Dive Systems offers courses for all levels.
We're ready to give you an introduction to diving if you have never breathed underwater before, all the way to courses to become an instructor or technical diver.
Dive Systems offers diving courses from the beginner level up to technical divers and instructors. Our professional instructor team will help you to develop and be a better diver wherever you start from.
To start, try Discover Scuba diving. With this program you can decide whether you like diving at all. We promise you will! Then the next step is the Open Water Diver Course. The Discover Scuba program can give you credit towards this course. The PADI Open Water Diver certification is well known worldwide. It will never expire, only you will need to do is take a refresher course if you haven’t dived for a while.
What can you do after Open Water? PADI system has a comprehensive continuing education system. In Malta you have to be Advanced Open Water Diver to dive without instructor supervision. We offer the to courses together in a package.
There are plenty of specialities to choose from, our most popular package is the Wreck Adventurer, which includes the Deep, Wreck and Nitrox specialities. Due to the number of shipwrecks around Malta in 20-30 m depth these courses are very useful around here. Another exciting option is the DPV course, which teaches you how to use underwater scooters. It gives you the opportunity to visit the divesites throughout without effort.
Did you know that Malta has still many undiscovered shipwrecks from WWI and WWII? However the lay deep beneath the surface. Every year Heritage Malta provides new coordinates of sunken warships, submarines and planes which divers can visit. To see them you will need special training. Check out our technical dive courses.
The easiest if you browse through the courses and see what you are interested for. If you have any further questions please feel free to contact us!
For your safety, all PADI students must complete a medical statement prior to commencing a course. If none of the listed conditions apply, you sign the form and are ready to start.
If any conditions affect you, as a safety precaution, a physician must examine you and sign a medical form that confirming you are fit to dive, dated within the last 12 months. You must bring this form with you to the dive center before you start diving.