderful, octopus-filled night dive at Paradise Reef.
In addition to the diving, we also had a few courses, completing Emergency Oxygen Provider and Enriched Air Diver classes, as well as finishing up two Rescue Diver certifications. It was a busy and productive week!
We posted a few photos at AtkinsScuba.com’s facebook page.
We now await the next group who will arrive in January. There are still a few spaces left in the trip planned for March: see the Dive Travel page for more details!
The November group from Ocean Sports is here in Cozumel RIGHT NOW (full report on their trip next week). We’re closing the January trip shortly and want you to have one last chance to sign up!
Join us at Blue Angel Resort in Cozumel: Check-in Sunday, January 16 and Check-out Sunday, January 23, 2011 (Cost is $749 USD per person, based on double occupancy).
Full details available under Dive Travel!
Questions? email firstname.lastname@example.org
Congratulations to Cheri and Curtis on their Open Water Scuba Diver certification! November 2010
The migration south is complete for this year, and we’re now up and running in Cozumel, Mexico. Matthew is busy working at Blue Angel Resort as an Instructor and Divemaster, so if you’re in the area stop by to visit!
We recently had two of our students from Edmonton arrive to complete their Open Water Scuba Diver course. Here they are with some friends (who did a Discover Scuba Diving experience with Matthew) wet and happy!
We also visited the east side of the island last week to help with the turtle release. You can read about that adventure in Kari’s blog.
We hope to see you this winter in sunny Mexico!