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Ticking this option will unlock the 'My Dive Shop' area for you. There you will be able to claim or create a business entity.
Much like a facebook page - you need to first have a personal account through which you can login and manage the business page.
After creating a personal account, you will be directed to 'My Dive Shop' section where you can claim existing listing or create a new one.
This is your personal profile - we advise the username to relate to you. If you own or operate a business it will have its own page that you manage.
Please use your real name - not the name of your business or nick name.
Discovered by Christopher Columbus and named for Queen Isabella of Spain, Les Jardines de la Reina is a 75 mile long archipelago of coral reefs and mangrove islands situated about 60 miles south of Cuba. Declared as a marine park in 1996 it is regarded by many as a benchmark of the original status of coral reefs as found by Columbus in the early years of discovery. The top reef predators including sharks, groupers, barracuda, tarpon and jacks are prevalent on virtually every dive. The mangroves provide shelter as a nursery for young fish populations and encounters with salt water crocodiles may also be experienced.
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