At Bezz Diving, the second week of May saw us very busy diving in Malta and Gozo once again. With the return of our brother Diego, the Bezz Diving staff is now complete and what a welcome it was for Diego. It was his, and Julia’s, second anniversary in Malta, how happy we are to have met you and shared so many great times with this amazing couple!
Diego’s job last week was to take care of our friends from Belgium, from Les Atlantes diving club.Vincent’s request was to show them the best diving in Malta and at the end of the week we had 10 super happy Belgian divers. A combination of wreck dives in Malta on Nitrox, caves in Gozo and a day on the luzzu in Comino fulfilled their wishes:-)
Steven, also from Belgium, was back to complete his PADI Rescue course at Bezz Diving in Malta and he was joined by Matteo. 2 intensive days of rescue scenarios and open water dives, 94% in their theory exam and it saw them lift the cup(Annie) and getting a well deserved certification:-)
Adrian, also from Belgium ( we might as well call it the Belgian invasion of Bezz Diving in Malta last week then!) was doing his SSI Advanced Adventure Diver course and SSI Nitrox Speciality. And we also had Michelle, from the UK, doing her PADI Open Water course with us. Michelle completed the theory online, through the e-learning option, before arriving to Malta so we just had 3 days left of diving in Malta to complete the course. Massive improvement in her buoyancy and confidence with mastering all the diving skills over the 3 days, we are proud of her!
And once the Belgian’s finished their week, the Italians came for some diving in Malta with us. They just had a weekend here so we took them to the wrecks in Cirkewwa, the Um el Faroud and to Gozo. Sei grande Tronconi!!
And to finish off a great week for Bezz Diving in Malta,on Saturday, we took a group of divers to dive the HMS Maori wreck in Valleta. As we say at Bezz Diving, let the good times roll!
If you are still thinking of your summer holidays, don’t think too much! Some diving in Malta with the Bezz Diving crew doesn’t sound like a bad idea, doesn’t it? Click on our pages for Guided Diving in Malta or Scuba Diving courses in Malta for more information…and see you soon:-)