Scuba diving courses and guided diving around Malta

High level of professionalism and experience of Malta

Multilingual Instructors, English, Spanish, Swedish, Italian, German and more

Base in Bugibba  pick up service around Malta

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Light commercial diving max 40 meters {inspection, documentation, light salvage, search and recovery.)

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About me

High level of knowledge from many different parts of the world, if you want to learn how to scuba dive I teach you from experience, of course with  guiding and curriculum from a major organisation. I have done closely to 10000 dives in Sweden, Thailand , Oman, the Mediterranean area, Hawaii, USA, Iceland, Norway,Burma and many more. Experience from ice diving to tropical diving in paradise, diving in less than 1 meter visibility in freezing lakes to night dives in open water. I also have a lot of experience from the commercial diving area that adds knowledge to my teaching skills. I became a professional in 1988 and never looked back. If you want to learn scuba diving, refresh, just have some guided dives or book a complete package I am the guy. 5 years experience on Malta....Traffic, divesites and more....I personally teach in Swedish, English and Italian but I can arrange tuition in other languages with my direct supervision. I try to keep Instructor to student ratio 2 to 1 to ensure safety and quality, some exeptions may occur: family or friends. Guided diving maximum ratio 6 to 1 after a easy check dive to ensure adequate skills for the planned dive sites.


Never look at the price. Scuba diving is fun and safe just be sure that you get a good feeling when it comes to safety, organisation and above all that you are confident with your Instructor. Make sure that the student to Instructor ratio is as low as possible, thats going to maximize your learning curve and positive experience.

patrik engstrom

Patrik Engstrom in 2016