Discover Maltese wreck diving

The Polish dive magazine Nurkowanie recently published a big feature about diving in Malta. They paid special attention to the world class wrecks, and used my images to illustrate it.

Posted on Feb 25, 2014

Malta offers great wreck diving in crystal clear, blue water. They have both authentic WWII wrecks and more recent ones, including several that has been scuttled with divers in mind.

The latest issue of Polish magazine Nurkowanie features a big story about Malta on a fourteen-page spread:

They used some spectacular topside images provided by Malta Tourism Authority to illustrate the story, in addition to my wreck images from Um El Fahoud, Cominoland, Karwela and HMS Maori.

They also used one of my images on the cover, showing Stuart Rhys Jones of Dive Malta behind the propeller of Um El Fahroud. The text was written by Jonathan Thomas.

I've been to Malta several times, and never seem to get tired of the laid-back, easy wreck diving here!

The wreck of Karwela is located on Gozo, just a short ferry trip from the main island of Malta. The staircase inside the superstructure is very popular among underwater photographers - with good reason.

Join my photo workshop!

If you want to learn more about wreck photography, Malta is certainly one of the best places to do it: Not only do they have plenty of spectacular wrecks - the visibility is also great.

I run a wreck and cave photo workshop together with Dive Malta in September every year - click below to check out the details.

» Click here to read more about the Malta Wreck Photo Workshop

Magazyn Nurkowanie is published online in Polish, and I'm happy that readers in Poland get to know more about the great wreck diving in Malta.

If you read Polish and want to know more, here's a link to the magazine:

» Click here to read Magazyn Nurkowanie online

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