Clear blue Mediterranean sea offers unique reefs, caves and amazing wrecks waiting to be discovered by you.
- Week on the boat
- Diving localities
Are you interested in how a typical week on Valhalla works?
You board the catamaran between 4PM and 6PM and in most cases you can leave the marina right away.
Day 2 to Day 5
Travelling, Diving, Sailing, Fun!
You spend the entire week living on board, but that does not mean you can't visit shore. Besides diving, sailing, sunbathing and other activities you can visit shore whenever you want. To see places you can't get to without a boat and quite a few famous places as well. You know what you want to do? Just tell the captain! If not, we can help you out.
Return to marina
You arrive back to the marina in the evening. You can spend the last night near showers where you can get yourselves back to a state suitable for travels. A goodbye party is a must-have!
You leave the catamaran before noon and get ready to travel home. Or you can spend a few more days on spot! :-)
Scuba diving sites at Malta:
Um El Faroud boat wreck; depth: 34 m
Rated as one of the best dive sites in Malta, the Um el Faroud will definately be a wreck dive to remember.Scuttled in 1998, this wreck has attracted an array of marine life with shoals of barracudas a common sight. The Um el Faroud was an oil tanker that exploded at the Malta Dockyards in 1995 and measured 110m.
Rozi boat wreck; depth: 35 metrů
The Rozi is a 40m tugboat that was scuttled on purpose in Cirkewwa in 1992. It is blessed with very clear seas, giving you some of the best underwater visibility you’ll get around Malta. Sitting in an upright position and fully intact, numerous sea breams will accompany you during this unique dive.
Madonna a Arch; depth: 18 m
The beginners’ favourite dive is also highly ranked with the experienced divers due to its numerous swim- throughs, caves and tunnels. This wall dive will lead us to a spectacular underwater arch which originates from a collapsed cavern at 18m. The Madonna statue is also at the same depth, usually visited before the safety stop as it is close to the exit point of the dive. Great visibility, amberjacks and night diving possibility make this easy dive different from others
P-29 boat wreck; depth: 35 m
The P-29 is a former patrol boat used by the Armed Forces of Malta and was scuttled in Cirkewwa in 2007. Forming an artificial reef, it is attracting more marine growth and a rapid increase in the fish population in the area. Measuring 51m long, wreck penetration to the engine room and other parts are easily accessible. Sting rays can be sighted too.
Blue Hole; depth: 55 m
The Blue Hole in Gozo is rated amongst Europe’s top dives and is located just beneath the pintoresque ‘Azure Window’. The dive starts in the Blue Hole and at a depth of 12m we’ll find an arch that takes us to the open sea. Depths of up to 55m welcome us with a vast variety of fish, marine life and great visibility. It is not for beginners. It’s a dive ideal for experienced divers, who also get the opportunity of seeing 2 underwater caves with spectacular light reflections. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED!!
Bristol Beaufighter wreck
Bristol Blenheim wreck
Imperial Eagle wreck
Hellespont boat wreck
Included in the prices:
- accomodation in the double room cabin with private WC and shower, bed sheets
- captain and his services
- the fuel, electricity, water and gass
- small motor boat 3,21m, 5HP (only for scuba diving)
Not included in the prices:
- transport to the harbor and back
- the food for you and the captain
- paid harbors
- final cleanup (EUR 10/person)
You can order:
- no limit scuba diving - 15l tanks and weights, air filling of the tanks (EUR 40/person)
- Food - half board (only if you order for the whole crew, EUR 180 / person)
- Food - full board (only if you order for the whole crew, EUR 220 / person)
- Booking of the whole boat 5 % discount (counted from the price for 8 persons) and the 9th person for free
- Booking 6 month and more ahead 20 % discount
- Booking 6 - 3 month ahead 10 % discount
- Interesting provisions for travel clubs, travel agencies etc. (contact us)
Since it might get a bit complicated, here is a little calculator: