Petros was born in 1969 in the small town of Kastoria in Macedonian Northern Greece.
In 1988 he served in the Greek Army for 2 years as a trainer in Special Forces Parachutist.
In 1989 he became a certified diver.
From 1989 he has been licensed to sail in the open sea with diplomas in competitive sailing, astronavigation, and certifications as skipper and instructor from the General Secretary of Athletics in Greece.
From 1990 to 1997 he worked as a skipper on sailboats throughout the Greek seas, as well as, the Red Sea in the Middle East and the Mediterranean.
In 1993 he attended a free fall parachuting course in a school in Hungary.
He is a founder and initiator of the Crossing of the Aegean Sea with inflatable speedboats (RIBs) by the Aegean Team (Omada Aegeou), which from 1994 through the present volunteers medical and social services to the Greek islanders with tremendous success.
In 1997 he arrived at Cyprus on an inflatable speedboat 6 meters while taking part in Operation Kimon.
In 1998 he came up with the name Adrenaline S.A. and the unique activities and highly organized operations that would, from the start, distinguish the company from the rest, making it a leader in the Greek market.
In 2000 he crossed the Atlantic Ocean with a crew of six on a 5-month sailing trip from Mikrolimano, Greece to Santa Lucia in a 42 feet sailboat under the auspices of the ARC race. The Sailing Federation of Greece honored him for this accomplishment.
In 2001 he attended the Winter Mountain School that is based on the Greek Federation of Mountain Climber's specifications.
In 2002 he became a river rafting guide.
He has participated and continues to participate in military competitions in Greece and internationally, like in the famous Swiss Raid Commando (4 times), in Italy , in Southern France and in NATO competition in Germany.
In 2004 he successfully completed a parachute jump in the El Alamein desert in Egypt in honor of the Sacred Battalion (WWII).
From 2005 he is a licensed helicopter pilot.
In 2007 and 2009 followed helicopter safety seminars facilitated by the legendary Tim Tucker, world-renowned expert in the field.
In 2007 he received a diploma in pottery and ceramics.
He is certified in First Aid by the Hellenic Red Cross.
In 2009 he received the title of Lead Instructor of Land Rover Experience through training at the world's best 4X4 school in Eastnor, Wales.
From 2001 until today he has traveled to over 65 countries all over the world, with 5 visits to Iceland, a drive across Finland by car, Laos and Bolivia with the Land Rover G4 Challenge (as a member of the Greek delegation), and a recent driving expedition across Namibia (5,000 km in a Land Rover Defender in 9 days).
He is a Marathon runner and an ultramarathon mountain runner, with participation in many races, like the 100 miles Virgin Forest Trail race at Paranesti, the Mt. Olympus Marathon, the Ultra Race Dolihos and others.
He is an Author with two publications. One is a collection of poems (Pnoes1996), and the book Beyond the Pillars of Hercules 2004 (only in Greek language).