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  • Shore Dive

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    Join us for either a single or double shore dive running daily at Scubalife. Located just a short distance from our dive centre are several dive sites, all easily accessible from the shore and each with there own unique features. From rocky bottoms to reef walls our sites are diverse and flourishing with life. Recommended for beginners or the diver that has not been in the water for some time, get back into the flow of thing with some of the best shore diving in Attica.
  • Night Dive

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    Who says no to a night dive? Why not spend an evening with us exploring the beautiful bays and reefs of the Saronic Gulf under the  glow of the moon lit sky. Change up your diving and interact with the nocturnal marine animals that really come to life when the sun goes down. If you have been night diving before, you know how magical it can be and we eagerly await for you to join us.
  • Join us for the most fascinating diving around Athens and the Attica Peninsula in Greece. Conveniently located within 10 miles of our base, there are over 20 dive sites right on our doorstep. This is the best diving in Attica and our premier destination. From shipwrecks to car cemeteries to caverns and everything in between, there is a new dive spot on every corner. We’ll explore uninhabited islands, rocky outcrops and find ancient relics both in and out of the water. Beautiful underwater topography too including canyons, cracks, caverns, archways and sandy passageways.
    Let us show you around our hood – we’re right in the heart of wreck diving in Greece!
  • For a wilder, more remote experience, join us for a diving trip to Makronissos. This historic, long, and rugged island stretches down the west side of the Attica Peninsula and has numerous coves to explore. A bit further, this is one of our longer 2-tank dive trips and gives you a feeling of adventure! Dive sites around Makronissos include reefs, plane wrecks, shipwrecks, and small canyons. Exploring on land is possible too. Known as the Greek Alcatraz, Makronissos was an exile island during the Greek Civil war and there are plenty of sights to see. We know all the best ones!
  • SSI Try Scuba

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    Have you ever wondered what it’s like to explore underwater? Experience amazing marine life first-hand while peacefully floating in a weightless environment. Try Scuba Diving with us! This program allows you to experience the underwater world without committing to a certification course. After completion, if you decide to continue to an Open Water Diver course, this program will count as one of your training dives. We have always felt that diving should be an activity shared with friend and family, exploring the underwater world is made even more memorable when you get to enjoy the experience together!      
  • Join us for the most fascinating diving around Athens and the Attica Peninsula in Greece. Conveniently located within 10 miles of our base, there are over 20 dive sites right on our doorstep. This is the best diving in Attica and our premier destination. From shipwrecks to car cemeteries to caverns and everything in between, there is a new dive spot on every corner. We’ll explore uninhabited islands, rocky outcrops and find ancient relics both in and out of the water. Beautiful underwater topography too including canyons, cracks, caverns, archways and sandy passageways.
    Let us show you around our hood – we’re right in the heart of wreck diving in Greece!
  • Diving at depths up to 60m for Normoxic Trimix certified divers and bottoms times according to your level and experience. Whether you have just been introduced to the tech diving realm, or are an old hand seeking to explore more and extend your experience this trip has what you are looking for. Join Scubalife on a dive journey into history. Visit WW1 and WW2 wrecks, deep one-of-a-kind topographic formations and see human artifacts from another time. Perfect for Tech beginners who want to build experience and see some fantastic wrecks and deep dive sites. Tech 1 wrecks are all located in the 15-20 NM range from our base. Usually one good, long dive a day, our possible dives include:

    CS RETRIEVER at Glyfada, a small cable layer ship that was bombed and sunk in 1941 by the German Luftwaffe during the invasion of Greece.

    MV PILAROS at Alimos marina – a motor ship sunk in 1976 while avoiding collision with another ship She sits at 35 – 52 metres.

    SS ORIA at Patroklos Island – a Norwegian steam ship that was used as a transport vessel for Italian POWs before sinking near the island of Patroklos after being caught in a storm. Although the ship was recovered for scrap in the 60s, there are many fascinating artifacts to see strewn about the seabed.

