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  • Package of 6 Boat Dives

Description

This program includes 6 boat dives in a duration of 3 days - the Elephant Cave Program, the British Shipwreck Program and the Wall Diving Program.

Day 1 - The Elephant Cave Program
The cavern’s entrance is between 7.5 and 12 meters deep with a width of about 9 meters. After swimming in for about 40 meters a series of exquisite red and white stalagmites and stalactites are revealed to greet divers as they emerge into the cave. Divers enter a world that has existed peacefully, for centuries transformed into a fabulous underwater paradise of colour and remarkable natural features. The cave’s natural “decoration” is absolutely magical.

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Day 2 - The British Shipwreck Program
The name Minnewaska comes from the American Indian word meaning clear water. The ship was built in Belfast in November 1908 and It was 183 meters long constructed as a passenger steamer. During the first world war the ship was used by the British military to transport troops. On the 29th November 1916 the ship was leaving Souda the troops onboard when she struck a mine laid by a German submarine UC23.

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Day 3 - The Wall Diving Program
The underwater “wall” created from the submerged edge of cliffs, creates a natural shelter for marine life. This dive is very interesting as it provides an opportunity to see the natural fauna and flora of the island. Divers can see schools of large and small fish such as groupers, as well as other organisms that the instructors will point out during the dive.


Package of 6 Boat Dives

260.00€

Available Options

General Information

- All bookings are subject to availability. If the program is not available for your selected date/s, we will suggest an alternative program.

- Confirmation will be received within 48 hours of your booking.

- Children must be accompanied by an adult.

- Not recommended for people with heart complaints or other serious medical conditions. All participants will be required to complete a health questionnaire prior to diving. Some pre-existing medical conditions (for example asthma, heart conditions, etc.) may prevent you from diving, please consult your doctor.

- Not recommended for pregnant women.

- All diving programs are subject to favorable weather conditions. If canceled due to poor weather, you will be given the option of an alternative date or full refund.

Cancellation Policy

- If you cancel at least 7 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is no cancellation fee.

- If you cancel between 3 and 6 day(s) in advance of the scheduled departure, there is a 50 percent cancellation fee.

- If you cancel within 2 day(s) of the scheduled departure, there is a 100 percent cancellation fee.

This program includes 6 boat dives in a duration of 3 days - the Elephant Cave Program, the British Shipwreck Program and the Wall Diving Program.

Day 1 - The Elephant Cave Program
The cavern’s entrance is between 7.5 and 12 meters deep with a width of about 9 meters. After swimming in for about 40 meters a series of exquisite red and white stalagmites and stalactites are revealed to greet divers as they emerge into the cave. Divers enter a world that has existed peacefully, for centuries transformed into a fabulous underwater paradise of colour and remarkable natural features. The cave’s natural “decoration” is absolutely magical.

read more

Day 2 - The British Shipwreck Program
The name Minnewaska comes from the American Indian word meaning clear water. The ship was built in Belfast in November 1908 and It was 183 meters long constructed as a passenger steamer. During the first world war the ship was used by the British military to transport troops. On the 29th November 1916 the ship was leaving Souda the troops onboard when she struck a mine laid by a German submarine UC23.

read more

Day 3 - The Wall Diving Program
The underwater “wall” created from the submerged edge of cliffs, creates a natural shelter for marine life. This dive is very interesting as it provides an opportunity to see the natural fauna and flora of the island. Divers can see schools of large and small fish such as groupers, as well as other organisms that the instructors will point out during the dive.