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  1. Check with Azul Divers too. Andres runs a good boat and always has photogs on. https://www.azuldivers.com/
  2. Hello. No boats from Cozumel to Isla Mujares. For Cozumel customers, it is 7am ferry and then transport van to Cancun. Normally arriving to marina at 920am and depart on boat at 935am. The experience varies day to day and how many sharks. One can never know. Most of the boats leave early and if the sharks are cooperating then when the later boats arrive, there are few boats left in the area. It can be hit or miss if the sharks are stressed and start dropping. I have gotten thousands of great shots during the later times with less people and boats around. This year has been difficult so far with the sharks. there has yet to be an abundance of them. June has been a better month so far in numbers but with rougher water conditions. We have had 1 really good week july 1 -8 with 1 day of sharks dropping down. The week of July 9-15 was bad and 3 days no sharks. The other days only 1 or 2. Not sure what is happening if its a food issue? Are they migrating to some other area offshore? Is there a huge decline in the species? I have been doing the whale shark tours for 13 years so have seen it when it was crazy with hundreds of sharks. Those days are gone.....maybe the industry around Isla Mujares is on the verge of a big change? Over tourism is not the best thing for these endangered animals.
  3. The whale shark season has started off with similar results to last year at this time. Few sharks and lots of boats out. A storm rolled in on June 3 and zero sharks for 2 days. The remainder of the week has been up and down between 2 sharks and 8. Not a lot of food in the water yet. Numbers should be picking up in about two weeks.
  4. What are you asking on the aquatica lanyard attachments? tried emailing you but it gets kicked back.
  5. July 17 update. Some bigger sharks have arrived to the area. Lots of tuna eggs in the water now. Mantas are often seen as well.
  6. The past week has seen an increase in sharks. Starting to look good again for July 9.
  7. Still no mantas june 28. Seeing lots of dolphins in the area and even had sailfish cruising around the sharks.. The water has been flat calm for the past 6 days. Numbers are up and down with the sharks. They have been dropping below the surface daily now around 1230pm.
  8. The end of this week is picking up with sightings. Visibly more food in the water. We even had sailfish cruising around the whale sharks today. Numbers of sharks were around 14 in the area we were at today in blue water. Past few weeks has been mainly at or near the gulf green water. No mantas yet.
  9. It has been a slower start this year for all. The weather has not cooperated at beginning of June and very few sharks and mantas seen. Maybe 1 or 2 sharks are what all the boats are encountering right now. Doesn't appear to be a lot of food for them. Its strange, last month we went on May 15th and was full moon day, flat water and 15 sharks and a lot of tuna eggs in the water. We were only ones there. This past week is full moon week and only 1 or 2 sharks spotted daily with one day none. There are about 50 boats out a day. A biologist who is studying mantas has been pulling a net behind their boat to see what's in the water and is seeing very little food in it. Something going on underwater. Hopefully things get better and more sightings. Past years at this time were good.
  10. Perfect transaction and communication. Thanks
  11. Hello. I am interested in the housing. I sent you pm.
  12. You coming to Cozumel anytime soon?
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