    Focke-Wulf Fw 200 Condor in Saronida – 

    Junkers Ju 52 in Sounio – 

    SS ROSA VLASI – between Makronissos and Lavrio “Rosa Vlassi” loaded with a cargo of 2900 tones of mixed ferro-silicon, left Piraeus on 24 December 1959. About a mile and a half south of Sounio, she started to incline at an angle of 40-45 degrees. The Captain broadcast a Mayday and the crew prepared for the worst. Captain lost control of the helm and the ship overturned and sank.

  • Some of our best diving is around Kea Island, famous for being the last resting place of the Britannic and a first-class wreck diving destination in Greece. Part cosmopolitan, part wild, this pristine island is surrounded by deep water and great for technical diving too. It’s remote with a distinct Cycladic feel to it and offers a diverse range of diving opportunities. You can dive walls, wrecks, drop-offs and the highlight of the area is the PSS Patris – a 150-year-old paddle steamer shipwreck. We will do 2 dives on Kea and have the opportunity to discover Ancient Karthaia onshore too. The Acropolis at Karthaia Bay dates back to the 8th century BC and has incredible views over the Aegean. Depending on the group’s mood and time frame, we can add more to our trip by enjoying the local cuisine in Kampi bay.
  • For a wilder, more remote experience, join us for a diving trip to Makronissos. This historic, long, and rugged island stretches down the west side of the Attica Peninsula and has numerous coves to explore. A bit further, this is one of our longer 2-tank dive trips and gives you a feeling of adventure! Dive sites around Makronissos include reefs, plane wrecks, shipwrecks, and small canyons. Exploring on land is possible too. Known as the Greek Alcatraz, Makronissos was an exile island during the Greek Civil war and there are plenty of sights to see. We know all the best ones!
  • Our day trip diving around Aegina Island in the Saronic Gulf offers excellent diving, close to Athens. A charming, easygoing, and popular destination, the diving around Aegina is superb. There is a triangle of wreck, volcanic and rocky dive sites between the mainland, rocky islets, and this verdant island. The top dive here is AVANTIS III, a sunken cargo ship, good for all recreational and technical diving levels. She crashed into the Doroussa islet in 2004 and is in excellent condition. The site is well-sheltered from the wind too. Aegina is a verdant, sheltered island with romantic streets and towns that exude simple charm. After a hard day’s diving, we usually stop in Perdika for a delicious traditional Greek meal before heading back to base.
  • PSS PATRIS on SW Kea – a British-built paddle steamer sunk in 1868. The Patris was making for Syros Island but foundered on the reef in the dark. All four hundred passengers and crew were rescued. She now sits in two sections at 50m and 30m. She’s a sleeping beauty, covered with growth all along the rib-like structures.

  • For those with Hypoxic Trimix certification and considerable experience, we have some really special dives for you. On our Hypoxic Trimix Dive Trip, we'll be diving up to 75m, or up to 90m if you have the designated depth on your certification and serious experience. One good, long dive per day, our possible dives include: SS MONROSA - South of Arsida islet - An Italian steam cargo ship, she went down in 1941 having been struck by the British submarine HMS Triumph on her way to Piraeus. Accompanied by some defender ships, a short battle ensued, but the submarine managed to dive and get away. She is large and lies between 75-90m. SS PATRIS (not to be confused with PSS Patris) Patroklos Island. The carrier Patris , built in England in 1902, was travelling from Piraeus to Naxos in June 1927 and collided with the carrier Mosxanthi Togia sinking within 2 minutes. Eleven lives were lost. She lies at depths between 67 and 72m. SS ROSA VLASI – between Makronissos and Lavrio “Rosa Vlasi” loaded with a cargo of 2900 tones of mixed ferro-silicon, left Piraeus on 24 December 1959. About a mile and a half south of Sounio, she started to incline at an angle of 40-45 degrees. The Captain broadcast a Mayday and the crew prepared for the worst. Captain lost control of the helm and the ship overturned and sank. German U-boat U-133 – NW Saronic Gulf German submarine U-133 was a Type VIIC U-boat built for Nazi Germany's Kriegsmarine for service during World War II. She sank with all hands lost after striking a mine off Aegina island Greece on 14 March 1942.
  • AVANTIS III (one of our flagship dives) Dorousa Island, Aegina – She was built in 1977 as a cargo ship. On November 19th, 2004 en route from Messolonghi to Cyprus carrying construction materials and crew of 12, she hit the islet and sank with one casualty.

  • Do you want to extend your dive time and explore the dive sites you love for longer? Join the SSI Enriched Air Nitrox specialty program and become a Nitrox diver! This is the perfect course to get the most out of your dive time, especially on multi-dive days, and helps minimize diver fatigue. Increase your bottom times and safety margins, plus shorten your surface intervals - learn how to dive with enriched air mixtures of up to 40% oxygen. Upon completion, you will earn an SSI Enriched Air Nitrox 32% or 40% certification.
  • This program provides the skills and concepts required to safely and comfortably navigate underwater during a dive. You will learn how to use a compass and natural navigation techniques, estimate distance, basic navigation patterns and how to leave and return to a designated point. You will earn the SSI Navigation Specialty certification after completing this program.
  • Enhance your senses! This program provides the skills and concepts required to safely and comfortably dive at night or in limited visibility conditions. Some of the ocean's most amazing creatures only come out at night, so your dive doesn't have to end when the sun goes down. You will learn how to enter and exit the water, use specialized equipment, and how to communicate and dive with a buddy at night or in limited visibility. You will earn the SSI Night Diving and Limited Visibility Specialty certification after completing this program.
  • If your diving activities have extended bottom times or you would like to dive in colder water, you will need proper thermal protection. GUE's Drysuit Diver course prepares divers for dry suit diving using proper equipment and techniques.
  • Keep diving all year long and in colder climates with the SSI Drysuit Diving certification. The SSI Dry Suit Diving specialty program teaches you everything you need to know about diving safely in a dry suit. The course covers equipment handling and configuration, theory and dry suit emergency procedures. Upon completion, you will earn the SSI Dry Suit Diving specialty certification.
  • Snorkeling Trips

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    Book on to our snorkelling trips to take you on a half day adventure around the historic Attica peninsula. We visit two Patroklos island to snorkel and swim in a secluded bay and Arsida islet to snorkel on the Canyon.  Hidden below the surface you will see wreck relics and have the chance to spot sea turtles, perhaps dolphins, seals and many more amazing ocean life.
  • SSI Deep Diving

