With Ryanair now offering direct flights to Malta from both Dublin and Cork, Malta is sure to be a popular dive destination for the Irish divers.
Simone from Maltaqua will be on hand at Dive Ireland?EXPO to answer any questions you may have about diving in Malta. Many of you may not need an introduction, but if you have never visited the Mediterranean islands of Malta, Maltaqua are a busy third generation family dive centre in the north of the island.
Established in 1969, Maltaqua offers a full range of diving services for beginners to technical divers. They also have their own 36-bed apartment accommodation?just 100 metres away from the dive base and can arrange a full package for you, including your diving, accommodation and airport shuttle transfer.
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Are you into metal? Did you know that the Maltese islands are known for their wreck diving?
This is the Um El Faroud, a 10,000-ton and 115-meter long oil tanker. Easily accessible from shore, she lies at a depth of between 20 – 34m.
She is one of the more popular dives for advanced level divers, which you can choose to explore as part of Maltaqua’s dive packages.
Given the task to organise a short break dive trip for your club?
Check out these great offers from Maltaqua, available for any 3 or 4?
night break. With direct flights from Dublin as well as Cork, Malta is a great choice!