Malta diving courses
From May - October the water temperature around Malta and Gozo is around 20 C and a 5mm wetsuit (with gloves and boots) is recommended. Malta diving courses - Water temperatures are dropping down to 15 C from November - April and a 7mm semi-dry suit with long johns and jacket (giving 14mm on the core body) is recommended (don't forget hood, boots and gloves). If you are more comfortable in a drysuit, this is an excellent option.
Make sure that the scuba diving course you are interested in taking in Malta as well as its instructor are certified with one of the major scuba diving training agencies. This will ensure that you get proper, safe training for both the technical background knowledge and practical skills required for certification as a scuba diver. You also want to end up with an internationally recognized certification card if you want to go scuba diving at various locations around the world.
Malta diving trips
Driven by curiosity and the need for food, "divers" have ventured beneath the surface of seas for thousands of years. Over the past years diving in Malta has become a very popular sport; many people are now trying diving for the first time. Looking for info about Malta diving courses, or Le Polynesian Wreck Dive Malta? Our introductory dives are the first step for beginners. You can now enjoy with a qualified diving instructor, the underwater diving experience that you could only have watched on television before.
Malta is the largest island in the archipelago, measuring 27kms by 14.5kms. Malta has neither rivers nor mountains, but is characterised by a series of low, flat-topped hills with terraced fields on their slopes. Malta's coastline is well indented with natural and man-made harbours, bays, creeks, several sandy beaches and rocky coves. Scuba Diving centers in Malta and Gozo is a prime interest to all considering Malta diving. The Islands offer excellent diving for beginners, experienced, technical and even cave divers. With their natural harbours, bays, sheltered creeks, cliffs, reefs and scattering of wrecks, the Maltese Islands invite you to explore. The possibilities are endless. With Malta dive sites just a stone's throw away from each other, you will be able to explore a variety of underwater worlds.
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