Kea Scuba Diving

The sea bottom around Kea and the strait between Kea and Makronissos provide great chances for scuba diving in Kea. Due to the strong sea currents, this region is better suitable for experienced divers. However, some reefs and underwater caves are convenient for beginners.

The most significant diving site is the wreck of the famous HMS Britannic, a sister ship to the Titanic. This wreck is found at 120 m depth, making it accessible only to experienced divers. A 100-year-old wreck is also the French cargo ship Burdigala, close to Korissia port. Diving spots of interest include the Koundouros Reef and the underwater parts of Ancient Karthea town.

Here are some diving centers on the island. Each diving center is presented with detailed text, photos, and coordinates.

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Kea Divers

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Keadivers opened in 2013 and their base is on the beach of Korissia. They offer snorkeling and diving trips to famous wrecks around the island, such as the wreck of the Brittanic, old wrecks of cargo ships and war airplanes around the seabed of Kea.