BIG SPLASH 30 pack diving boat
Includes 30 Marine Park permits
2 Inboard Caterpillar engines


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Strong construction that can be use as a warehouse,
 (storage), nightclub, liquor store, etc.
There is a big parking space inside the walled lot,
and a big backyard with palm trees
There is a liquor licence for an extra charge .

Size 120.29 ft X 252 ft. = 30,313.08 sq. ft.

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3 Bedrooms with a studio/4th bedroom/den
2 1/2 bathrooms

Large pool - kid friendly with a nice stainless fence
Electric gated double car garage
Laundry Room

50 ft. x 74 ft. = 3,696 s..f.

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25 Av. Bs #10 between Calle 21 and 23 South
2 Bedrooms
2 Bathrooms
Front & Back yards with Jaquzzi on rooftop
Fully equipped Kitchen
Utility room with stackable washer and dryer

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$250,000 USD
$435,000 USD
$299,000 USD
$150,000 USD





Cozumel Landmark
5th Avenue between Rosado Salas and Calle 3
Established in 1999
Functional kitchen equipment and a liquor license
5,395 square feet
1000 sq. ft. enclosed restaurant dining room
upstairs with bathrooms and bar area.
including the 1,350 square foot upstairs Palapa restaurant seating

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Corner of 50 Avenida North and Calle 8 North
Stone wall all around
A construction of 3 semifinished studios
2 Wells
Fruit trees
720 square meters

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$430,000 USD
$100,000 USD



$1,000,000.00 USD
REDUCED TO $475,000.00
FROM $240,000.00 USD to $180,000.00 USD





$180.00 USD per night
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$6,000 Pesos per month
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$14,000 PESOS per month
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$5,500 and $4,500 Pesos per month
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$4,500 Pesos per month
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$10,000 Pesos per month
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$5,500-7,500 pesos-mes
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$480.00 USD per month
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Vista Bonita Vacation Rental
Rent by the day, week, or month. Good deals!

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May Trashy News

Trashy Group fights Cozumel's Litter Problem with May Event and 3 Refreshed Trash Cans

The May Trashy Event volunteers collected a whopping 32 bags of litter from the waterfront south of town between the Stingray Adventure and south towards the Tikila bar. A great time was had by all, and this showcase stretch of our precious Malecon is now litter free. There are a few trash cans in the area, but there is a real opportunity to make a better effort to supply trash receptacles, and create public awareness to put a stop so littering in this area, and every corner of the island. We're going to get there eventually! Along with the litter, 2 huge pieces of fiberglass were also removed placing the total up to 37 bags into the 2013 bag counter. Special thanks to Elisa from PASA, Toño Lopez for giving us a nice promotion on Canal 5 news, also thanks to the Martine family who generously contributed several pairs of gloves to our effort, and Diane Redinger who donated a huge box of trash bags.

We are so happy to welcome 2 new monthly prize sponsors for the events. Papa Hogs Hogtown Cafe, and La Hach! have generously joined the effort along with our other sponsors, Prima Trattoria, Guido's Restaurante, La Choza, Bob's Cozumel, Cariloha and Del Sol shops, Buccano's, and Señor Frogs. Please stop in and let them know you appreciate their involvement and support!

Thanks to all who made it to the event - your participation and enthusiasm make the Trashy Group what it is! And remember, if you can't make it out to the events, there are many other ways to help out. Share the info, patronize our sponsors, and go out and pick up a bag of trash anywhere around the island and be sure to tell us about it. Sarah helped us out with her 2 bags, Mark added his 2 bags, and Rapido Edwardo helped add 6 more bags to the counter. That brings the total to 407 bags to date. Kudos to all who go out on their own and report bags to the counter - We need this type of help to get to our 1000 bag goal for the year!

We're also proud to report that our 3 beach trash cans have been repainted and returned to service at various beach locations on the east side of the island. Thanks to all who donated to this effort, especially Nancy Edwards of Cozumel Living Real Estate, and Rick and Stacy Strong and Brian and Amy Nelles. Look for them with pride while enjoying a cleaner Cozumel. The east side beaches are looking better thanks to volunteers from all conservation groups on Cozumel. Until next time ~ KW
Kathleen Watts

