This data is provided from the logbook information in the MySSI app

Affiliated Training Center

Dive sites nearby

MV Imperial Eagle, wreck

MV Imperial Eagle, launched in 1945, is a 45 meter long deep wreck dive off the coast of Malta. It was a former ferry boat between Malta and Gozo. She was scuttled in 1999 as an artificial reef and an attraction for scuba divers in a marine conservation area.

Learn more

Great dive site for training and try diving with easy entrance and exit. Small reef and a flat sandy bottom with a maximum depth of 8-10 metres and a statue.

Learn more

Ahrax is a dive site with a fascinating rock canyon with a max. depth of 21 meters. The highlight of the Ahrax Inland Sea is the access underwater to a closed cave in a depth of 9 meters. This leads to a breathtaking Inland Sea which offers the diver a fascinating play of light.

Learn more

Bristol Beaufighter

Bristol Beaufighter is a World War II airplane wreck dive in Malta. The plane was a twin-engine two-seat heavy fighter, about 12.6m in length with 17.6m wingspan. On 17th March 1943 soon after takeoff, this Beaufighter experienced mechanical problems, and the crew had to ditch the plane in the sea.

Learn more

Tug2 was a tugboat working in Grand Harbour of Valletta. Was scuttled in June 2013 to form an artificial reef and an attraction for divers. She was originally sunk on the sand parallel to the reef some 20m distance, but a storm moved her in October 2016, and the wreck is now crashed into the reef, bow first.

Learn more

Anchor Bay Cave, also known as Scorpion Cave, is the best dive site in Anchor Bay. The cave is located on the south side of the bay, approximately 150 m from the entry/exit point at the concrete jetty.

Learn more

Santa Marija caves is one of the two dives during our Full Day Boat Trip to Comino. It is a shallow and easy cave/cavern system safe and fun even for less experienced divers. At the end of the dive you’ll be encountered by a huge school of friendly sea breams that alaways awaits our boat to come.

Learn more

madonna

Halfway along the reef wall there is a statue of our lady, also known as Madonna, in a small cave at a depth of 18 metres. The Madonna statue was placed in this cavern by a local dive club Amphibians Diving Club in November 1987. For the 20th anniversary in 2007 the dive club added a commemorative plaque.

Learn more

Ta Xbiex

Easy shore dive which is easily accessible with loads of entry points. Depths range from 5-20m. Ideally for courses and refresher dives. Generally always well protected from strong N winds.

Learn more

Amphoren (E3), Cirkewwa, Malta

Is a reef dive site in Cirkewwa. Paradise Bay reef offers a great variety of underwater scenery for divers - lots of interesting rock formations, large boulder fields, sandy bottoms and sea grass along with drop-offs of various heights, swim-throughs and a natural rock arch known as Left Arch or White.

Learn more