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The friendly locals

The wind!

Legend has it that Odysseus was tempted to Gozo by Calypso and was so entranced, he stayed for seven years. George Vella and his team at Calypso Diving run a pretty good operation and are happy to accommodate experienced to novice divers. Calypso Divers is one of the oldest dive shops and SCUBA...

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Fairly warm, easy to get around, plenty of wrecks

Lots of deep sites - make sure you're qualified!

I recently came back from my first diving trip to Malta. It's been heavily promoted in recent years as a rival to the Red Sea for British divers, and they've sunk a number of wreck deliberately as artificial reefs. It's only a 3 hour flight away from here, and as an already popular destination...

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“Taking the Plunge in Gozo”

published 29/04/2006

A great place to learn

Not such a great place to go back to

This review is about learning to dive in Gozo - the smaller sister island of Malta. Have you heard of Gozo? Yes? ………Really? Do you actually know where it is or just think it's that place in India where all the hippies hang out? Gozo is a tiny island in the Mediterranean - the smaller next door...

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“Watch out for the Bomb”

published 09/01/2001

Being an island there's almost always a dive avail...

Very heavily dived and not enough attention to con...

My most memorable dive in Malta was when I mistook a 500 lb bomb for a water jug. I was only a novice then, back in 1982 and this was my fourth qualifying dive. I was doing escorted dives with Divewise Services (of St Georges Bay) and on this hot summer morning we were heading for the wreck of...

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“First and Best”

published 29/03/2001

Absolutely fantastic

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I was only in Malta a few years ago. The island itself is beautiful. I had been going on holiday their since i was five and i had fallen in love with the place. My dad Had been interested in diving for years and he suggested that we should go diving now i was old enough. The first time breathing...

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“Diving and holidays in Malta”

published 19/05/2007

You can go diving every day!

Don't expect English standards.

I've been going to Malta and Gozo for over twenty years so you could say I'm keen. Initially I just went as a tourist, but in 1997 got into diving. I have used several different dive shops in the islands. My favourite is Subway in Bugibba, who win the prize because of their overall helpfulness...

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“Fantastic”

published 05/08/2001

Loads of marine life, a few good ship whrecks!

Can sometimes be a little expensive.

Just come back from my scober diving holiday - I went with a company called Aquaventure who were great. I really enjoyed it! Apart from the hundreds of beautiful marine species that are there, there's also other great sites which are well worth a look at. The best one in my opinion was the HMS...

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“HMS Maori Dive in Malta”

published 30/12/2011

Year round accessibility

Wreck not complete as broke in two sections previo...

Malta offers a lovely dive in the harbour. We crossed stones covered with red fern-like coral and saw octopus, John Dory, flounder, lots of gobies & more. The wreck itself is very impressive, very rusty and surrounded by lots of fish & has been there since the Second World War. We were taken by...

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