Scuba Diving WWII wreck in Malta
Wreck Diving in Malta - During World War II the Valletta area suffered a massive aerial attack, putting a large number of ships and submarines and even one of the damaging crafts - to rest at the bottom of the Mediterranean Sea. However, these historical monuments are not the only sites of interest for the diver in Malta and Gozo - in the same area you can fin the famous statue of Christ standing with his arms stretched out as to form an alliance between the Maltese archipelago and the great sea. Further west along the Marfa Ridge he has recently had company of a statue of the Madonna. Ask us about Hire of scuba gear in Malta and Gozo or St Dimitri Point Diving, we at Aquatica Dives for your diving needs in Malta, can help!
The Maltese archipelago actually consisting of Malta, Gozo and Comino - offers not only splendid deep, clear water and marine life but also holds a deserved reputation for professionalism and safety that all together attracts divers to Malta year after year. Read about Comino Dives and discover all there is to know about Cominotto Reef.
Some Malta diving centres offer basic certification programs that last several days to a week. Although the intensive weekend programs are quite feasible, many feel that basic scuba diving courses spread out over a few weeks will help beginners learn the skills better. Scuba diving does involve new skills and to learn them all during one full weekend may be too much for some people.
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 Cominotto Reef, Scuba Diving instructors in Malta, Scuba Diving courses in Gozo, Shore dives in Malta and more.