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    Many exciting dive sites are located in deeper water. Without proper training, this kind of diving puts you at risk. The SSI Deep Diving Specialty will give you the ability to safely and comfortably plan and conduct dives beyond 18 meters, and is a prerequisite for some advanced training. You will earn the SSI Deep Diving Specialty certification after completing this program.
  • A great combination to venture deeper and stay longer - up to 40 metres! Build the capacity and knowledge to dive beyond the open water level and access more of our best dive spots. You'll learn to safely and comfortably plan and conduct dives beyond 18 meters up to 40m using Enriched Air Nitrox to increase your bottom time.
  • This certification allows you to safely visit and explore the underwater environment you have probably dreamed of and become part of a group of enthusiastic divers who share the same passion for underwater adventures! This globally-recognized certification program is the best way to begin your life-long adventure as a certified scuba diver. Personalized training is combined with in-water practice sessions to ensure you have the skills and experience required to become truly comfortable underwater. You will earn the SSI Open Water Diver certification. Learning to dive is an incredibly fun and enjoyable experience, being introduced to new equipment, diving techniques and new environment to explore is an adventure in its self. However, the learning process is made ever more fun if you learn to dive with friends or family.
  • Join us for the most fascinating diving around Athens and the Attica Peninsula in Greece for six days of recreational diving! With us at Scubalife its not all about wrecks and technical dives.
    We also have some incredible reefs in the Saronic Gulf all within the recreational limit allowing everyone to experience some amazing dives aboard our diving boat "Mac D". We never want anyone to miss out in diving and understand that deep wrecks do not interest everyone, for some its diverse aquatic life such as stingrays, turtles and octopus.  For those keen divers we offer a week of diving searching for all the wonderful marine life that call the Aegean its home. 
  • Let’s get technical ! This course offers in-depth knowledge and extensive practice of the different fundamental set of skills to conduct dives up to 40 metres with an obligatory decompression of up to 15 minutes using a single decompression gas of up to 50% oxygen. This is your first step towards technical and mixed gas diving.
  • This certification allows you to safely visit and explore the underwater environment you have probably dreamed of and become part of a group of enthusiastic divers who share the same passion for underwater adventures! This globally-recognized certification program is the best way to begin your life-long adventure as a certified scuba diver. Personalized training is combined with in-water practice sessions to ensure you have the skills and experience required to become truly comfortable underwater. You will earn the SSI Open Water Diver certification. Learning to dive is an incredibly fun and enjoyable experience, being introduced to new equipment, diving techniques and new environment to explore is an adventure in its self. However, the learning process is made ever more fun if you learn to dive with friends or family.
  • The GUE Fundamentals course is designed to cultivate the essential skills required for sound diving practice. Included among its course outcomes are: to provide the recreational diver, who does not desire diver training beyond the recreational level, with an opportunity to advance their basic diving skills; to train divers in the theory and practice of Nitrox; to provide divers with aspirations for more advanced diver training with the tools that will contribute to a greater likelihood of success; and to provide non-GUE trained divers with a gateway into GUE training.
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    Κομψό και Eξελιγμένο! Απλό και Ισχυρό!

    Χρησιμοποιώντας τις υπερσύγχρονες τεχνικές κατασκευής, τα καινοτόμα κατασκευαστικά υλικά και τις υποδείξεις των καταναλωτών, η Shearwater δημιούργησε με επιτυχία έναν καταδυτικό υπολογιστή με χαμηλό προφίλ και κομψό σχεδιασμό χωρίς να θυσιάζει χαρακτηριστικά ζωτικής σημασίας για τους δύτες τεχνικών καταδύσεων. Το Perdix ενσωματώνει ό,τι αγαπάτε στον καταδυτικό υπολογιστή Petrel, απλώς είναι μικρότερος.

  • New wreck and cave destination in Greece! We introduce an off the beaten track destination to include WW2 aircraft and a spectacular cave system in Paros island. Besides the beautiful location and the Aegean spirit Paros has to offer, there are a few diving gems hidden in the heart of the Aegean to include the Amphitrite cave, the Bristol Beaufighter, an WW2 British aircraft and the MS Marianna cargo ship. Local cuisine delights and the amazing landscape do not need an introduction. We will explore them too! Bristol Type 156 Beaufighter on SW Naxos MS MARIANNA – Originally known as “Neils Maersk” and later renamed by Greek ship owners, the “Marianna” was a 91 meter cargo ship built in 1961 in Holland.  The wreck sunk in 1981 whilst traveling from the Red Sea to the Port of Piraeus when it hit Amaras rocks between the islands of Naxos and Paros.   The ship was transporting several thousand tons of barley, metals and pesticides. All the 24 crew were rescued safely and today The Marianna wreck rests at 24meters depth. Originally it measured 35m long, but when it hit Amaras the bow was sticking out above water, so in 1982 it was exploded and now the bow rests on the rocks while the remaining ¾ of the ship is 20 meters away laying upright in the sand. AMPHITRITE CAVE - The cave of Amphitrite is located on the SW side of Paros, amid a cluster of small islands. Amphitrite is the only known submarine cave in the Aegean sea and specifically in the Cyclades cluster. Its entrance is at -6m deep. Upon entering, there is a small cavern that reflects just a small fraction of the cave’s real beauty. Amphitrite has a very impressive decoration, with beautiful stalactite and stalagmite material enveloped in a delicate white sand veil. Amphitrite has 2 main lines. Line A is about 250m with a maximum depth of -24m and average depth at -17m. Line B about 150-180m and the maximum depth of -50m reaches. The cave has a steady temperature of 17-19 degrees Celsius all year round. In its depths, the diver will encounter a magnificent decoration, as the Amphitrite was a dry cave before 8.000-9.000 years ago. At -50m there are animal bone remains, probably from a turtle. Line A gives divers the opportunity of an easy swim, with a Nitrox bottom gas of 32% O2 that allows for at least a 45-50 minutes dive without deco.
  • One of the most competent open water courses in the industry. If you want to start good, you go full throttle! Use of Nitrox, max 21m, SMB deployment, basic navigation, basic rescue skills.

