Participation

ACTS ON FACTS
– The following scuba diving programs are concern individuals with or without experience that have the intense wish to explore a new world, the Underwater World. Both inexperienced and certified divers could enjoy, one of the programs that suit them and take action to protect the environment.

SCUBA EXP. (1st time) Enjoy one introductory scuba dive at 3 – 6 meters depth and observe the underwater world. Learn how is the volcanic environment, the ecosystem and how to protect it.

SCUBA ADV. (adventure) Enjoy two scuba dives and complete the introductory program.
First dive at 3 – 6 meters depth practicing and exploration.
Second dive at max 12 meters depth and observe the underwater world. Learn how is the volcanic environment, the ecosystem and how to protect it.

DIVE IN ACTION EXP. A program for any certification level. One scuba dive at max 18 meters depth at the volcanic formations following the observation program.
Objectives: Fish identification, local environmental information, and protection. Is being used educational material.

DIVE IN ACTION ADV. A program for any certification level. Two scuba dives at max 18 – 20 meters depth at the volcanic formations following the observation program. Acting and support for environmental protection.
Objectives: Fish identification, local environmental information, workshop, and report. Is being used educational material.

Required information for the equipment used, (shoe size, body height, and body weight) height in feet or centimeters and weight lbs or kg.

Revenue from the programs strengthens the organizational structure of the action of the environmental organization S.A.V.E. (Santorini’s Active Volcanic Environment) on education and the promotion of ideas for environmental protection. Supporting and overseeing research to monitor volcanic formations and the entire ecosystem. Helping the completion of a database of the Santorini’s underwater natural monument. It supports also the recording and observation of the volcanic formations, considering the uniqueness, the subtle structure, and observation of the flora and fauna of the underwater environment.