Our fully equipped base enables us to provide better services both for the locals and for visitors.
Located in the heart of probably the most visited, Haramida beach, just 15 km South from main city of Mytilene, our Dive Base is fully equipped to serve as the starting point for dive excursions and, also, as a great location for courses.
With the water is 24 – 28 degrees, visibility is 25+ m and the sea is usually calm, making this a great spot for courses and fun dives!
Our “home reefs” are just a five minute boat ride away, and more diverse dive spots are within 20-50 minutes boat ride.
All the equipment we use comes from the best manufacturers and is inspected and serviced regularly, exceeding Hellenic and International requirements.
2 compressors by PARAMINA
40 tanks, in sizes from 10l to 15l
20 regulators (Scubapro)
30 BCDs (Scubapro)
40 wetsuits 5mm (Scubapro)
Custom Diving Boat which are specialized diving boats with characteristics perfect for our needs.
300 hp outboard Suzuki four stroke engines
30 knots Cruising speed
55 knots Maximum speed
12 divers maximum capacity
“Great diving and friendly staff
Me and my girlfriend both wanted to go diving in Lesvos. We never did dives in the Mediterranean before. We were pleasantly surprised by the underwater landscape and marine life. Big underwater rocks and creatures like octopus make a dive worth it. The staff of this dive centre are really kind and helpful and makes diving fun as it should…”
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Founder and senior instructor
George has huge experience in dive training, having worked as an instructor in many places in Greece (Corfu, Kefalonia, Athens) and abroad (South Africa, Holland), and as a diver trainer at the Dive School of Kalymnos for commercial divers. He also was an Archeological Diving set up manager for the Greek Ministry of Culture, has worked as a professional Lifeguard for five years, and he is a Lifeguard trainer.
He is a PADI IDC Staff Instructor, a 3* CMAS Instructor, an EFR Instructor Trainer, and can teach many specialties
Zoi is a PADI OWSI, and has joined the Lesvoscuba team on the summer of 2011.
As far as she remembers herself, she was always occupied with hobbies and sports related to the sea, such as swimming, sailing and scuba diving.
Being a Master’s degree student in the department of Environmental Sciences of the University of the Aegean, she has a unique perspective of the marine world, and its interaction with our society.
In wintertime, she dedicates some of her time teaching swimming to children between 3 and 7 years old, at the public swimming pool of Mytilene.
Dimitris had his first contact with scuba diving at the age of 6 due of his father, who infected him with the “scuba virus”.
Despite the fact that he studied Industrial management at University of Pireaus, his love for the sea prevailed.
From 2009 to 2016 he worked as commercial diver and ROV operator in commercial industry.
He joined LSOC at 2016 as a Padi OWSI , and he is currently a postgraduate student at Marine Sciense department of University of Aegean.
Everything started in 2007 when Christos first visited Lesvoscuba, and thus started hiw relationship with the underwater world. Since 2013 he is a member of the Lesvos Scuba team, and as a Master Scuba DiverTrainer he instructs new divers.
Since his childhood his love for the marine environment drew him to the sea, at first as a hobbyist, sailing, windsurfing, diving, and later proffessionaly.
He’s also a graduate of the Department of Marine Sciences of the University of the Aegean, and he’s an associate of the Fisheries Research Institute.
Dimitri’s first contact with the element of water was at the age of 10, as he was a water polo athlete.
Tanja joined the team in 2016 and, mainly, she is engaged on administration, logistics and marketing part of the Lesvos Scuba Diving Centre.
After career in mining industry, she decided to move to Lesbos Island and join the diving team. She finished her studies on Master of Environmental Research program at University of the Aegean.
Her goal is to put smiles on clients’ faces at Lesvos Scuba Oceanic Cetre but also to contribute in conservation and protection of the island marine and terrestrial environment by promoting it through sustainable tourism.