Since when it sank close to the shore in 2007, P-29 wreck is the perfect habitat for stone basses and barracudas.
The wreck lies on a sandy seabed at -35 metres of depth; the proximity to the shore makes the access from the shore the easiest. The wreck, which is 52 metres long and easily accessible from the engine room, will be in sight just after a few minutes of swimming.
If you choose to get there by boat, you will be able to get there by descending from the chain of the marker buoy – the wreck will be right below you, with the great visibility enabling you to see it from just a few metres of depth.
This diving activity is recommended to expert divers, owning at least an advanced-level license.
A 40metres – long towboat purposefully sank in a vertical position in 1991 to become an attraction for divers in Malta, the wreck is a hundred metres far from the coast – which makes the visit possible from both the shore and the boat.
The Rozi is entirely intact with the exception of the motors and the screw, removed before the sinking. The average depth of – 30 metres makes the immersion suitable to expert divers, owning at least an advanced-level license.
√ Advanced Freedivers and Scuba divers with Deep Specialty License
A ferry with a capacity of 70 people and 10 cars, the Imperial Eagle once served for transfers between Malta and Gozo.
Sunk in 1999 and accessible by boat or dinghy only, the 45 metres-long wreck lies on a sandy sea bottom at -42 metres of depth. In the vase hold, a crack allows to take a look inside, even if the most of the dive takes place outside of the wreck.
Before actually visiting the wreck, a stop to the underwater statue of Jesus Christ, blessed by Pope John Paul II and guarding Maltese fishermen, is mandatory.
Due to the depth the wreck lies to, this immersion is dedicated to scuba owning the Deep Specialty.
A one-of-a-kind experience, one of the most unique of your whole stay in Malta.
The tour starts from the inside of the cave, in a tide pool leading to a tunnel that is 60 metres long and with a depth of -22 metres at its deepest point: alongside this tunnel, the contrast between the low inside light and the blue of the open water at the entrance allows to take amazing pictures.
Once outside, the immersion continues alongside the wall, with a variable depth ranging from a few metres to up to -50 metres.
One of the most beautiful sites in Comino and a not-to-be-missed stop of the Full Day in the Blue Lagoon’s island, Santa Maria Caves are an incredible mix of fauna, fish and caves that make this dive fun for all divers, at all levels of expertise.
The peculiar play of lights and shadows makes this immersion a great chance to take wonderful pictures.