Certain diving destinations are extremely popular owing to their magnificent sea-bed and the abundance of sea creatures living there. Naturally everywhere in Greece one can try free-diving, as long as one has the skill and the appropriate equipment. Yet some locations have become meeting points for scuba-divers to share their passion for exploring the deep, photography or underwater fishing. Greece and Greeek islands are a scuba diver’s heaven. Explorers are enchanted by the magnificent seabed, vivid colours and crystal-clear waters.
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Britannic was the largest ship lost in the First World War.
HMHS Britannic was the sister ship of RMS Olympic and RMS Titanic.
Panormitis lies sunken at a depth of 32 meters, northwest of the peripheral island of Telendos, close to Kalymnos, 100 meters away from the uninhabited rocky islet of Epano.
In 1966, while sailing from Leros to Kalymnos, it struck a rock islet.
Diving here reveals one of the world’s most impressive shipwrecks
Patris paddle steamer of exceptional shipbuilding design for its time, lies sunken off the southwestern part of Kea, a Cyclades island
This British naval submarine remains virtually undamaged.
On December 6, 1941, the submarine Perseus, while floating on the sea surface off Cephalonia’s Katelios area, hit an Italian mine.
A total of 28 years after this fatal flight, the aircraft’s features have remained intact.
Located by Marmaropetra bay at the northern end of Makronissos island at a depth of 18 metres