Koundouros reef is located in the east side of Kea Island. Crystall clear water and every kind of marine life promise to make any dive in this reef unforgettable. Many hidden suprises await the divers who visit the reefÖ
The cargo vessel Apollonia II built in 1955 hit the reef the 10th of June 1980. Today it offers a very nice dive to both novice and advanced scuba divers. Two of the biggest parts of the ship (the bow and the stern) are lying in relatively shallow water (18-24 m). Combined with the excellent…
Cargo ship Kyra Leni sunk in 1978 very close to Patroclos island. Today its one of the favorite dives for many divers since the shallow depth and the relatively intact bow of the ship allows for a relaxing wreck dive.
This the middle of the three reefs of Makronisos island. Its position and the almost permanent current result in excellent visibility and a big variety of underwater life. Minimum depth is 4 meters while the edge of the reef goes down to 24 meters.
This is the third reef of Makronisos Island. The reef comes up almost to the surface and it?s characterized by the northern current that?s almost always present. Excellent visibility, big variety of underwater life offers us a drift dive that you will remember for long time.
The M/V Portugal hit the southwest side of the reef.As a result of this collision the ship broke in to two pieces. The biggest of them sunk on the reef. Today one of those pieces of Portugal is lying in a depth of 26 to 40 meters offering another exciting diving spot in the reef.
Rosa Vlasi, a cargo steamship, sunk southwest of Makronisos Island during a storm. It is located intact in a depth of 51 meters lying on its port side. This is a staged decompression dive for very experienced divers.
The north side of the reef is actually a complex of very big rocks that offer shelter to some very impressive groupers. It a dive for the more experienced divers since the depth reaches 40 meters. At the end of this complex a wall begins from about 35 meters deep giving the chance for a multilevel…
Very interesting dive at the southeast side of Makronisos island. Small depth and a big variety in underwater life make this dive ideal for underwater photographers. It also offers us some very nice night dives.