blue fin divers house reef

Blue fin divers house reef. Starting from the beach of a maximum depth of 6 m at the red buoy. Rocky reef stretching from the beach to the west side.

Sea breams, wrasses, lion fish, starfish, octopus, grouper, mostly juveniles. Occasionally barracudas can be spotted looking for easy prey and turtles eating the seagrass.

Level

Level

  • Beginner
Visibility

Visibility

  • 18 m
Current

Current

  • Light Current
  • No Current

Temperature & Visibility

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This dive can be conducted as a drift dive or normal dive from the back of the boat), because very strong currents can be encountered here. A Drift dive allows you to enjoy the dive without having to fight the current.

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The dive boat anchors close to the reef where you commence the dive swimming along the reef wall, slowly descending to about 15 meters. From the tip of the reef cross the sandy bottom for about 30 meters until you reach the open facade of the wreck. Start with the deepest point, the stern.

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A beautiful reef which can be dived all the way around. Begin on the southwest side and work your way around clockwise. From sandy, rocky bottom with scattered Posidonia Grass, the scenery changes to a more black and red colored, rocky wall with nice little overhangs and corals.

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At the southern tip of Makronisi Island, this site is where you can often see little barracuda (Loutsa). You begin the dive cruising the Western wall southwards at about 5-6 meters. There is a crevice in the reef tongue which extends from the south side of the island; this is where you cross over to the eastern side.

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Bristol Beaufighter (Wreck)

The remains of this Bristol Beaufighter were discovered in June 2007, near the Greek island of Naxos. A team of divers had been searching for the wreck for over a year, following stories that a Beaufighter was ditched in the area during World War II.

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An excellent sandy bottom dive for beginners, try scuba diving, and open water diver courses, with very calm waters and excellent visibility. No currents and you can usual spot great marine life in the sandy bottom.

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The name tells it all, a fun little dive with a max depth of 12 meters, lovely swim around, some great rock formations, lots of marine life, especially damselfish, and some nice historical Amphora.

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Canyons is a unique dive as it has a complex meandering route going around the rock formations offset from Dryonisi island. This dive site can be accessed even if the wind is very strong, but is more suitable for advanced divers with good air consumption.

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A great dive for all levels of divers, generally with no current. Even with the north winds and choppy water that Paros is notorious for, the south side of Dryonisi is calm, flat, and protected. The dive itself has a different topography from other sites, the rocks are sharper and more jagged.

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A small rocky islet located a mile away from Alyco Bay. Maximum depth of 34m. Possible for beginners at shallower depth. Long dive of 50 minutes is necessary to go all the way around the rock.

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