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Our daily dive schedule is: 1000 AM, 1300 PM, 1530 PM
A typical boat dive schedule could be as follows

PARADISE REEF

Tony the grouper Location: Click here for dive map ( three locations avail )
Depth : 5 to 30m
Travel time: 15 min

We are proud of having so close to our location one of the most often dived reefs. Divers will encounter our friendly grouper Tony and hand feed the hundreds of friendly wrasses. Very good location for beginners.

GROUPER ROCKS

Liveliest reefs in the area Location: Click here for dive map ( six locations avail )
Depth : 10 to 30m
Travel time: 16 min

Not far away from Paradise Reef to the west, Grouper Rocks reef is one of the liveliest reefs in the area. Plenty of friendly wrasses follow the divers on the entire dive. The most important point of interest of this dive though is the antiquities that are encountered throughout the dive.

PELOPONISOS WRECK

PELOPONISOS Wreck Location : Click here for dive map ( three locations avail )
Depth : 20 to 45m
Travel time: 40 min
Requirement: Advanced diver or higher certification

A wreck dated from the 1930s' which sank on the north eastern side of Mykonos next to a reef in the middle of the sea. She was a Greek ship named "Peloponnisos" and has been cut into two pieces. The ship remains in good shape. It is a difficult dive, though, which requires favorable weather conditions due to the wrecks' location. The reef is vivid with lots of colorful fishes and good visibility.

SUPER PARADISE REEF

Octopus, wrasses, morays, and lobsters Location: Click here for dive map ( three locations avail )
Depth : 10 to 35m
Travel time: 22 min

Super Paradise Reef is located just east of Super Paradise beach and is a natural extension of the land. Octopus, wrasses, morays, and lobsters make this area unique. A true dive shelter even for the roughest weather.

PRASONISIA

Spectacular dive spots Location: Click here for dive map ( many locations avail )
Depth : 5 to 18m
Travel time: 30 min

Perhaps one of the most spectacular dive spots, Prasonisia is considered to be a divers paradise. Littered with antiquities, this location will satisfy even the most demanding divers. A very good spot for beginners and advanced divers alike.

DRAGONISI / THE CAVERNS

Spectacular natural rock formations Location: Click here for dive map ( many locations avail )
Depth : 3 to 30m
Travel time: 1 hour ( half day trip )

This dive spot is located at Dragonisi island, an uninhabited private island, a few miles south east of Mykonos. The spectacular natural rock formations that have been dug for thousands of years from the waves, have formed caverns that are inhabited by hundreds of glassfish. The walls are covered with thousands of small yellow sea anemones, a marvel for macro photographers. During this dive it is not uncommon to have a close encounter with a monk seal. Due to the distance and duration of the trip an additional small fee is charged to cover necessary expenses.

OTHER SPOTS AND ACTIVITIES ARE AS FOLLOWS:

OCTOPUS ISLAND / WALL DIVING

Thousands of small yellow sea anemones Location: Click here for dive map ( many locations avail )
Depth : The wall drops down to 60m. Depth is limited to 30 - 35m. Travel time: 1 hour

Situated approx. 10 miles off the South Coast of the island reached within 1 hour's time this spectacular wall offers a profusion of undersea marine life. Sea anemones, sponges, interesting rock formations are all a background to the variety of fish, octopus, sea horses, crabs, sea stars, and morays.

ANNA II WRECK

This is an ideal location for intermediate and advanced divers

Location: Click here for dive map
Depth : Depth is limited to 30 - 35m.
Travel time: 30 min.

This wreck just sunk in mid July, 1995 and is a 60 meter cement carrier. She lays on her side in depths of 18-35 meters. This is an ideal location for intermediate and advanced divers. The wreckage itself attracts a large variety of pelagic marine life and it is not unusual to see schools of amberjacks around the hull. Due to its remote location, a small additional fee is charged for this dive.

Type of dive: Night dives
Depth : 3 to 20m.
Location: A number of locations are available

OTHER LOCATIONS MAY BE INCLUDED BUT NOT LIMITED TO:

Ornos Reef ( three locations available )
Virgin Reef
Kalo Livadi Rocks ( two locations available )
Kalafati's Reef
Cripe's Wreck

Please note that all locations are subject to weather conditions and may not be accessible at all times

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Dive Adventure © 2001 - Athens & Mykonos Island, Cyclades, Greece
Mykonos: Paradise Beach
TEL.: +30-2289024808 TEL/FAX: +30-2289026539
Email. info@diveadventures.gr and info@dive.gr
Athens, 43 Damareos Str., 116 33 Greece

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