Marine Education & Conservation Through An Artistic Lens

Our subject matter experts and instructors lead industry-standout dive courses and photography workshops. We are dedicated to continuing marine conservation efforts in Cozumel, preserving the natural resources and conservation of the ocean, its islands and people.

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Reviews & Testimonials

Michael T

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June 21, 2022

I am a divemaster and have been EXCLUSIVELY diving with Sherief for many years. He is a phenomenal dive instructor who I entrusted my sons and my wife. He is there to make sure you have the best and longest dives possible. I can’t recommend him more highly.

Riley M.

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June 9, 2022

Sheriff is an amazing instructor. He’s very understanding and calm and make the experience unforgettable! Everything is covered very thoroughly and the entire experience is life changing. You get to see a entirely new world in a comfortable exhilarating way!

Ian

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June 8, 2022

Sherief is a wonderful teacher and I felt right at home under his wing learning all the essential skills and techniques to getting my certification. I would recommend having him as an instruct 1000% if you are planning on diving in Cozumel.


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Dive Book is a groundbreaking endeavor that was born out of extensive research and case studies on the application of current technologies to community-driven conservation initiatives. Cozumel, an island paradise known for its stunning underwater landscapes, serves as the backdrop for this innovative endeavor. By leveraging cutting-edge web technologies, Dive Book empowers underwater photographers to generate and share photos of marine life that can be identified by anyone, regardless of their experience with scuba diving.
Check out how you can be part of combining state-of-the-art technology with a community-first philosophy and user-friendly platform. Thanks to Dive Book and other projects like it, we are one step closer to reaching our goal of protecting marine biodiversity for future generations to enjoy.