P29 wreck


from the shore in Malta



Max depth

35 m

P29 wreck is a wreck of a patrol ship formerly belonging to the Maltese armed forces, which was deliberately sunk in 2007 with divers in mind. The wreck is slowly becoming a reef and offers many opportunities for exploration and observation of underwater life.


from the shore in Malta


A surcharge of €20 will be added, if you rent our equipment

P29 wreck in Gozo. Diveworld Gozo.

P29 was used to secure the Maltese coast against smuggling and for border control operations. The unit was decommissioned in 2004 and was purchased by the Malta Tourism Authority just a year later. In 2007, after cleaning, it was sunk near the Ċirkewwa port to serve as a diving site and artificial reef.

Currently, P29 wreck lies at a depth of about 35 meters, so it is most suitable for experienced divers. During the dive on P29 wreck, you can see various elements of the ship, masts, cabins and other structural details.

Many species of fish can be found around the wreck, such as mullet, moray eels, scorpionfish and stingrays. Sometimes you also spot squid, lobsters and other interesting sea creatures.

P29 wreck dive is a challenge for divers due to the greater depth and dive time. Adequate experience, equipment and proper dive planning are essential.

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