Located at the Preluna Hotel and Spa beach resort next to the Fortizza it makes our dive shop perfect for diving when you come to Malta, we have our own dive site with awesome Sedimentary under water rock formation making it perfect for doing diving courses, discover scuba diving, try dives and check out dives if you have not dived for some time.Arrange your visit to Malta Blue Diving and discover more family-friendly attractions in Sliema using our Sliema online travel route planner .
Our shop is linked to the Preluna hotel and Astra hotel both a couple of minutes walk from the dive shop plus we have negotiated with the hotels management great accommodation and diving packages. The hotels are situated in the heart of Sliema with taxis and bus stops on the doorsteps.
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Malta Blue Diving Reviews
Bij aankomst gelijk door naar de duikschool en de duiken boeken, en direct een plekje voor me beschikbaar op de duik de dag erna, gelijk voor de duikschool door de grotten van het huis reef. Beetje tw... more »Upon arrival, immediately go to the diving school and book The dives, and instantly available a spot for me on the dive the day after, right before the diving school through the caves of the House reef. Little doubt there was because yes so special it did not look like the country.. But that doubt was gone after that we had been in the water. What a beautiful setting and for the first time through the caves. At first it is not really my first thought, but with the right indications the full confidence that this will come well and certainly that comes. This really made me more curious about what they planned the next day. A wreck dive. The HMS Maori a WWII wreck where we would go morning. 8 hours ready, but first a cup of tea and David briefly slides to show some photos of the Maori on his phone and tell the story behind the wreck. I'm sold and that thing I want to see IDD. Hop in the bus and go. Everything goes super relaxed no stress and with all the helpful you need. I myself am PADI Advanced Open Water and in the group are divers of all sorts. Super Cozy. Short briefing and hop into the water, there we go down. And slowly the contours of the Maori are visible and with the story of David in my mind I look my eyes out. And before I have it, we glide along the wheelhouse under the roof of that same wheelhouse. The dive guide never far away from us and always asking if everything is OK and if you still have enough air for the way back. A reassurance that there is still someone who triggered you to watch out for your equipment and air.. After a day of land it tickles anyway and app I David if there are any options, not long after an apje back "Hi Harm, tomorrow we do 2 spectacular dives to the UM El Faroud in the south, do you join?" Well definitely I join and that spectacular was definitely nothing too much Said. Again an early morning and hop in the bus again. This time with some more guests but all the more cozier. Arrived we go into two groups to water. 1 Group of advanced Divers and a group of open water divers. I join the advanced divers and go to the wreck. On the first dive it appears that the professional attitude of the accompaniment and without panic breaks out, one of the divers who appears faster than expected by his air will help. No point quietly reversing and back to the side. Very? Ne certainly not because we have seen a lot and security for everything! The second dive goes to the same wreck but now we really go in. I just got something from 15 dives in my booklet so I get it a bit stuffy. But then it is said you dare not then just go there and everywhere you can get out of it. This nothing should make me good story and hop back down. And then it turns out that one is very good at you and constantly keep an eye on what is happening. When I almost drift my head I get a clear sign that there is some above me. Very nice to know haha. From front to back the UM El Farouk can see and definitely worth it. A dive with an eye for the history of the wreck and certainly also the sea life that has made it home. People have even given names! One time above is the first thing I see David with a smile from ear to ear and I hear him ask, "and? Nothing too much said? "No definitely not! Absolutely worth it! I had my own material with it and so I can't let myself know about the condition of the material but what I saw it was fine! And one has even mercy on my material at no extra cost. Very fine not always having to drag your wet material back and forth. In terms of cost I can be short, the price is good! A neat price for what you get. A mediocre diver like me comes out fine with the relaxed accompaniment and supervision of Malta Blue Diving.
Fortizza Tunnels are a great place to dive, The Sea was calm most days in August and good visibility and there is life coral. Malta Blue Diving was a great choice, Miranda and David were great. I will... more »
Had an amazing day at Malta Blue Diving. I called spontaneously an hour before and got a spot anyway. David and the whole staff were very accommodating. The place also has a beautiful dive spot right in front their building. Can totally recommend it!
David and the team at Malta Blue were excellent. They were very professional and prompt with communication. Even though the weather was windy and less than ideal, being a small island that Malta is meant it was quick and easy to find a sheltered spot with awesome sites to look at. I would recommend Malta Blue to anyone looking to dive in Malta at any experience level.
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