HMS Maori

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HMS Maori

HMS Maori

The HMS Maori was a destroyer during World War II and was subsequently destroyed itself in 1942 by the Luftwaffe off the coast of Malta. The wreck was towed and relocated just outside of the Grand Harbour and today is one of the most popular dive sites on the island. Ideal for beginners the wreck is on a sandy bottom at only 14m deep. The marine life is dense and plentiful including morays, mullet and bream.

The HMS Maori was a destroyer during World War II and was subsequently destroyed itself in 1942 by the Luftwaffe off the coast of Malta. The wreck was towed and relocated just outside of the Grand Harbour and today is one of the most popular dive sites on the island. Ideal for beginners the wreck is on a sandy bottom at only 14m deep. The marine life is dense and plentiful including morays, mullet and bream.

The HMS Maori was a destroyer during World War II and was subsequently destroyed itself in 1942 ...

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Dive Med

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Dive Med

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Scuba diving is a family run business at Dive Med diving center. Located near Zonqor point in Marsaskala, on the east coast of Malta, the dive club is managed by two born and bred Maltese, Miguel and his daughter Abigail. ...

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