Welcome to SeaVery
Seavery water sports and scuba diving club located in Siviri in the first peninsula ( Kassandra ) of Halkidiki . We specialize in Scuba Diving , Windsurf , Water Ski, Jet Ski, Snorkeling and Wakeboard. Places near to Siviri are Kalithea village on east , Sani beach on north , Fourka village and Posidi beach on south.
Seavery scuba diving club is a member of PADI – The World’s biggest diving organization with more than 3800 Centers and Resorts in 180 Countries and Territories. All training programs are conducted exactly according to the standards of PADI.
Wakeboarding is a surface water sport which involves riding a wakeboard over the surface of a body of water. It was developed from a combination of water skiing, snow boarding and surfing techniques...
Snorkeling in Greece is an experience that combines exploration, fun and mild sports. By snorkeling on the surface we can relax, admire beautiful pictures and travel for a while in the magical underwater world.
Windsurfing is a sport involving travel over water on a small 2-4.7 metre board powered by wind acting on a single sail. The sail is connected to the board by a flexible joint. The sport is a hybrid between sailing and surfing...
Tubing, also known as biscuiting, is where a large circular rubber tube is towed behind a boat at fast speeds. Generally considered a novice or child's water-sport due to the lack of skill involved...
Enjoy an ideal ride this summer. The experience of jet ski riding will give you an exhilarating feeling in the open sea. Performance, strength and safety in style. Our technologically advanced jet ski model, allow even novice and beginner riders...
Water skiing is a surface water sport in which an individual is pulled behind a boat, skimming the surface on two skis or one (slalom) ski. The sport requires sufficient area on a smooth stretch of water, one or two skis ...
Standup paddle boarding has its roots where all board sports have their beginnings, in Hawaii. Known as Hoe he’e nalu, stand up paddle surfing actually has ancient roots but became popular in modern times among surf instructors...