The small fishing-village of Cabo Catoche is located at the northern-most tip of the Yucatan Peninsula where the waters of the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea converge. The confluence of these two bodies of water creates very productive waters and an environment ideal for fishing.

The small fishing-village of Cabo Catoche is located at the northern-most tip of the Yucatan Peninsula where the waters of the Gulf of Mexico and Caribbean Sea converge. The confluence of these two bodies of water creates very productive waters and an environment ideal for fishing.  Image courtesy of Proyecto Costa Escondida Maritime Maya 2011 Expedition, NOAA-OER.

 

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