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Cozumel Day 2 – Chun Chacaab February 18, 2011

Posted by Chris Sullivan in Dive Log.
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To my surprise on day 2 we headed once again to the south of the island to dive Chun Chacaab, which more or less starts where Maracaibo shallows leaves off. The dive was more arduous than we normally have in Cozumel, because the current was present but going in all directions, along with a fair amount of surge. That meant swimming instead of merely steering with the current. It was the same bunch of divers as the day before, namely Joe, Braxton (also known as “Grunt”, or “Ronco” in Spanish), and Jackie. Mago was still our Captain but Blue XT Sea’s regular guide Pedro had taken over the underwater duties.

There were plenty of Turtles and both an adult and a juvenile spotted drum, as well as the usual assortment of Lobsters and Crabs.

Adult Spotted Drum

Juvenile Spotted Drum

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