Gaspar - Dive Master and First Mate and Jose - Captain
Our boat is a 38 ft Bertram with twin engines and propellers. Guests can relax on the large sundeck, or in the ample space found around the boat which allows for sitting or lounging while transiting to and from dive sites. They also have a bathroom on board.
They do not believe in speed, as they have seen what it does to sea turtles and divers who are hurt by fast going vessels. Therefore, our average speed 10 to 12 knots. They always will provide a lunch during our 90 minute rest period between dives.
Hailler - Jose - Gaspar - Critobal
On a typical diving day, you will arrive at the marina south of town and try to be at the boat between 8:40-9am. The boat leaves at 9AM. While you prepare for your dive, the boat heads to the first dive site. Typically it goes south to the Palancar sites or beyond. You will arrive at the first dive site around 10AM. After the first dive, the boat will dock or tie up in the Marine Park. The surface interval is around 90 minutes. Lunch is provided consisting of purified water, fresh fruit, guacamole, chips, tuna salad, turkey, ham, fresh bread, crackers, cheese, and salsa, and cookies for dessert. After a rest period after lunch, you will begin your second dive. Your day of diving typically ends around 3pm-4pm at the marina south of town.
Ricardo - Owner/Operator, Divemaster
Jose - Certified Captain, Carpenter, and fiber glass tech
Gaspar - Divemaster, 1st mate, and Captain
Cristobal - Instructor / Divemaster
Martin - Instructor / Divemaster
Ariel - Divemaster
Miguel - 1st mate
Hailler - 2nd mate .
Our dives are not limited by time. They are only limited by the diver’s air consumption. Unlike many operations, you will be able to dive your tank, not the operators watch.
Average duration of a dive is 75 minutes.
They prefer groups of no more than 10 divers with two divemasters.
They will not choose dive sites that are inappropriate for the experience of our divers.
They will always request respect for the underwater environment...They will insist on this!
They will always request certification cards and a release form to be completed.
Two tank dive:
$100 US, with equipment $115 US
Open Water Certification:
Advanced Open Water:
$290 US. They take US dollars or Mexican Pesos at the boat. Ask about multi day discounts.
They find small creatures too.
Big Top Deck for relaxing and sunbathing between dives.
Email them at email@example.com - Careyitos Divers is not owned by Reefsofcozumel.com.
We dive with them and recommend them as the best operator on the island. We assume no liability for diving with them or any other diving operators in Cozumel.