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Dive with a dive guide to the impressive wrecks of the Battle of Leros, that rest for over 70 years in the clear blue water of the Aegean Sea.Landing crafts, bombers and others are telling the story of war, like an underwater museum.The wrecks are...more
My husband and I chose to dive with Hydrovius Diving Center, based on a great recommendation from Liamis Dive Center on Kos. We are advanced open water divers with more than 80 recreational dives.
Kostas and his wife are wonderful dive guides and demonstrated superb...More
excellent diving center with highly qualified divers
my son had 8 dives with them and couldn’t find anything negative to say
they have amazing diving spots
they offer you perfect and secure equipment and are very professional
I have been diving for more than 30 years round the world, for about 1000 dives, and I can recommend Leros Hydrovius diving center as one of the best diving center that I dived with. If you are and old fish like me, Kostas and...More
I'm not an experienced diver but they'll take you to the easiest wrecks if you're a beginner like me. Really impressive and great fun. Like many greek people, dive masters are very nice and friendly people. If you like diving, this is a must do...More
I don't understand why there are not more people diving on Leros. It is just amazing. There are many WWII wrecks to explore. Unique dives you don't find anywhere else.
And Kostas does a great job as the most calm and friendly instructor you could...More
Yep sure you can go to Chuck Lagoon, Scapa flow or the Thistlegorm. All very famous and a must for every one interested in military historical wrecks.
But what sets Leros apart is the superb condition of the wrecks and low scale tourism. You and...More
This summer I experienced several dives around Leros. For those who love wreck diving it's an experience you cannot miss. Several divesites with interesting wreck from WW II: planes, landing craft, anti submarine nets, ship wrecks etc..
The diving center Hydrovius offered me a challenging...More
Leros people like to describe their island as the "Malta" of the Aegean Sea.
As far as wreck diving (not penetration dives) the title can be justified. Plenty of dive sites with remnants from WWII, ranging from 12 meters to 53 and even deeper ones....More
A diving center with all the necesary documents and certifications. Safe travel to the diving point with a boat. They even gave as a temporary Dan insurance for our dives. Later on we got an email from Padi and Dan with some kind of answering...More
If it were to rate the dive sites around Leros I would be compelled to give a very high rating. Usually there is not that much to see in Greece but if one is interested in wrecks and WW II Leros is very fascinating.
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LerosActive2014, selling agency at Hydrovius Diving Center, responded to this reviewResponded 24 August 2014
Being the agency that sold the certain dive program, I am very sorry that the dive experience of this critic's writer was disappointing. The disappointment was not adressed to the divesites but in particular to the dive center. I accept the opinion of our clients...More