dive centre is a DAN (Diver Alert Network)
Our staff is trained in first aid.
diving activities are directly supervised
by qualified and professional instructors.
dives feature a 5 meter safety stop
and are planned within non-decompression
During all dive excursions a first aid
kit, oxygen kit, mobile phone and emergency
contact numbers are always present.
All divers will have to complete a registration
form on arrival at the dive centre.
This will include details of your diving
qualification and a copy of your medical
declaration (see Maltese Diving Regulations
after diving recommendation for No-Decompression
Single No-Decompression Dive: A minimum
preflight surface interval of 12 hours
Dives per Day or Multiple Days of Diving:
A minimum preflight surface interval
of 18 hours is suggested
divers will have to complete a registration
form on arrival at the dive centre. This
will include details of your diving qualification
and a copy of your medical declaration (see
below). This is a necessary procedure to
guarantee your safety and enjoyment during
your diving activities.
Here is an overview of the Maltese diving
regulations, their aim is to ensure that
all divers encounter the most pleasurable
diving experience with the best safety conditions.
Some divers will find that they are no longer
obliged to be examined by a doctor depending
on their medical history. A medical questionnaire
will screen and highlight those people who
must seek further medical advice and / or
examination prior to diving.
conditions will always be incompatible with
diving and if you know you suffer from impaired
health, you should make further enquiries
before booking a diving holiday.
There are no restrictions on age. The decision
on minimum age will be at the discretion
of the Instructor or as stipulated by the
training agency for those undertaking a
diving qualification. Written parental /
guardian consent will be required for all
divers under age 18.
If you intend to dive without a guide from
the dive centre leading the dive (organized
or independent diving), you will need to
be a PADI Advanced Open Water, CMAS 2 Star
Diver or equivalent, otherwise you will
have to be accompanied in the water by an
Instructor. You are no longer obliged to
obtain a Local Diving Permit.
For more further details please read Legal
Notice 153 (Maltese
version first followed by the English version),
or contact us and we will be glad to help
you with your enquiries