Samina Wreck Dive

Samina Wreck Dive



Max depth:
 38 m
Dive type: Wreck dive 
Boat trip: 10min
Min qualification : Advanced Open Water 
This famous in Greece liner-boat wreck is very near to the diving club. The dive depends on the weather. Wreck’s length is 115 m and it is laying on the bottom in one piece.

MS Express Samina (Greek: Εξπρές Σαμίνα) was a RORO passenger ferry built as MS Corse in 1966 at Chantiers de l’Atlantique, St Nazaire, France[2] for Compagnie Generale Transatlantique along with her sister ship MS Comte De Nice. In 1969 she was transferred to Compagnie Generale Transmediterraneenne. After six years service, the company changed its name again, to SNCM to which she was transferred. In 1982 she sailed from France for the last time as she was sold to a Greek company, Stability Maritime, to operate their Italy-Greece-Israel route under her new name MS Golden Vergina.

The boat sunk in September 2000 after hit the reef of Portes islets at 18 knots.

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