Dive Centre Opening Hours
- Monday:9.00am to 6.00pm
- Tuesday:9.00am to 6.00pm
- Wednesday:9.00am to 6.00pm
- Thursday:9.00am to 6.00pm
- Friday:9.00am to 6.00pm
- Saturday:9.00am to 6.00pm
- Sunday:9.00am to 6.00pm
THE MOBY DIVES DIFFERENCE
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FROM THE BLOG
After 4 days we are delighted to introduce the newest member of the PADI
Congratulations Manuel for successfully completing your PADI Advanced Open Water Diver course. We hope
As is the tradition, the Moby Dives team get the season underway with a
When considering the subject of fitness and diving, it’s important debunk inaccurate information and
Congratulations to Kevin on successfully completing your PADI scuba diver course and of course
As the dive season gets underway, the PADI family of scuba divers has just
It’s a sobering statistic: According to a report recently published by the World Economic Forum,
Eat chocolate before diving — it’s not only delicious, it’s good for your dive
We promised it was coming and we are delighted to announce that it is
Some fantastic visibility here in Gozo at the moment. Here are some of our
MEET THE TEAM
on the dive team
Affectionally known as the “Boss Man” (He secretly likes it!) Mark is often seen around the place making sure that everything is running shipshape.
He started diving in 1993, decided to make it his profession and eventually moved out to Gozo. He entered the Divemaster program with Moby’s and has remained.
Long story short, ten years ago, Sue came on holiday to Gozo, and, leaving the world of PR and marketing management behind, decided to stay.
GOZO DIVE ADVENTURES
Video credit – Pete Bullen
ABOUT OUR ISLANDS
A popular nickname of Gozo is the Isle of Calypso, derived from the location of Ogygia in Greek mythological poem Homer’s Odyssey. In the myth, the island was controlled by nymph Calypso who detained the hero of the story Odysseus there as prisoner of love for seven years; Gozo is thought to be modern day Ogygia.
The island itself has a population of around 31,000 people (all of Malta combined has 402,000), and its inhabitants are known as Gozitans (Maltese: Għawdxin). It is rich in historical locations such as the Ġgantija temples, which are the world’s oldest free-standing structures, as well as the world’s oldest religious structures.
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