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Military Wreck Dive - Certification Needed

During this Wreck Dive in Cancun you will explore the remains of Lieutenant C-55 Juan de la Barrera, which was sunk in 2000 to help the local reefs and marine life in the Cancun-Isla Mujeres National Park.

Included:

  • Full-quality diving equipment
  • 1 – 35 minutes dive: Lieutenant C-55 Juan de la Barrera
  • 1 – 45 minutes dive: Coral Reefs
  • Boat ride to dive site
  • Guide and crew
  • Water on board
  • All entrance and legal fees

 

Not included:

  • Transportation to the meeting point *Contact to quote.
  • Professional photography 85 USD *ONLY WITH PRIOR RESERVATION
  • Wetsuit rental 10 USD

 

Meeting pointMarina AquaFun Cancun

To book this adventure you must be Open Water certified (or equivalent). If you’re not certified you can still dive! Check out Diving Lessons.

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About C-55 Juan de la Barrera

In October 2000, the Mexican Navy ship C-55 Juan de la Barrera was sunk off Cancun to provide refuge for marine life and as a diving attraction. Although Hurricane Wilma almost destroyed the site, the wreck is still today a great dive site due to the migration of spotted eagle rays, barracudas, nurse sharks, jacks, eels, sardines, groupers, and many other marine species that call the wreck home.

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