Deep diving Malta
Scuba divers do more than check out the fish. Depending on your interests, you can specialize in a skill for your own pleasure or make diving a career option. Deep diving Malta Recreational diving is the main interest for the largest group of divers - those who dive for the fun of it. Once you get your diving certification, you can further your diving education by specializing in a skill. Some specializations include altitude diving, night diving, fish identification, search and recovery, underwater photography or videography, equipment specialist, cavern diving, wreck diving, ice diving, and technical diving specialties. Deep diving Malta. Careers include divemasters and instructors; instructor trainers and examiners; resort, dive center and live-aboard personnel; journalists, photographers and cinematographers; leaders of scuba training and certification agencies; sales and marketing professionals.
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Scuba divers dive wherever there is water: oceans, seas, lakes, rivers, quarries, waterways, canals, mines, springs, abandoned oilrigs, and old missile silos. Any time of year is a good time to dive. Just because it is fall or winter, it doesn't mean you can't dive. There are many cold water and ice divers out there. You can take specialty courses to prepare you for cold water diving. If you are a warm water fan, try a vacation to the Mediterranean and enjoy. We naturally suggest Malta!
The first two steps in getting certified in scuba diving is to make sure that you are a reasonably proficient swimmer and you get medical clearance from your doctor to take up the sport. As for the swimming, you don't have to master every type of stroke. Scuba certification only requires that you are able to swim about 200 yards using any stroke you want and to be able to float or tread on water for about 10 minutes. Deep diving Malta If you are in good general health and are comfortable in the water, then you should be able to scuba dive without any problems.
The Maltese Islands are an archipelago of six islands of which, Malta, Gozo and Comino are inhabited. They are situated in the centre of the Mediterranean, 58 miles from Sicily and 180 miles from Libya, and conditions are ideal for diving all year round. In our site you will find information about Deep diving Malta, Rent diving equipment Malta, Introductory dives Malta, Sliema Diving Center and Shop and more.
Deep diving Malta - The clear waters and the mild weather contribute to some very pleasant conditions for divers as well as snorkelers. Malta is on the edge of a continental shelf and being islands creating a lee side no matter from which direction the wind is blowing makes it possible find a suitable Malta dive site any time throughout the year. Shore dives in Malta - Weatherwise - the best time to visit Malta is February - June, between the rainy season and the hot Mediterranean summer. September and October are also good months to visit.
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