Welcome to Sea Robin Cozumel
After diving Cozumel for over 20 years, Allen and his wife Robin decided they needed to own a local dive operation in Cozumel. Having dove with Eduardo for several years, the three of them hatched a plan to start an operation that would provide divers with the best possible diving experience on the island. All avid divers, they knew what they wanted; small fast boats, top notch Dive Masters, the ability to dive any of the dive sites, and a certain level of creature comforts. Read more about the SeaRobin beginnings, and our first boat, the Ballena.
Sea Robin wants you to enjoy your dive vacation both on and off the boat. That is why we thoroughly rinse and dry your dive gear at the end of each day, and set it up for you before you get back on the boat the next day. If you prefer to set up your own gear, no problem, we can still rinse it for you, if you wish. We always have towels on the boat to keep you warm during the one hour surface interval between dives. Our surface intervals are usually on one of the gorgous beaches, but on occasion, we will interval on the boat and go look at the star fish near the inlet.
Believing Cozumel was one of the top dive sites in the world, Jacques Cousteau shot his first Cozumel documentary in 1961. Since then divers from all over the world flock to dive this tropical paradise and leave in agreement. Whether this is your first time, or you are one of the hundreds who return to Cozumel year after year, let Sea Robin Cozumel show you why divers keep coming back.
The warm waters of the Caribbean make Cozumel one of the best year round destinations for SCUBA diving. Even in the "winter" months the water temperatures will be between 78F/25C and 84F and 28C. Air temperatures during that period are in the mid 80's to 90's, just lovely.
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