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Ship Wreck Dives

Ernesto Zedillo, a scuba diver, who also served as President of Mexico understood the importance of preserving and enhancing the eco-system of the Caribbean. For this reason, he sunk 7 sea going navy vessels that were at the end of their useful life for people. He extended the ships life by sinking the vessels in Mexican waters four of which can be found in the Cancun, Riviera Maya and Cozumel areas.

NAVY VESSEL C-55 JUAN DE LA BARRERA

In October of 2000, the Mexican Navy Vessel C-55 Juan de la Barrera was sunk intentionally outside of Cancun for the purpose of attracting more marine life and to serve the current ...

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NAVY VESSEL C-58 Anaya

The Navy Vessel C-58 Anaya was purposely sunk by the same gentlemen, Ernesto Zedillo, who would have the duty of sinking 6 other vessels as well, 4 of which were in Cozumel...

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NAVY VESSEL C-56 JUAN ESCUTIA

This vessel is in perfect condition sitting at the bottom of the sea at a depth of 90’. It was sunk in October of 2,000 by Ernesto Zedillo who served as President of Mexico ...

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NAVY VESSEL C53 FELIPE XICOTENCATL

The C-53 FELIPE XICOTENCATL was sunk in June of 2000 in the waters of the Caribbean close to Cozumel.
The depth of the wreck is approximately 70 feet, and is almost fully intact ...

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WRECK DIVE ULTRA FREEZE

This mammoth 110 meter cargo ship caught fire on the dock of Isla Mujeres where it severely burned to the point of not being sea worthy. Shortly thereafter in 1979...

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