Cozumel México is an island in the Caribbean Sea off the eastern coast of Mexico's Yucatán Peninsula opposite Playa del Carmen.
Cozumel is one of the ten municipalities of the Mexican state of Quintana Roo.
Tourism, diving and charter fishing comprise the majority of the island’s economy.
Cruise ships often visit the island. A few can dock virtually downtown. A larger pair of piers lies about two miles south of downtown San Miguel, and primarily serves Carnival and Royal Caribbean Cruise Line ships.
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Carnival Glory is a Conquest-class cruise ship that was built by Fincantieri in Monfalcone, Italy. She is owned by Carnival Corporation & plc and operated by Carnival Cruise Lines.
7 Day Western Caribbean Cruise
from Miami, Florida
05/24/2014 thru 05/31/2014
Ports of call:
South Beach, Miami, Florida, USA, North America
Havana, Cuba, Caribbean, Greater Antilles, Latin North America (sail by only)
Cozumel, Quintana Roo, Yucatán Peninsula, México, Latin North America
Roatán, Honduras, Latin Central America
Belize, Central America
Costa Maya, Quintana Roo, Yucatán Peninsula, México, Latin North America
Mahahual Village, Costa Maya, Quintana Roo, Yucatán Peninsula, México, Latin North America
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Isla Cozumel, Quintana Roo, Yucatán Peninsula, México, Latin North America
May 26th 2014
Love cozumel! We went on an excursion from there and it just made th trip so much better! Nice work! Heres my Experience in Cozumel and in Uxmal Ruins=] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W5EJSeeG2oI&t=6s
Mary is half correct and half incorrect. It depends on if you are going on closed loop cruise or an open loop cruise. A closed loop cruise is a cruise that departs from a US port and arrived back at the SAME port that it departed from. This does NOT require a passport. An open loop cruise is a cruise that departs from a US port and arrives back at a DIFFERENT port. That one requires a passport. Last year I went on a closed loop cruise to the Bahamas and all I had to show was driver's license and birth certificate. I'm going to Cozumel in less than 2 weeks and I still don't have to have one because it's a closed loop. Closed loops you do NOT have to have one but the cruise lines say they recommend having one in case of emergency where you need to fly home immediately.
Thank you I am visiting Cozumel in April. This was awesome. I am glad you did this video because I was worried how I was going to get around and knowing that I can do everything right there is cool. I am so happy to know see all of my options.
PARA TODOS LOS URUGUAYOS QUE QUIERAN VIAJAR A ROATAN EN MAYO DE 2016:
Please be careful. I've cruised many times, and the quality of medical care is sometimes not what you would expect.... you should talk to the cruise lines and find out what medical professionals are on your particular cruise. Sometimes they only have a technician.. or a nurse... but no doctor. And, depending on your mother's medical needs, that might not be enough. I was on a cruise once where a passenger had a heart attack... it took 3 hours for the Coast Guard to evacuate him off the ship by helicopter.. and that's an awful long time. Please be careful.
+googooberries hi most cruises are very good for wheel chairs
this port is called port maya its the south most of the 3 ports to land at in Cozumel
there is another port north of here a few blocks but you can no walk it then there is the down town port which is in town there is nothing to buy but its nice to walk around
in town its not wheel chair friendly and you may have some minor issues with the curbs
GO FOR IT