Ship Wreck diving Malta
Ship Wreck 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. ESA Scuba diving courses 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.
Fish - the waters washing around the narrow constrictions between the Maltese islands are rich in nutrients, providing ideal conditions for marine flora and fauna to flourish offering an unrivalled boost of fish in all sizes. Dive shops in Malta, Malta diving holidays - Caves - Diving in Malta, Gozo and Comino you have reached the official Mecca if this is your great interest! There is a spectacular world hidden in the caves, chimneys, archways and breathtaking drop-offs close by the shore. However, it is important to bear in mind that some of the dives are classified as cave dives and special diving training is required. If you would like to adventure into deep diving, Ship Wreck diving Malta, there are training courses and excellent Malta dive sites for this purpose.
Ship Wreck diving Malta. Some vacation resorts offer resort diving courses lasting a day or two which offer beginners some very basic training in order to try out scuba diving. These are not certification programs. Full dive certification programs involve classroom work, exams, practical skills sessions at a pool and usually about four open water dives. The duration of the classroom work and pool sessions vary from a very intensive weekend (with advance reading) to once a week over several weeks. The open water dives will usually take two more days. Ship Wreck diving Malta, HMS Stubborn Submarine Wreck Dive, Scuba Diving courses in Gozo we can help with advice, and the necessary equipment and service to make sure your Malta diving holiday will be a great experience!
You don't know if it was that trip to Cyprus or the pictures your friends brought back from their SCUBA trip to the Red Sea that made you go for it, but you've finally decided to learn how to SCUBA dive - maybe your friends told you about Ship Wreck diving Malta, Scuba Diving the Maltese Islands, or Beginner diving courses Malta and the idea of learning how to dive in Malta sounded like a great idea. The only problem is that there are so many institutions, schools and classes out there that you might easily get confused. Learning to SCUBA dive is almost like learning to fly. There are good and bad schools in Malta and Gozo, with different equipment, various instruction institutions and all kinds of instructors and gear to choose from. Also, there are students who rapidly master the skills required to be certified as a SCUBA diver and those who struggle a bit to learn those same skills. But, all in all, beginner divers won't leave their classes ready to tackle a deep wreck dive on NITROX with strong current. All you need is a little bit of self-determination and good health with a minimum fitness level. The hardest part isn't taking the diving course. It's choosing the right school for you. This is where we come in. Here at Aquatica Dives, Malta we know all about Ship Wreck diving Malta, Night dives Malta, Malta dive schools and anything to do with diving Malta and Gozo. Since back in the days when we started offering our diving services we took care, as we still do today, of providing a top quality service in an easy going and relaxed atmosphere. Our clients not only enjoy the diving experience itself but also feel at home and among friends keeping always the excitement and adventure when discovering our local dive sites.
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