Wreck Diving Cancun
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Wreck diving is another dive spot you can find in Cancun.
Wreck Diving Cancun C-58
The USS Harlequin (AM-365) was an Admirable-class minesweeper built for the United States Navy during World War II. She served in the Atlantic during that war. She was decommissioned in May 1946 and placed in reserve. While in reserve, Harlequin was reclassified as MSF-365 in February 1955 but never reactivated. In October 1962, she was sold to the Mexican Navy and renamed ARM DM-20. From 1976 – 1978 she was converted to an oceanographic research vessel and renamed ARM Oceanográfico (H02). In 1993 she was renamed ARM General Pedro María Anaya. Do not miss the wreck diving adventure!
Wreck Diving Cancun C-55
USS Ransom (AM-283) was an Admirable-class minesweeper built for the United States Navy during World War II. She was awarded three battle stars for service in the Pacific during World War II. She was decommissioned in March 1947 and placed in reserve. Although she did not see service in the war zone, Ransom was recommissioned in March 1951 during the Korean War and remained in commission until September 1953, when she was placed in reserve again. While she was in reserve, Ransom was reclassified in February 1955 as MSF283, but never reactivated. In 1962 she was sold to the Mexican Navy and renamed ARM DM-12. In 1994 she was renamed ARM teniente Juan de la Barrera (C55).
The ships was sunk intentionally in May of 2000 to create an artificial reef. This beautiful dive site is home to schools of snappers, barracudas, groupers, lobsters, green moray eels, and seasonal eagle rays. This dive has a maximum deep of 25 mt. / 80 ft.
*C-58 – Hurricane Wilma splitted the ship into two sections. It is posible to dive both sections if weather conditions and current allow it.
*C-55 – This ship is split into three sections, all in the same area.
We offer another beautiful wreck diving experience the C-56 in Puerto Morelos diving!
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