Field activities were supervised by diving architect Aikaterini Tagonidou and Athena Patsourou on behalf of the Ephorate of Underwater Antiquities of the Hellenic Ministry of Culture and Sports.

Field research was led by Alexandros Sotiriou, Associate Researcher at the University of Geneva, with a team of diving archaeologists comprising Michelle Creisher (University of Haifa), Isaac Ogloblin (University of Haifa) and Orestes Manousos, and specialized divers Nicolas Giannoulakis, Stilianos Matsoukatidis, Harry Mitrou and Dimitris Stamoulis. The team was completed by the participation of six members of the Hellenic Coast Guard’s underwater missions unit (special dives team, consisting of Dimitrios Chatziaslan, Achilleas Ganelos, Athanasios Keitzis, Dimitrios Kiosis, Dimitrios Kremmydas and Georgios Lytrivis).

Documentation of the archaeological finds, creation of the 3D models and updating of the GIS were entrusted to Patrizia Birchler Emery (University of Geneva), Orestes Manousos and Timothy Pönitz (University of Geneva), while the field laboratory was organized by Isaac Ogloblin, with the support of Yanis Bitsakis (University of Geneva and Nereus Research Foundation) and in collaboration with the University of Ioannina (Profs Ioannis Deligiannaki and Maria Louloudi). Geologist and chronologist Yannis Basiakos (National Center for Scientific Research “Demokritos”) joined the team in Antikythera to discuss scientific topics related to the shipwreck site.

Technical support (audiovisual documentation and underwater drones) was provided by Hublot Xplorations team members Mathias Buttet, Aloïs Aebischer and Guillaume Champain.

Last, but not least: the cook, Nicole Rayias.