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Thread: Yucatan Peninsula time zone?

 


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    Yucatan Peninsula time zone?

    What equivalent US time zone is the Yucatan Peninsula (specifically Cancun) on? Central Standard (Texas) comes to mind, but I want to be sure.

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    I double clicked on the clock on my Windows task bar. According to the "Time Zone" tab, all of Central America is in the same time zone as "US Central"

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    PS

    Here's a Timezone site: World Timezones

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    Thanks for the link and never thought about using NTs clock!

    That's called "thinking outside the box"

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    Not an issue for today, but in the summer remember Mexico does not do daylight savings time
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    Originally posted by watergal
    Not an issue for today, but in the summer remember Mexico does not do daylight savings time
    I wilt in the heat; going to Mexico in the summer isn't an option

    I'm going to Akumal December 8th-15th and will hopfully be racking up some long bottom times under the jungle!

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    Going to Mexico next year!

    Let us know where the good dive sites are! Also, where to spend the dreaded surface interval!:
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    In case you need to search for current time of day by city or country (see links on left side of screen):

    http://www.worldtimeserver.com

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    I have a page with an international "clock" plus currency exchange, get 'em both with 1 shot.

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