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. Welcome Cruise Ship Divers and Snorkelers!


Our Location in Santa CruzOur Dive Center

Our dive center is located only about 100 meters/yards from the cruise ship pier, in the middle of Santa Cruz Beach, . When coming off the pier, turn left, pass the chapel on your left, and you'll see our signs. We are also close to the marina, where we have our boat.

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Generally our dive and snorkel tours depart at 09:30 hrs. However, we will gladly adjust our departure time to your cruise ship schedule, as long as you book well in advance. We will make sure that you get back to your crusie ship on time.

For maps of our location, go to Maps Click here to go the maps

Contact us by email: info@hurricanedivers.com or use our online form Click here to go to our Photo Gallery


Huatulco Underwater

The Bays of Huatulco consist of nine main bays covering 18 miles or 30 km of coastline. The National Park of Huatulco includes five of those main bays and offers a lot of coral and other aquatic life. There is a wide variety of sites, for divers, for snorkelers and for both, beginners or experienced.

On the surface we often encounter sea turtles, dolphins, whales or manta rays.

More info about diving & snorkeling in Huatulco, see Diving & Snorkeling Click here to go to our Photo Gallery

For photos and videos of Huatulco Underwater, go to Photos & Videos Click here to go to our Photo Gallery


Tours and Excursions

Our most popular service is our All-Day Excursion, which includes a tour of the bays, our famous picnic-lunch on a quiet beach, beverages and, of course, diving and/or snorkeling. It's our ideal outing for families and smaller groups with divers and snorkelers. As with all our trips, you are always accompanied by our professional and bi-lingual guides.

We also offer Half-Day Snorkel Tours and standard Two-Tank Dive Trips for certified divers. During both we visit two different sites, usually in the National Park. They typically take between 3 and 4 hours and we provide bottled water and soft drinks. All our tours are guided by our professional, bi-lingual guides.

Last but not least, we offer an introduction into diving, the PADI Discover Scuba Diving Program, for those who would like to try diving or are not certified divers.

More info about our tours and excursions, go to Tours Click here to go to our Photo Gallery


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Cabo San Lucas

In Cabo San Lucas the Hurricane Divers Crew recommends diving with Manta Scuba. Located right next to the Cruise Ship tender dock, Manta Scuba is a PADI Dive Resort with 4 dive boats and an onsite pool. Dive the Cabo San Lucas Marine Park with Manta Scuba to see; playful sea lions, sea horses, rays, big schools of fish and more! Manta Scuba can customize a departure to suit your cruise ship schedule making the most of your dive time in Cabo San Lucas.

For more information, go to the Manta Scuba website Click here to go to our Photo Gallery



If your cruise ship includes a port of call in Acapulco make the most of your visit and jump in for a Scuba or Snorkeling trip with Swiss Divers Association. SDA explores the famous Island Roqueta for eagle rays, turtles, and many tropical reef fish. This is also a great way to see the beautiful old town part of Acapulco.

For more information, go to the Swiss Divers Association (SDA) Click here to go to our Photo Gallery


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