The Tufts Scuba Clubs presents

Spring Drift 2005

An extraordinary dive trip to fabulous Cozumel, Mexico

March 17 to 24

The trip is closed! Please consider our upcoming trips.

Join us for an amazing trip to one of the world's premiere diving destinations. The beautiful island of Cozumel features everything you're looking for - fantastic diving, great weather, and the best apres-dive entertainment anywhere. For only $1,200* you will enjoy:

  • Roundtrip airfare Boston to Cozumel
    March 17
    US AIR 0614  BOS-PHL 8:30am-10:01am
    US AIR 0679  PHL-CZM 11:05am-2:09pm
    March 24
    US AIR 1236 CZM-CLT 2:15pm-5:59pm
    US AIR 0750 CLT-BOS 7:20pm-9:23pm
  • 7 nights at the Hotel Cozumel Resort
  • 4 dive days (8 dives in total) with Dive Paradise! Additional dives (night, cenote, etc) are available.
  • Airport transfers in Cozumel

To join this trip, please reply via e-mail to [removed]. Please note that the final balance is due at sign-up.

About Cozumel

Cozumel is a small island located about 10 miles off of the Yucatan Peninsula, near Cancun and Playa del Carmen. At about 15 miles long and 8 miles wide, Cozumel is small enough to explore easily, yet large enough to provide variety. Much of the activity on the island is centered around San Miguel, the main town which is located in the middle of the western shore facing the mainland. San Miguel, with its charming town square, is the perfect place to spend an afternoon or evening with plenty of shops and restaurants (oh yes, bars too) - all at reasonable prices. When you consider everything it has to offer and, especially, the welcoming nature of the people of Cozumel, it is really no wonder that divers come back time after time to this island paradise.

About the Diving

Simply put, the diving in Cozumel is fantastic. Every morning, a flotilla of boats leaves San Miguel and the resort hotels south of town for the daily 'commute' to the reefs. Virtually all diving is done along reefs that parallel the western shore, running about 7 miles from the southern tip of the island to a point just south of town. The first dive of the day is usually the southernmost dive for a very simple reason - there is a consistent current of warm (we can expect 80+) water that runs south to north through the channel between Cozumel and the Yucatan Peninsula. This current is what makes Cozumel diving unique and fantastic. The consistent flow and the small amount of runoff from rain means that the visibility in Coz can top 150 feet! The flow also makes the diving exciting and easy - you simply suit up, step off the boat, get neutral, and drift. When the dive is over, you'll do a safety stop in midwater and then surface where the boat will be waiting to pick you up. No muss, no fuss. Oh did I mention that the reefs are very healthy and varied - ranging from beautiful patch reefs to spectacular walls that plunge into abyssal depths. And the life on the reef? Plentiful and unthreatened - the entire southern reef system has been preserved for years as a National Marine Park which is jealously guarded by the local diving community.

* Price is per person, double occupancy. A $2/diving day Marine Park Fee is not included and must be paid in cash directly to the dive operator.