Boat diving on Gozo, why not enjoy a day’s diving with the dive boat? The Island of Comino or the northern side of Malta offer spectacular dive sites. The paradise island of Comino boasts a multitude of dive sites, wrecks and caves. Malta’s northern point offers drop-offs, wrecks and swim-throughs.  It’s great fun and offers you access to dive sites that are not reachable from the shore. From the boat, you get the opportunity to see some of Malta’s rugged coastline and steep cliffs.

The dive boat embarks from Mgarr, Gozo’s main harbour to make two or three dives throughout the day. The ‘Hey Lampuki’ dive boat is constructed for divers and offers a sun deck for non-divers. You will visit some of the best dive sites around the Maltese Islands such as the shipwreck P31.

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The wreck of the P31, scuttled off Comino is a popular dive or, go and explore the beautiful Santa Marija Caves, where the rays of sunlight pierce through cracks and crevices. A sight that will stay with you forever. Off the North coast of Malta lies the wreck of the Rozi or, the P29 which lies close by. Lantern Point lies at the end of Comino, offering a reef and tunnel dive, which brings you out into the open sea. Equipped with open end ladders, a dive platform for easy entry and exit, a freshwater shower and a toilet on board, you can enjoy a relaxing day out. Non-divers, family and friends are welcome to join us on the boat, either relaxing on the sun deck overhead or snorkelling in the clear, warm waters of the Mediterranean Sea. Lunch will be served on board, (freshly made sandwiches) and water, this is included in the price. You are welcome to bring beverages of your own choice on board, sunblock and hats in summer are a must. The boat dive supplement is over and above the regular shore diving prices. Family, friends and non-divers can join the trip at the same supplement rate.