We are located on the island of Kea, one of the most beautiful islands of the Cyclades group, in the Aegean archipelago in Greece. Kea is a location which exudes a sense of refinement and with a distinctive air of sophistication, for people who love the arts and culture and who wish to avoid the trappings of massive tourism. A perfect island for year-round holidays. Kea is also considered as one of the best scuba diving areas in Greece.
We provide scuba diving sessions for everyone, starting from children 8 years old to adults who have reached 75 years of age yet feel youthful and healthy.
Even if you have never tried before, now you have the chance to discover scuba diving, here in Kea, with us !!
Regardless whether you are experienced or not, we can customize the ideal program for you, following the internationally acknowledged high standards set by PADI.
Even for technical divers we can guide and support you, to conduct demanding deep wreck expeditions to the worldwide famous wrecks in the area.
If however you do not feel ready to scuba dive, we can take you for a snorkeling trip around the island with our speedboats to any of the 20 or so most remote beaches of Kea, accessible only by boat. For example, we can visit the famous archeological site of Karthea, on the southeastern coast of the island, where you can walk around the temples and go snorkelling above the exquisite ancient peer, sunken below the surface of the water, very close to the shoreline. We can take you also to nearby islands for daily trips, or just do private speedboat transfers.
We have been diving and sailing in Kea for many years, and we are familiar with every hidden corner, every cave, wreck and reef, as well as all the secret tiny beaches around the island.
We just need a few supplies, some drinks, some snacks and we can have the perfect day, to remember all our lives!!
Don’t miss the chance!!!
We know all about scuba diving
We know all about the island
We know all about the Aegean Archipelago
Special thanks to our fellows Derk Remmers and Armando Ribeiro for those wonderful fotos