Malta, located in the middle of the Mediterranean, is a true paradise to anyone lucky enough to go there. Previously under the United Kingdom Government, the island is today completely independent and considered the smallest State of the European Union. However, Malta kept English (and Maltese) as their primary language.
Malta is a small island paradise, with everything that you could dream of in only a few square kilometers. You can enjoy diving, fishing, relaxing along the beaches or exploring the many coves, explore the local villages, admire the beautiful rocky shores, or the mysterious temples, see beautiful architecture or historic sites, taste the local specialties and much more.
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Several Marinas are located on the island with various boat services, including: Msida & Ta'Xbiex, Laguna, Grand Harbour, Manoel Island, Portomaso and Mgarr.
To take full advantage of Malta, rent a boat to discover the island in all its glory. There is nothing more relaxing than cruising around on a boat and enjoying the calming sounds of the waves, basking under the warm sun. Malta has a beautiful sunset and aboard a boat you can ensure the best views to watch the sun go down. Set off early in the morning and discover Gozo or Comino, to enjoy beautiful views and swim in the blue waters. If you are an experienced sailor, you ca even make the journey to neighbouring Sicily, located 58 nautical miles from the island. Through the Click&Boat platform, you can charter a yacht, sailboat, motorboat, catamaran, RIB, or even a jet ski.
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Definitely take a boat charter. Valetta. Dingli cliffs. The cemetery at Paola, so much to see all over the island. Mdina and Rabat, Mosta. The buses are very efficient and take you all over the island. A walk around the outside of the city wall is also good and take the water taxi across to the three cities.
I was with friends and family to enjoy wedding of our friends. We missed all the boats in our last day because of the celebrations and still not visited the Comino Island, Blue Lagoon etc. My last option was to go to some of the reps in the hotel to ask. She was very detailed about all, but unfortunately we was late for everything and she said that only one opportunity to make the private charter. First offer was self drive boat, but she was explain that weather at the moment is unusual and sea is change fast. In case is better to have a skipper. The price what she gave was really good - skipper, fuel and trip 4 hours 380 euros. Looks pretty expensive but is not, because we had our private time all places and we share with friends. Visited the St Paul Islands near Buggiba, was really nice because of the caves and the story of the islands. After the driver pick us up to the Coral Lagoon, next time I will get diving equipment because the water is really clear. Might is better to visit this place from the land also because is a small entrance for boats, but instead the place is nice. The way to Comino was pretty fast but all of us was enjoyed because was hot. He was left us for short brake in Blue Lagoon, nice place but is very busy, a lot of people... That's why we spend more time around caves and Crystal lagoon. The recommendation from the rep was northern beaches of Malta also, but we was enjoyed more time and the wind was a beat more and we back. Highly recommend this private charters if you want to enjoy your time not depends from the busiest Blue Lagoon and a lot of people on board. We was took own food and drinks. Near the office is a supermarket. If you are couple f families or just looking for something really nice and romantic, do it! Again many thanks to the lady she is an experienced sale and professional skills about sea and weather conditions, boats and places in Malta. Thanks to crew and the skipper - good guy, kept all of us safe.
Visited Comino and the Blue lagoon together with another bay in Qala Gozo . Weather in Malta is perfect for days out at sea. Being a special occasion or simply a relaxing day boat trips are a must when in Malta. Maltese crew are experienced friendly seamen Don’t leave the Maltese Islands without such an experience
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