Fun Dives (Certified Divers)



When it comes to fun dives; our goal is to provide you with maximum enjoyment!

A diverse list of dives sites and the safest driving conditions are what makes this experience unique.



To ensure this, we keep group sizes to a maximum of 4 divers per Divemaster or Instructor.

Dive Leader
We provide a dive leader from our professional and international team to ensure fun dives are carried out with the highest of safety standards. We’ll also look to buddy you up, if you come alone, based on your certification level, dive experience, and comfort in the water.

Dive Sites
We vary dive sites as much as possible and especially for those divers that book on for multiple dives in order to give you a personalized service according to your experience and dive preferences.

Should you have any specific dive sites of interest, please let our team know so we can do our best to get you there!

Diving these waters for years, our experienced divemasters and instructors are well versed in the dive sites, conditions, and marine life.


We offer dives such as sheltered sandy bays that provide the perfect depth for novice divers. Generally, the boats go out 2 to 3 times a day.

The morning trip leaves for a double tank dive at 10.00 am and will return briefly to base between dive 1 and 2 around 12.00 to pick up late risers.
The afternoon dive trip leaves around 3 pm and gets back around 17.30.

All dives are in different locations with the early morning one being the further out.

There are usually minimal currents, in the waters that we dive in and superb visibility.


Inclusions

  • English speaking Guide
  • Eco-friendly cultural and educational guiding
  • All necessary equipment for the operation of the activity
  • Liability insurance
  • Taxes

What to bring with you:

  • Bottle of water (1,5 liter per person)
  • Any specific medication you are on
  • Short or long sleeve t-shirt (quick-dry if available)
  • Sunscreen
  • Towel
  • Swimwear or shorts
  • Change of dry clothes

Exclusions

  • Additional session time
  • Food and drinks, unless specified
  • Extra Essentials (t-shirt, hat, towel)

Meeting Point: Km 49 Athens to Souniou Avenue, Anavyssos 19013, Attiki Greece

Duration
The Discover Scuba Diving program is an approximately 1.5-2 hour activity. Duration time includes instructions & briefing exploration.

Meeting details

  • Meeting point: Km 49 Athens to Souniou Avenue, Anavyssos
  • Meeting time: Upon request

Capacity

  • Min people/trip: 2
  • Max people/trip: 20

 

Can I eat just before a dive?

Yes. Actually it is a good idea to eat light before a dive. It is not recommended to have a full heavy meal before a dive.

Can I drink alcohol before or during the excursion?

No. Alcohol consumption is not recommended before a dive. It is recommended that heavy drinking should be avoided the evening before.

 

What is PADI?

PADI: Professional Association of Diving Instructors. PADI is the world’s leading scuba diving training organization. With more than forty years’ experience, over 135,000 PADI Professionals and more than 6,000 dive centers worldwide, PADI training materials and services let you experience scuba diving from nearly anywhere. All PADI programs, entry-level through instructor training, fall under strict educational standards to maintain worldwide consistency and quality. PADI takes a proactive approach to, with a full-time department that randomly surveys PADI Divers to monitor PADI programs and to confirm that PADI courses meet PADI’s high standards. This commitment to a strong quality assurance process helps maintain credibility and continually improve customer satisfaction.

How old do you have to be to diving?

According to local law, persons can dive from 10 to 60 years old. A minor from 10 to 18 years old will need written consent from parents or guardians to dive with us. Having your children with you will not be a problem as they can have a safe experience subscribing to the Bubblemaker package.

Is Scuba diving dangerous?

Statistics show that recreational Scuba diving is about as safe as swimming. Certainly, there are potential hazards, which is why you need training, but, like driving a car, as long as you follow the rules and use general common sense, it’s very safe.

Can I wear my glasses under the mask?

No, but under the water, sight is magnified by one third more and we are only interested in seeing objects close to us.

Can I wear my contact lenses under the mask?

Yes, soft lenses can be worn, but we advise not to wear hard or medium hard lenses because there is a possibility to lose them. Sight underwater is magnified by one third more.

I am with my boyfriend/girlfriend during the holidays. I want to dive but he/she doesn’t. What we can do?

You can book the day trip for both of you. You can dive and he/she can come like a spectator or snorkeler on the boat. Check here for the price.

I am with a friend who is on the Try diving program will we be separated?

No, you will be all on the same boat. The only time that you will be separated is while you are diving during your second dive.

Are there any dangerous marine species in your diving areas?

No there are not any dangerous species here in Kos/Pserimos. There isn’t any diving accident recorded in the history of sport diving in Kos/Pserimos with a marine creature involved.

 



 To participate requires full acceptance of regulations:

  1. Participants who have not reached 10 years of age are not able to participate
  2. Participants who have not reached 18 years of age are required to submit a statement from their parents.
  3. Valid participation is considered to be valid after it has been paid off financially.
  4. Any participant who decides to cancel/postpone his/her participation is not entitled to a refund.
  5. Participants are obliged to fully comply with the regulations set by the trainers. They are also obliged to obey the suggestions of the trainers designated by the organizer. Failure to comply with the regulations or instructions will result in the exclusion penalty, with no refund or any other costs.
  6. Participants are involved at their own risk and the organizing authority is not responsible for any injuries they may have, as stated in the statement of responsibility or here.
  7. Participants must have been examined by a physician who has judged them capable of participating in a particular experience. Medical advice must not be older than 30 days from the last day of the experience.
  8. It is strictly forbidden to dispose any kind of object during the whole experience, such as plastic bottles or any other solid or liquid food packaging material used. Disposal of packaging materials or other non-organic waste anywhere on the route beyond the predetermined, carries an exclusion penalty, no refund, or any other costs.
  9. In case of need, the trainers reserve the right to postpone the start of the event in order not to endanger the physical integrity of the participants. In very extreme conditions the trainer can cancel the event.
  10. Participant exclusion occurs for: a) Pollution of the site. b) Inappropriate behavior towards the organizing staff. c) Inappropriate behavior toward other participants. d) Non-compliance with these Regulations.
  11. The organizers are not responsible for the deaths, injuries or any damage to the health of the participants who, upon submitting their request for participation, declare that they are aware of the risks involved including those allegedly attributed to the negligent acts or omissions of the foregoing that their health status is good and allows them to participate, and they have recently been examined by a doctor on this subject. However, no participant will be required to submit a medical certificate. They are obliged to perform regular medical checkups in order to check their health status. The event managers disclaim any responsibility for the physical integrity of the participants, who should behave responsibly at any dangerous points on the route.
  12. Participants consent to be featured in photographs or any other media from the event, which shall be used exclusively to promote the experience.
  13. The organizers have the authority to modify the rules and regulations of the event, with no further notice.  

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