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    Mexico info

    Hi All

    Planning a jaunt to Mexico this year and wondered if any of you has recent good experiences with a cave diving outfit, and one based in Cozumel - rebreather friendly of course!!Thanks

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    Re: Mexico info

    We are the only full service CCR/Technical/Cave & recreational dive operation in Cozumel.

    We have a large selection of on-board bottles, Al40's & Al80's stage tanks, HP Bauer compressor, Haskel Booster with 40cfm LP drive gas compressor, we stock O2, He and bank Nitrox & Trimix, stock Sofnolime and ExtendAir cartridges.

    40' dive boat set up for technical/CCR diving. We offer training CCR & OC training.

    Several shops claim to support CCR/Technical divers, none have everything. Check us out at Cozumel Diving with Deep Exposure Dive Center Cozumel or don@deepexposuredivecenter.com of send me a PM.

    Don

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    Re: Mexico info

    For mainland CCR support Protec is the way to go.
    Cheers,

    Dave....

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    Re: Mexico info

    Quote Originally Posted by wedivebc  View Original Post
    For mainland CCR support Protec is the way to go.
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    Re: Mexico info

    +1 on both of these.

    Don runs a really tight ship in Coz and, as he said, will have full support for anything you need. His boat is way nicer than anything I've personally been on there and his fill room is immaculate.

    On the mainland, I'll dive with Protec every time. Great instructors, great guides.

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    Re: Mexico info

    Another vote for Protec where cave is concerned. You might want to split up your trip between Coz (reefs) and mainland (for caves). I just went there for Open Circuit Cave training. I plan to go back for CCR Cave soon.

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    Can't go wrong with Don's shop for CCR, tec or rec. I was truly impressed to see that level of support available on Coz. Very sweet set up that's been properly thought through. Solid boats & great staff.

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    Re: Mexico info

    +1 for Deep Exposure if you are staying in Cozumel. We dove with Don and team in February/March for their tech week. Was a great trip. They know how to support CCRs, that is for sure.

    Kristi and I both enjoyed the boat, crew and support.

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    Re: Mexico info

    +1 for Protec

    You can choose between Playa or Tulum and the support in both locations is just great!

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    Don, runs one of the best tech operations I've had the pleasure to experience. He knows how to take care of you and the boat is one of the best I've been on. He can also take care of non tech divers as well, apparently my wife on OC spent as much time in the water as us macho tech divers. He can also take care of you wet rock "cave" needs.

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