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Ancient Shipwrecks Found Near Greece’s Levitha Islet

Five 2,000-year-old shipwrecks have been discovered near the Greek islet of Levitha with very significant finds, according to the Greek Culture Ministry.

Düsseldorf 50th boot Show a Stepping Stone for Greek Sea Tourism

Aiming to diversify its tourist offerings, Greece enhanced its presence at the 2019 boot Düsseldorf International Boat and Watersports Show.

Greece’s Upgraded Sea Tourism Offerings on Show at 50th ‘boot Düsseldorf’

Greece's best in sea tourism is on display at the worlds largest boat show‎ "boot Düsseldorf", running in Germany until January 27.

Naxos Underwater Excavations Offer New Insight into Ancient Ports

Underwater surveys off the Greek island of Naxos have identified the location of a number of sites of archaeological significance.

Blue Star Patmos Refloated off Ios Island

Six tugs reset the Blue Star Patmos afloat, after it ran aground near Ios island in August leading to the emergency evacuation of some 205 passengers.

More Ancient Treasures Come to Light at Kythira Shipwreck

More ancient treasures were uncovered by marine archaeologists at underwater excavations of the legendary shipwreck, the Mentor, at Kythira.

More Shipwrecks Found off Fournoi Isles Fascinate the World

The number of shipwrecks found around the Greek island complex of Fournoi comes to 45 after a second archaeological research mission uncovered and documented 23 more wrecks during June 8-July 2.

Ship ‘Resting’ at Zakynthos Navagio Beach Deteriorating

The shipwrecked MV Panagiotis 'gracing' the world famous Navagio Beach on the Greek isle of Zakynthos is at risk, a team of experts visiting the site said last week.

Kea Steps in as Diving Destination, Showcases 100 Years of Shipwrecks

Shipwrecks, diving and marine history will be the focus of an international conference to take place on the Cycladic island of Kea on September 30-October 2.

Greek Diving Tourism in the Spotlight at boot Düsseldorf 2016

Greek scuba-diving options, trends and products recently traveled to Germany and took center stage at one of the world’s largest watersports trade fairs, boot Düsseldorf 2016.

Shipwrecks & Marine Magic at Greece’s Underwater Park

Shipwrecks and marine sites of historic significance will take “center stage” in the first underwater park to be created in the waters surrounding the Greek island of Evia

Greek Diving Tourism Showcased at London’s DIVE Event

Aiming to tap into Europe’s market of over 5 million divers, 11 scuba-diving centers joined Scuba Hellas in a presentation of Greece’s scuba offerings during the two-day Birmingham Dive Show (DIVE) held at London’s NEC earlier this fall.