Dive Sites in Malta
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The Um El Faroud is a spectacular dive. A huge tanker which is 115 metres in length. Weighing 10,000 tons, its depth from the bridge is 18 metres and 25 metres from the main deck. With just a short swim from shore to the wreck, divers can take in the surrounding sea life and perhaps even have the... Read More
The Rozi is a fun dive. An old tugboat, 40m in length, that was sunk purposely for diving. Approximately 135m from shore, the boat sits upright on the sand and can be entered for a quick look inside. Having been there since 1991, the boat has much to see, and is surrounded by numerous fish that... Read More
Although the entry can be difficult especially if there is a swell, it is worth the hassle. A reef with a parapet at a depth of 30m has a drop down to 60m. At only 15m this dive is full of interesting things. The nutrient-rich waters provide a great place to take in the day- to-day goings on of a... Read More
This is one of the popular dives amongst the locals. This dive has a number of caves and a stunning arch that is actually part of a cavern with a hole in the top that can be accessed. The dive has a huge drop from 8m to 30m, providing a wall that can be explored for various marine life. Read More
Bahar Ic-Caghaq, Malta.
The Bleinheim, a World War 2 bomber, is a dive that provides you with a little history. The engines and wings of the plane are intact but the fuselage and fore-section have been separated from the main body, but can still be seen a few metres away. This dive goes down to 42m so requires thought... Read More
Ghar Lapsi is a fishing village in the South of Malta. This is an easy dive, accessing the water is straightforward and the depth ranges between 15-20m. One of the shallower dives that also has a number of naturally lit caves and reefs that are home to the Mediterranean marine life. Read More
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