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Our twenty plus years of diving experience in Gozo and Comino enables us to custom build your ideal diving holiday in one of the best diving destinations in the Mediterranean. You can dive wrecks, caves and tunnels, shallow reefs, drop offs and archways, which are unforgettable due to 20 – 40 meter visibility. Limestone cliffs rise up to an impressive 150 meters above sea level and drop down to 100 meters below. This creates a unique topography and offers a huge variety of worldclass dive sites to choose from.
Malta is famous for its wrecks. It was heavily bombed during the Second World War which created many wrecks that are now suitable for diving and exploration. HMS Maori, found at Marsamxett harbour, played a vital role during the war in the search for the German battleship, the Bismarck. As well as wrecks from the war, Malta also has artificial wrecks. The Um El Faroud, a former oil tanker, was scuttled in 1998. The tugboat Rozi was scuttled in 1992 and the P29, a retired patrol boat, scuttled in 2007, her sister vessel the P31 was scuttled off Comino in 2002. Many of the dives are accessible from shore however the best way to get to the dive sites is from our dive boat ‘Hey Lampuki’.

Please note, that full day trip require a minimum of four guests.

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