    GUE’s Recreational Diver Level 1 course is designed to provide non-divers with sufficient knowledge, skill, and experience to dive within the limits of similarly qualified scuba divers. Qualified GUE Recreational Diver Level 1 divers are able to dive under conditions equal to or better than those in which they were trained with appropriate surface support and with individuals holding the same or a higher level of certification while using Nitrox 32 or air within minimum decompression limits.

  • Your new diving experience starts at 45! Your technical diving gateway!  You are probably here because there are some amazing dive spots and wrecks you can’t enjoy within recreational dive limits.  The Extended Range (XR) course focuses on expand your diving skills as well as your knowledge to safely and confidently plan and execute dives up to 45 metres of depth using Air or Limited Trimix as a back gas and one deco mix up to 100% oxygen to accelerate your deco time obligation. You will learn to plan a dive using a Deco Plan Software to a maximum of 25 minutes of deco.  You will learn to use of double tanks, use and handle of a deco stage tank, improve your basic skills including buoyancy, kicks and equally important to expand your situational awareness as a diver. 
  • Happy 60!! Explore deeper, explore longer. The intent of the SSI Technical Extended Range program is to provide divers with the knowledge and diving practice to safely plan and execute a dive up to the 60m range using Trimix of oxygen content between 18-21% and Helium content with a maximum END of 30m and use of two deco gasses for accelerated deco.
  • For those with Hypoxic Trimix certification and considerable experience, we have some really special dives for you. On our Hypoxic Trimix Dive Trip, we'll be diving up to 75m, or up to 90m if you have the designated depth on your certification and serious experience. One good, long dive per day, our possible dives include: SS MONROSA - South of Arsida islet - An Italian steam cargo ship, she went down in 1941 having been struck by the British submarine HMS Triumph on her way to Piraeus. Accompanied by some defender ships, a short battle ensued, but the submarine managed to dive and get away. She is large and lies between 75-90m. SS PATRIS (not to be confused with PSS Patris) Patroklos Island. The carrier Patris , built in England in 1902, was travelling from Piraeus to Naxos in June 1927 and collided with the carrier Mosxanthi Togia sinking within 2 minutes. Eleven lives were lost. She lies at depths between 67 and 72m. SS ROSA VLASI – between Makronissos and Lavrio “Rosa Vlasi” loaded with a cargo of 2900 tones of mixed ferro-silicon, left Piraeus on 24 December 1959. About a mile and a half south of Sounio, she started to incline at an angle of 40-45 degrees. The Captain broadcast a Mayday and the crew prepared for the worst. Captain lost control of the helm and the ship overturned and sank. German U-boat U-133 – NW Saronic Gulf German submarine U-133 was a Type VIIC U-boat built for Nazi Germany's Kriegsmarine for service during World War II. She sank with all hands lost after striking a mine off Aegina island Greece on 14 March 1942.
  • GUE’s Technical Diver Level 1 course is designed to prepare divers for the rigors of technical diving and to familiarize them with the use of different breathing and decompression mixtures. Additional course outcomes include: cultivating, integrating, and expanding the essential skills required for safe technical diving; problem identification and resolution; the use of a double tanks configuration and the potential failure problems associated with it; the use of Nitrox for accelerated and general decompression strategies; the use of helium to minimize narcosis; and the applications of single decompression stage diving with respect to decompression procedures.

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