Diving Clubs in Malta and Gozo
First time scuba diving? Have a go in Malta. Gozo or Comino and dive in head first
Diving in Malta is a dream, however if you are not sure if you like scuba diving, try a single dive
for around €23 – €35. If you enjoy the Mediterranean warm waters and the beautiful seascapes, you can also start one of the numerous courses
the Diving Clubs offer, all across the islands of Malta and Gozo
There are several other courses to choose from providing you with internationally-recognized diving qualifications. Diving courses in Malta usually start on land with lessons and pool orientation, followed by your first dive in the sea lasting approximately 30 minutes. Rates on average in Malta, for the first open water course, range from €280 - €360, but for full details on the different courses offered by the diving schools in Malta and rates please browse through the list below.
Experienced Divers have endless possibilities in Malta
If you are an experienced diver and do not require a guide you have to bring a buddy along with you during your dive and present a PADI Advanced Open Water, CMAS 2 Star Diver or equivalent certification. You can rent equipment in almost any diving school, but if you have your own, consider that between July and August you can easily dive in a 3mm wetsuit, however between November and May the water is a bit cold and diving in a dry or semidry suit is recommended. You can then sign up for wreck dives, night dives and so much more.
Please note that we have only listed Licensed Dive Centres in Malta.
For more information about regulations regarding diving in Malta, Gozo and Comino
, please contact the local Professional Diving Schools Association:
P.O. Box 12
St. Paul's Bay,