Daily diving from the boat

Inner Lantern point

Inner Lantern Point in Cominotto, Malta, is a great diving spot known for its amazing underwater scenes and lots of sea life. Divers from all over come here to explore a unique deep vertical cave that goes down over 50 meters, giving a special diving experience.

Diving at Inner Lantern Point means traveling through beautiful underwater tunnels and along walls filled with corals and sea creatures. This area is full of colorful fish, octopuses, and starfish, making it a dream for underwater photographers.

The water here is very clear, which means you can see far and enjoy the bright and lively underwater world. Inner Lantern Point is best for divers who have more experience because of its depth and possible underwater currents.

This diving site is also famous for night dives. When divers use their lights underwater at night, it brings out new and exciting colors of sea life.

Inner Lantern Point is one of the most impressive and thrilling diving sites in Malta, offering unforgettable experiences and unique chances to explore the underwater world.

The lighthouse reef

The Lighthouse Reef, also known as Outer Lantern Point, is a dive site near Comino, known for its unique underwater features and suitable for advanced divers. It’s accessible only by boat and is located at the most southwestern part of Comino Island.

Dive Site Characteristics:

Depth: The site has an average depth of about 30 meters and can reach a maximum of 50 meters.

Features: The dive site is characterized by a variety of underwater landscapes, including a plateau at about 6 meters deep, a steep drop-off, and a unique L-shaped vertical tunnel known as “the Chimney.” This tunnel starts at 6 meters and descends to a depth of 16 meters, leading into a cave.

Underwater Life: Divers can expect to see large boulders, caverns, overhangs, and small caves filled with a diverse range of marine life. The reef wall is home to species like dentex, amberjacks, barracudas, bream, groupers, huge moray eels, and octopuses. The smaller nooks and crannies often house damselfish, starfish, shrimps, crabs, and sponges.

Diving Experience:

The site offers varied experiences for both experienced and novice divers. While experienced divers can explore deeper parts, novice divers may prefer staying near the wall and in the shallower areas.

The site’s low popularity indicates a more secluded and intimate diving experience.

Diving Conditions:

Lighthouse Reef presents a diverse and engaging diving experience, combining geological formations with a rich array of marine life. It’s especially appealing for those looking for a more secluded dive site with advanced features.

Dive locations:

Your dive trip:

10:00 – Departure from Creek Marina

11:00 – Arriving to 1st dive site

11:30 – 1st dive

12:45 – Heading to 2nd dive site/free time.

14:00 – 2nd dive

15:30 – Return to Creek Marina

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The boat:

Each and every dive trip on our boat includes the following extras:

Fresh water