4th - 11th of October 2017
It is a fantastic place to experience clear blue and warm water diving. Steep in amazing history from the order of the Knights of St. John, Suleiman the Magnificent who laid siege, Napoleon Bonaparte's fleet arrived in 1798 and the trials of World War Two.
The amazing history of this small isalnd along with it's partner Gozo make for some of the best diving in the world.
We will be diving with www.divewise.com.mt
Sun, sand, warm water, cold beer and lots of relaxing, sound good?
John Campbell from DiveStyle has booked a trip to DiveWise in Malta. DiveWise will collect us from the airport for 20 Euros per person return trip. The trip will be run for a group of 10. Group Of 10 Rates (Dive Packages Do Not Include Kit Hire)* Package rates are subject to change from the dive centre in Malta.
Dive Packages (Prices in Euro)
|4 Dive Pack||145|
|6 Dive Pack||215|
|10 Dive Pack||345|
Trips (addition cost)
|Gozo Trip (2 Dives)||20|
|Coming Trip (2 Dives)||25|
|Single Boat Dive (Local)||10|
|Single Boat Dive (Not Local)||15|
* Flights and accommodation are left to your own decision.
If you have completed your confined water dives and you want to complete your qualifying dives, then Malta this is the perfect place to do it.
Fancy doing a deep or wreck speciality? What better place than Malta. Blue, clear and warm with some fantastic dive venues.
We will also be running Advanced Open Water, Rescue Diver and a number of specialities while we are in Malta.
Here are some of the dive sites on offer:
The Blue Hole
A bit of a walk/rock climb in your kit to get there, but absolutely worth it! Drop into the frothing waters of the blue hole, and once you're underneath its all peaceful. Sink down to 15m or so to swim out through the Blue Hole. You can either visit the coral gardens, cave and chimney, or go for an exit at the Inland Sea.
The P29 Patrol Boat
The wreck of the P29 was scuttled on the 14th August 2007, just off Cirkewwa reef, intentionally for divers. Even though this wreck has only been underwater a relatively short amount of time, the marine life is starting to build and big schools of fish and marine life are starting to make this wreck their new home.
The Rozi - Tug Boat
The wreck of The Rozi was deliberately sunk in 1991 as an underwater attraction for Captain Morgan's Underwater Safari Tours intended as a submarine tourist attraction. The Rozi, a 40 meter long tug boat, sits upright on the sandy seabed, just off Cirkewwa reef.
If you are interested in any of the holidays then please call the dive centre on 01189 761729 and ask for details.