I found a great resource out there:
There is a table with projected re-opening dates for hotels there too.
I loved the comment under the "How Can We Help" section:
We can help by going back soon! With our continued interest and patronage this wonderful little island will again flourish. By lodging in the hotels, shopping in the stores, dining at the restaurants, and enjoying the great scuba diving; we can play a special part in rebuilding Cozumel…and have a great time while doing it!
Here is today's post:
Tuesday, November 8, 10:00 a.m. CST --- Cozumel Hotel Association
Dear Travel Partners: Please find below the latest news on Cozumel. Thank you all for your continuous support!
COZUMEL, MEXICO, Reports Rapid Recovery
COZUMEL, Mexico (Nov. 8, 2005) - Cozumel tourism officials report rapid progress in the post-hurricane Wilma clean up and restoration effort on the island. According to Raul Marrufo, director of the Cozumel Tourism Promotion Board, “Now that the essential services have been restored to most of the island, we have shifted our focus to prepare the island for winter visitors. We are enthusiastic about our progress and look forward to a busy tourist season starting in December.”
Electricity and water has been restored to 90 percent of the island
The Cozumel Airport officially reopened on October 29, 2005. Mexicana Airlines is currently operating daily flights to Cozumel out of Mexico City. American Airlines will resume its Dallas-to-Cozumel flights on December 16, 2005, operating three flights a week, and Continental has resumed its Houston-to-Cozumel flights, operating three flights a week.
The first cruise ship is scheduled to arrive on November 14, 2005
Several dive shops are open and operating
Officials from the Cozumel National Marine Park are optimistic and report that many reefs along Cozumel are largely undamaged. Shallow reefs, up to 35 feet deep, were most impacted, while reefs found at greater depths are reported to be in good condition. Caverns, including Chankanaab Cavern, F1 Cavern and Aerolito Cavern did not sustain damage and are open.
More than 30 island excursions have been available since October 31, 2005
95 percent of shops and restaurants will be open beginning November 14, 2005
The Cozumel Country Club will reopen the golf course, offering 9 holes, on December 1, 2005
The Atlantis Submarine attraction will reopen on December 15, 2005
Fiesta Holidays is open for snorkeling tours and car rentals
According to Aurelio Joaquin, director of the Foundation of Parks and Museums of Cozumel, “Though the island’s parks have sustained some damage, we are thankful that the ruins at San Gervasio were not harmed. We have already begun efforts to restore the parks and will have them ready for visitors to enjoy by the winter travel season.”
The Museum of the Island of Cozumel is now open and fully operational.
Punta Sur ecological park is currently open for jeep tours.
Reconstruction has started on Chankanaab National Park, with the tentative opening date scheduled for December 20, 2005
The Mayan ruins at San Gervasio were not damaged and the archaeological site will reopen on November 14, 2005.