3D C-53 Felipe Xicotencatl-Cozumel Waterproof Dive Site Card

3D C-53 Felipe Xicotencatl-Cozumel Waterproof Dive Site Card

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3D C-53 Felipe Xicotencatl-Cozumel Waterproof Dive Site Card Features

What's in the box: 3D C-53 Felipe Xicotencatl-Cozumel Waterproof Dive Site Card

Popularly known as The Cozumel Wreck", the Felipe Xicotencatl, or C-53, is one of the most popular wrecks and dive sites in Mexico. The Felipe Xicotencatl was a US-built Admirable-class minesweeper formerly known as the USS Scuffle. The USS Scuffle was decommissioned in 1962, and sold to the Mexican Navy, where she was renamed ARM General Felipe Xicotencatl. She was decommissioned from the Mexican Navy in 1999, and donated to become a reef that very same year. She was sunk in 80 feet of water, and now rests upright on the seabed, waiting to be explored.

This unique cards provide a detailed depiction of the C-53 Felipe Xicotncatl. Each waterproof card is printed on both sides, made of durable PVC plastic and is designed to be taken on the dive. They are also 3-hole punched to fit in standard log books or on lanyards. Card measures (W x L) 5.5" x 8.5" (14cm x 21.6cm) and makes a great gift idea.

Key Features

  • Historical Ship Wreck 3D I.D. Card
  • 3-Hole-Punched for Lanyard or Binder
  • Dimensions: W x L: 5.5" x 8.5" (14cm x 21.6cm)
  • Easily-Stows in BCD Pocket
  • C-53 Felipe Xicotencatl Map
  • Material: Waterproof PVC Plastic
  • Provides Dive Plan Information
  • Log Date, Depth and Time on Card
  • Colorful "Life Like" Art Work
  • Provides Detailed Information on the C-53 Felipe Xicotencatl Wreck
  • Know What-You're-Looking-At Before-the-Dive
  • Ease of Maintenance: Rinse with Fresh Water after Day in the Sea
  • Great Gift Idea