Hola from all of us at Blue XT~Sea Diving!
Another year has passed here on the beautiful island of Cozumel. May 2013 will mark our 11th year anniversary – a milestone we could never have reached without the support of our customers, friends, suppliers, staff and the fine and resilient community of Cozumel itself.
Founder, owner and Texas native Christi Courtney started Blue XT~Sea out of her island home, tooling around in a moped with a “Keep Austin Weird” sticker on the gas tank. With very little advertising and much goodwill, we grew to become one of Cozumel’s best-loved dive operations. It wasn’t just the famous surface-interval muffins and other snacks, it was the personal service that has set us apart from the very beginning. In October 2005, we purchased our second dive boat, Bandida II. Many of you know the story of how Wilma destroyed her before getting her launched – but we persisted and launched her in April 2006 and she operates alongside our original boat, Shamu providing greater choices and flexibility for our divers.
Cozumel is the ultimate dive paradise, offering more than 20 spectacular dive sites, mild tropical weather, an easy drifting current and crystal blue water. With cathedral-like deep coral formations, stunning walls, shallow reefs and even a few wrecks, it caters to divers at every skill level. No matter which site you dive, you’ll likely encounter sea turtles, spotted eagle rays, angelfish, snapper, grouper, splendid toadfish (Cozumel’s signature species) along with spectacular coral, sponges and gorgonians. And when the diving is over for the day, enjoy the dining, entertainment and pure fun available on this jewel of an island just off Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula.
Come experience Cozumel diving with us. We can get you trained and certified, provide gear rental, even help with hotel reservations — and of course take you on some of the planet’s best underwater excursions. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or a beginner just getting your feet wet, you’ll be XTatic. Reserve your spot with us today.