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Freediving Sporades Islands

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Jan 3, 2016
Dear Deeperblue Community,
We are looking for a freediving holiday on the Sporades Islands, Greece.
We are both experienced freedivers (SSI instructor Level 2 and SSI Level 3 freediver, PB over 40 metres)
We'd like to do a mix of sessions from shore and by boat, guided and unguided.
Dates: June 2023 for 2 weeks
Any suggestions for a diving centre that you recommend? Dos and Donts?
Looking forward to your suggestions and comments.
Antje and Daniel
Search about diving centers and email them! Usually they do scuba, but i guess you can join them! The dive sites are always the same no matter if you are scuba or freeding ! You can rent a boat, but if you are new in the area it is not a good idea! If you can rent the boat with a skipper, this is better but more expensive!
Keep in mind that is illegal during night, you must have a buoy so that boats can see you , you must avoid ports and the usual ferries's routes, stay away from fisherman's tools, and places that are of archeological interest.
I suggest joining a scuba center to avoid possible troubles with the locals., but you can also dive from a beach by your own!
Very important! You may have your buoy but behave like you have not one! I mean, if you hear the sound of propeler, make sure you spot the boat and wait till it's away from you!