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The Essential Guide to Malta’s Best Dive Sites: What You Need to Know

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The bridge section comes into view, featuring openings on either side and inviting passageways, enticing divers to explore its top section.

A delightful combination of underwater exploration, marine encounters, and a glimpse into the cinematic past, making it a must-visit destination for divers of all levels.

The HMS Maori Wreck; a British Tribal-Class destroyer and a proud vessel of the Royal Navy, was constructed by Fairfield in Govan, …

MV Karwela Wreck, Gozo The MV Karwela wreck is one of three wrecks found on the southeast coast of Gozo at Xatt …

Ghar Lapsi, Malta Ghar Lapsi is a pretty cove situated on the south coast of Malta. The cove has a natural sea …

Paradise Bay Reef, Malta Paradise Bay is located at the Cirkewwa dive site on the northwest coast of Malta and is full …

Cirkewwa Arch, Malta The Cirkewwa Arch is a beautiful, natural underwater rock feature that sits along the right-hand reef at the Cirkewwa …

The Inland Sea, Gozo The Inland Sea Gozo dive site is located on the west coast of Gozo, a stone’s throw away …

The Blue Hole The Blue Hole is one of the most popular dive sites in Gozo. Years of wind and wave erosion …

MV Rozi operated as a tugboat in the UK and then Malta. This vessel was scuttled off Cirkewwa (the north coast of Malta). …

The P29 sits upright on a sandy bottom which is approx. 35 metres deep. This wreck dive is one one the most …

The Um El Faroud was a Libyan-owned 10,000-ton single screw motor tanker. Following a gas explosion during maintenance work in 1995, the vessel was deemed unfit …

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