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Posted by Cenote Xplore on 08/06/2018
Posted by Cenote Xplore on 28/01/2018
Successfully completed the Advanced Open Water Diver course
Congratulations to Sergey Ch. From Moscow on meeting the requirements of the IANTD Advanced Open Water Diver course. In the course of the course, Sergei expanded his knowledge of dive technologies. A deep dive was performed in the Pit cenot to a depth of 29.4 m. We wish Sergey safe and exciting dives.
Posted by Cenote Xplore on 11/12/2017
Successfully completed the course Introductory Cave Diver
Congratulations to Lyudmila A. (Russia) with the course IANTD Introductory Cave Diver. Seven strenuous days, 18 training dives. Instructor on the course Andrew Stanishevski, assistant Maria Shagina. We wish Ludmila safe and exciting dives.
Posted by Cenote Xplore on 05/11/2017
Bull sharks came
Today we saw four bull sharks. Usually they come the end of November, the beginning of December, but this year they are already in Playa !!! We invite all divers to participate in this unique event – diving with bull sharks. The output is daily, from 08:30 to 12:30 or from 13:00 to 16:30 except for days with bad weather conditions. For more information see the link … “
Posted by Cenote Xplore on 07/09/2017
In many coastal caves there is a fresh layer on top of a dense layer of salt water. One could expect mixing of salt and fresh water in a cave and the formation of a layer of water of medium salinity. Instead, imagine the relationship between salt and fresh water as an oil-water relationship – they never mix because of different densities.
In most cases, the so-called halocline is formed at the junction. The glycolin usually has clear boundaries (a few centimeters in width), but it can be more blurred and spread over several meters. Cave divers can see the boundary of the halocline because of the refraction of light due to the different density of water. It can look like a mirror surface, a false bottom or a surface of water, and when you touch the halocline begins to blur. The unique chemical composition of this layer of water is discussed in more detail in subsequent publications.
With the help of reconnaissance, accurate geodesy and cartography, cave divers have brought many new knowledge to the scientific community. Without this information, it would be much more difficult to model the flow regimes for better understanding them. Cave divers can help hydrological research by measuring the speed of water flow, and help to investigate the quality of groundwater, noting the color of water, temperature, depth of the halocline, and making water sampling.
Posted by Cenote Xplore on 17/08/2017
Charter to Mexico from Moscow
Charter to Mexico from Moscow. Mexico is getting closer, more convenient and more accessible!
From October 12, 2017 direct charter flights to Mexico from Russia (Moscow-Cancun-Moscow), Nordwind (tour operator Pegas Touristik) are resumed.
The schedule of departures from Moscow (Sheremetyevo / SVO) for 2017:
Air tickets can be viewed and purchased on our website and in other search engines.
Posted by Cenote Xplore on 12/08/2017
Breathing and circulation
Posted by Cenote Xplore on 22/07/2017
Posted by Cenote Xplore on 15/07/2017
All the best for friends-divers!
We do our best to provide an outstanding service for visiting divers, and (judging from Google, Facebooke, Scuba Tribe & Trip Advisor reviews) we are delighted that our guests seem to agree!
Some of the things that we think set us apart are our purpose-diver-friendly apartments in Puerto Aventuras, free nitrox, top quality rental gear from Scubapro, Apeks, Halcyon Dive Equipment, Ligth Monkey and Rofos bespoke trips for groups and our excellent, very well qualified instructors and guides.
Get in touch if you want to experience Mexico with Cenote Xplore.
Posted by Cenote Xplore on 30/06/2017