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The Cozumel Blood Drive

Article written by Aura Holguin-Resch that writes wonderful news articles in English for the Tiempo de Cozumel newspaper. The Cozumel Blood Drive Group, CBDG, is inviting you to be a part of an important group whose members help in case of emergencies or medical procedures that might require blood. The purpose of this group is to collect and store possible donors contact information so they can contact them when an emergency arises. It might take 8 to 12 donors to find 4 eligible donors to provide 4 pints of blood. The CBDG is strictly voluntary and is only comprised of people who are willing to donate time and blood when it is needed. To donate blood, the individual will have his/her blood drawn to be tested by the medical facility to ensure the donors’ blood is eligible. Once the medical facility has certified the donor to be eligible, you can donate. The list is like a calling tree to inform donors that blood is needed. By adding your name, phone number, and email will ensure a quick and accurate notice of donors. Your contact information is protected and will not be used for any other organized groups gain.
So, think of this as a small insurance policy that has no fees, taxes, or hidden costs, but a group made of people who are caring and willing to help. email: Cell: 987-119-4956 and USA #386-445-8702.






Dia de la Marina

Dia de la Marina (Marina Day) - early June, coastal cities all around the country celebrate this day and the island of Cozumel is no exception, with a regatta featuring decorated boats in all shapes and sizes, sailing around the shore of San Miguel, together with parades and plenty of dancing!





I, Susana Portocarrero, have had an experience with the Cozumel Red Cross.  At the beginning of this month, I was not feeling well, I had a bad pain near my liver.  I asked my friend Daniel if he could recommend a Doctor.  I was looking for a general practitioner that I could see anytime I felt ill.  He recommended that I see Dr. Vargas at the Red Cross.   I was surprised; Red Cross?  (I’m ignorant) I always thought Red Cross was for accidents or something big, but he told me not only could I go and have my consultation, but that it also I would help the Red Cross.   The cost was much less than contacting another Doctor or going to any of the clinics here in Cozumel.  So I thought why not?  I went to the Red Cross and met Dr. Vargas and to my surprise he is a young Doctor, he asked the correct questions and gave me a prescription for an ultrasound the next day.  He was right on with his diagnosis.  My experience with the Red Cross was great, and the best part is that it  cost me only 130 pesos for each visit for a total of 260 pesos.   Someone had recommended another doctor for which the consultation was $500 pesos.  So for half the price, I went to see my Red Cross doctor, and I helped the RED CROSS at the same time because only a part of this money goes to the doctor, and the other part of the fee is donated to the Red Cross.   Interestingly, I found out they have several services.  I wanted to share my story because we have all heard of many people coming on vacation and then needing to see a doctor. They have to pay lots of money, because they don’t know they can go to the Red Cross and help them out.  The Red Cross also has X Ray and laboratory equipment and are working on getting new ultrasound equipment.

Here are all the services that the Red Cross of Cozumel offers:




Whale Shark Season



During the summer months (June - September) hundreds of Whale Sharks gather just north of Isla Mujeres in a seven mile radius to take advantage of the plankton rich waters created by the joining of the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean Sea. The whale shark is the largest fish existing in the ocean today. The whale shark prefers waters of warm surface temperature, in areas where there are upwellings of nutrient rich colder water - these conditions favor blooms of plankton on which the sharks feed. There are many tours out of Cozumel, so come swim with the Whale Sharks this summer!!




Potential Changes to Mexican Legislation

Currently oceanfront properties in an area known as the "restricted zone" in Mexico, are titled for foreigners in Fideicomiso's, Mexican bank trusts.
Under President Enrique Pena Nieto, changes are being proposed to allow foreigners to hold title outright to help Mexico compete with other tropical
Central American countries. So far the proposed Amendment to the Mexican Constitution has passed the Chamber of Deputies (much like the US
House of Representatives) and now it goes to the Senate. If it passes the Senate, then it has to be approved by a majority of Mexico's 32 state legislatures
to change the Mexican Constitution.

Mexicans are starting to rally and sign petitions trying to prevent what they say could be a majority of their oceanfront being owned by foreigners rather than
Mexican nationals.

Attached is a link for further reading: then link to the AMAR article.

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Cozumel Living will keep you updated but this could take years, if ever! Maybe Mexicans will start buying up their oceanfront properties! Sales to Mexicans
have been over the past couple of years have been strong since the prices have dropped and the Mexican economy is strong.

Father's Day in Mexico

Father's Day is a celebration honoring fathers and celebrating fatherhood, paternal bonds, and the influence of fathers in society. Many countries celebrate it on the third Sunday of June, but it is also celebrated widely on other days. Father's Day was created to complement Mother's Day, a celebration that honors mothers and motherhood.



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