Amphibians Dive Club Malta
Saturday, 05. September 2015

Welcome to our Club!

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The Amphibians SCUBA Diving Club was formed in March 1983 by a group of diving enthusiasts making it thus the oldest SCUBA club in Malta. The club remains focused on promoting safe scuba diving in the unique crystal clear waters of the Maltese Islands in the middle of the Mediterranean. Protection and conservation of the marine habitat is a priority on all club dives whether from shore or boat dives.

On dry land, members meet regularly for dinners, barbeques, cultural tours, hikes, guided walks, clean-ups, weekends in Gozo, and other social events. The Amphibians Diving Club is a small but very active club.

Check out photos from some of our activities in our Photo Gallery.

Why not join the Amphibians today?
If you enjoy diving and at the same time making new friends and want to join our many activities, then all you have to do is join us.

Annual membership is only €15·
SCUBA Certification mandatory.

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Amphibians Boat Dive - Sikka tal-Qammiegh - 5 September 2015

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Boat Dive SEPT 5 2015 WEB

Unfortunately due to dive boat repairs, this boat dive is being cancelled

On Saturday 5 September 2015 the Amphibians once again head towards the western end of Malta to the Sikka tal-Qammiegh.

This is a dive that starts with a drop-off from where Gavin anchors the boat. The drop-off takes us to the deeper areas around the reef and if the conditions are right we could see predatory fish going around the reef in search of prey. A number of small caves and crevises are located around the reef and these can offer interesting opportunities for exploration.

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Photos from the Amphibians Mexican Night - August 2015

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AMPHIBIANS BBQ AUGUST 2015 WEB

The Amphibians Mexican Night held on Saturday 22 August 2015 was another great successful evening.

Special thanks goes to Winnie for not only hosting the Amphibians and their friends but also cooking the Chilli con Carne and other yummy food and dressing up her terrace with a Mexican theme.

Thanks to Joe for handling the chicken wings and other food and helping out with the cooking, Steve for the Guacamole, Mario and Sarah for the salad and the sorbet and Johann for the entertainment. Special thanks goes to the brave Amphibians (after a couple of Tequilas) who braved the microphone and sang along to karaoke. La Cucaracha Amigos.

Watch out for the next Amphibians events.

Click on image for photos from the event.

Video from Amphibians Boat Dive - Ras in-Newwiela - 22 August 2015

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Boat Dive AUG 22 2015 WEB

On Saturday 22 August 2015 the Amphibians dived at Ras in-Newwiela in Gozo.

This drift dive is a favourite with the Amphibians. Gavin, our boatman dropped us off at Ras in-Newwiela and we dived along the wall and drop-off towards Mgarr ix-Xini.

Click on image for video by Mario Schembri.

 

 

 

 

 

Posidonia Flowers and Fruit

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Posidonia Flowers and Fruit WEB

All Amphibians are kindly asked to keep a watchful eye during our dives and help in this study led by Professor Schembri.

If you notice or have noticed any flowers or fruit of Posidonia this year, please take note of dive site and dates and if possible take photos and inform Profs Schembri on  This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it  

Posidonia has flowered again in the West Mediterranean this year but the last records of fruit (and therefore, indirectly, of flowering) locally, was in 2013.

In case you have never seen the flowers or fruit of Posidonia, click on the image on left. Fruit are most likely to be noticed when washed up on shore.

Let us do our part and assist Profs Schembri in this study.

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