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Dive the classic wrecks of Malta

10th June 2011 Print
The wreck of HMS Maori

Dive Worldwide is offering a brand new trip for 2011 entitled Classic Wrecks of Malta. With year round sunshine, an intriguing 7,000 year history, unique culture and superb diving conditions, the islands of Malta, Gozo and Comino offer a spectacular variety of dive sites, mainly famed for their wrecks and caves.

Dive Worldwide have teamed up with Selkies Dive Centre to offer an opportunity to explore a variety of wrecks with a professional dive team and accompanied by Peter Collings.*

The itinerary features boat dives to discover numerous wrecks including HMS Maori, P29 Patrol Boat, MV Rozi, tug boats and a Blenheim Bomber.

To participate, divers must have a minimum of an advanced qualification.

PADI Deep Spec course can be completed during the week where necessary.

The one-week holiday departs on 8 October and costs from £695 per person which includes airport transfers (not flights), 7 nights’ B&B and diving package (5 days’ diving – two recreational boat dives per day and one night dive from the shore. Flights bookable on request.

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*With over 30 years’ experience of wreck diving and underwater photography, Peter Collings is regarded as a leading expert on wreck diving, especially in the Red Sea. Peter travels regularly with Dive Worldwide to Truk Lagoon and also has a comprehensive knowledge of Coron Bay in the Philippines. As well as discovering wrecks, Peter also shares his enthusiasm by leading escorted trips all over the world. This year Peter has teamed up with Dive Worldwide to share his knowledge and experience providing you with an opportunity to visit Malta and its fantastic array of wrecks.

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The wreck of HMS Maori