Diving in Greece

The fact that Greece is one of the best sailing areas in the world and has a fascinating history, is well known to us. But as a holiday destination for divers, the Hellenic Republic is an insider tip. Diving in Greece was only legalized in 2006, before diving in Greece was severely restricted and permits for dives were necessary.

Greece offers a lot for divers - above all glass-clear water with a visbility of 30 or more meters. But also the geological history of Greece makes diving interesting. Due to the volcanic origin, many caves and grottos are found in Greece, many of them in water less than 18 meters deep. But also the second world war left something for divers. Especially around the island of Leors, there are around 10 wrecks, which can be dived without tech diving training.

Yes, we have not mentioned fishes yet - the swimming underwater world is unfortunately no longer so attractive. The fishing activities in the Mediterranean have also left their mark in Greece.

Our Dive-Boat and Equippment

S/C TAMIRO is not a classical dive boat. It implements a concept, that perfectly combines sailing and diving. Beside of the comfort of a luxury sailing catamaran, it is equipped with the all the gadgets, that makes it to a full dive boot.

E quipped is our boat with four complete dive gears, a dive compressor, and provisions in case of an emergency

Our PADI Courses and Programs

On S/C TAMIRO we dive according to the training and safety standards of PADI. Our skipper is a certified Master Scuba Diver Trainer (MSDT Instructor Level), who runs PADI courses and programs and certifies divers.

W e offer on our sailing catamaran PADI courses and program for beginners, as well as for certified divers. Have you ever been diving? No problem, we train and certify you as a certified PADI Open Water Scuba diver. Have you not dived for a long time? We will take you back underwater with PADI's 'ReActivate' program. Do you want an 'upgrade'? Our PADI forensic courses take you to the next level. Our trainings at a glance:

Diving in Greece, impressions