The Wet Set Team
We are proud that all of our Boat Captains are PADI Certified Scuba Divers and Certified Emergency First Responders as well as Oxygen provider trained.
Office Manager and Instructor
Felicity, "Flix," is our general manager here at Wet Set as well as our resident cave dweller. Nine years ago, Flix jumped into the dive industry right after school, and she has not worn shoes at work for nine years now! Flix is a PADI Open Water Scuba Instructor.
When not keeping us all in line in our office, Flix enjoys showing our clients the beautiful caverns in the cenotes unique to Mexico. And since she is from Australia, she’s a day ahead of all of us. 😊
Favorite Fish in Puerto Morelos National Marine Park: Drum fish, Trunks, and any type of Ray
Constanza, "Connie," is one of our scuba instructors here at Wet Set. Ten years ago, Connie made the decision to become an instructor, combining her Environmental Studies and passion of marine life. She especially enjoys teaching new divers as they experience the wonder of the underwater world and the excitement of their first dive!
In her free time she enjoys rollerblading and spending time with her two loving dogs.
Favorite Fish in Puerto Morelos National Marine Park: Baby Drum and Spot-fin Porcupine fish
Captain Miguel joined Wet Set Adventures eight years ago. In addition to his 12 years of captain’s experience, he is also a PADI Certified Open Water Scuba Diver. With that winning combination, Miguel makes sure that our clients have an unforgettable experience.
Miguel has lived in Puerto Morelos for 28 years and raised his family here. When Miguel is not working, he enjoys being a good father and “being very attractive and keeping his beard dyed” (his words!)
Favorite Fish in Puerto Morelos National Marine Park: Parrot Fish
Moises (call him “Pollo”) is from the Mexican State of Tabasco. When he was young, he used to fish with his father, using fishing nets as well as standard poles. When Moises turned 20, he came to Puerto Morelos for a better life and started working as a hotel steward. Shortly thereafter, he switched jobs to work at the pier in Puerto Morelos. Pollo worked for six years as a ship’s captain at an oil company. He joined Wet Set two years ago.
When he is not working, Pollo enjoys listening to music.
Favorite Fish in Puerto Morelos National Marine Park: Blue Chromis
Marcos has the distinction of being the only person working at Wet Set who was born and raised in Puerto Morelos. He’s been working in the ocean that he loves for over 15 years. Marcos started working in Ojo de Agua as a snorkel guide. After much hard work, he was offered an opportunity to be a Marine Mate. Two years later, he became a Captain, and worked for a competitor for six years before he came to his senses and joined Wet Set.. Note that Marcos is the only Boat Captain to be without a nickname.
In his free time, Marcos enjoys playing soccer, riding bikes, and taking his daughter to the park.
Marcos loves his job as a boat captain because he really enjoys seeing the marine life.
Favorite Fish in Puerto Morelos National Marine Park: French angel fish
Snorkel Guide and Mate
Jesus Alejandro’s nickname is "Wiz". He was born and raised in Concord, California. Wiz came to Mexico when he was 14, living in Chetumal. At 16, he started to work as a street clown (YES, REALLY!). He is adept at juggling, balloons sculpting, unicycle, and street performance.
In 2017, Wiz came to Puerto Morelos to work for his cousin, who owns a snorkel shop, where he worked as a snorkel guide and a photographer. There, Wiz fell in love with the ocean and joined Wet Set over a year ago.
Favorite Fish in Puerto Morelos National Marine Park: Barracuda
Christian joined Wet Set to do his PADI Dive Master internship. Originally from West-Central Mexico he moved to Puerto Morelos in July after finishing his marine biology degree. He plans on pursuing his masters degree in late winter.
He is beyond excited to complete his courses and build his knowledge of the diving and enjoys the learning process.
Favorite Fish in Puerto Morelos National Marine Park: As a Marine biologist, he has many favorite fish to share, mainly the groupers we have here. He is also a big fan of coral; Elkhorn and Brain are number 1!
About our Team