Sportfishing Mexico for Blue Marlin Fishing, Black Marlin Fishing, Striped Marlin Fishing, Sailfish Fishing, Dorado Fishing, Wahoo Fishing, Permit Fishing, Bonefish Fishing, Tarpon Fishing, Snook Fishing

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Cozumel Sportfishing and Scuba Diving

Cozumel Sportfishing and Scuba DivingBeauty, beaches & Mexican sunshine, there's nowhere like Cozumel. Brilliant emerald water, white sand beaches, spectacular scuba diving and sportfishing - plus bargain prices, ancient ruins, friendly Mexican host - all in a relaxed no hustle atmosphere. Cozumel is famous as a diver's resort, but its laid-back pace, barefoot charm and magnificent beaches hold something for everyone. Along with its renown diving, Cozumel is rated as one of the top ten sportfishing "hotspots" in the world. Cozumel offers the best shopping in the Yucatan for craft items, leather, hammocks, clothes and jewelry items. You will enjoy the hassle-free shops & boutiques. For the diver or those wishing to take up this fascinating sport, Cozumel is the ultimate in Caribbean diving. Cozumel offers an unmatched assortment of spectacular reefs, tunnels, cliffs, coral of every description, and sea life beyond compare. Where else can you pet a 200 pound grouper or huge Moray eel? April is the ideal time to visit Cozumel. The water is calm and the visibility is almost unlimited. Water temperature will be 80+ degrees making a wetsuit unnecessary.

Cozumel Sportfishing and Scuba DivingCozumel measures 48 km from north to south but only 16 from east to west. On either side of the island, beaches form a long, white sandy coast. Gentle waves and transparent waters wash the western side of the island, while huge waves crash against the eastern side. Its flora and fauna have a number of unusual features and include certain endemic species, such as the dwarf raccoon and the Cozumel wren. Cozumel’s greatest wealth, however, lies underwater.

Sportfishing for marlin, sailfish, dorado and barracuda in both Cancun and Cozumel on a “catch and release” basis. Cozumel has a reputation for its nutrient-rich waters fed by the strong current that flows between the island and the Yucatan. This is what causes the great diving reefs and amazing fishing.

Mexico’s largest inhabited island, and located just 12 miles off of the Yucatan coast. While just a short hop from Cancun, it has a very different feel than its glitzy neighbor. It is a quiet, sleepy island with the charm of a fishing village it once was and famous for fantastic scuba diving, snorkeling and the warm hospitality of its people. It is the perfect destination for those who want to do some great scuba diving , snorkeling and relaxing. The world-class reefs and gin-clear waters attract water sports enthusiasts from around the world.

Cozumel Sportfishing and Scuba DivingSan Miguel de Cozumel, the capital of the island, is a peaceful old village, with all the charm of the Mexican Caribbean. The quality of its gastronomy, based on its excellent seafood, is legendary throughout the region. Its provincial air does not make it any less comfortable or modern. Its days are sunny and full of unforgettable experiences, while its nights are ideal for those who enjoy discotheques and bars. A wide range of accommodation is available, from deluxe hotels, to small, inexpensive hostels.

Cozumel is known for the warm water scuba diving, snorkeling, sportfishing, exotic tropical atmosphere, and convenience. Cozumel island also offers secluded beaches, shopping, dining and fun.

Since the famed oceanographer Jacques Cousteau filmed his 1961 documentary here, the island of Cozumel has been internationally recognized for its superb diving. The popularity of scuba diving off the island sometimes overshadows its excellent fishing. During the billfish season in March through June, marlin and sailfish can be caught within 550 yards of the shore. In May, Cozumel hosts its annual billfish tournament attended by hundreds of avid anglers. Most sportfishing excursions depart from the Club Abrigo Nautico de Cozumel located on the northern side of the island near the airport.

Cozumel Sportfishing and Scuba DivingIn nearby Cancun several marinas private and group charters can be commissioned and usually include equipment, bait, licenses and lunch. From February to April, top catches include king fish, barracuda, small shark, grouper and blue marlin. From April to August there are blue marlin, sailfish, tuna, bonito and mahi-mahi. From September to February, top catches include barracuda, grouper, snapper, mackerel and amberjack.

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