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Malta is perhaps the most beautiful island in the Mediterranean. Explore the fortress city of Valletta which has a splendid collection of palaces, churches and museums. Visit Mdina, a medieval walled city with a beautiful Cathedral and wonderful views from Bastion Square. Tour the eerie St Agatha and St Paul Catacombs in Rabat and the Hal Saflieni Hypogeum, a prehistoric subterranean structure. Discover the 11 ancient Megalithic Temples, seven of which are UNESCO World Heritage Sites and admire Mosta Cathedral which has a huge unsupported dome. Spend the day on Gozo Island to see the Citadel and Santa Maria Cathedral. Take a boat trip round Gozo to the Azure Window, a natural limestone arch. Go on another boat trip off Malta to visit the stupendous Blue Grotto. Relax on the beautiful beaches, and enjoy scuba diving and windsurfing.
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RYA Yachtmaster Offshore Sail/Motor Exam
This is the ultimate qualification for pleasure yachtsman. This award can also be commercially endorsed for employment purposes.

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EUR 920 / Per person
Sport Camps
Sailing
Season: January - December
Malta

RYA Yachtmaster Ocean Theory and Practical
The RYA Yachtmaster Ocean is the next step for those in possession of the RYA Yachtmaster Offshore certificate.

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EUR 1250 / Per person
Sport Camps
Sailing
Season: January - December
Malta

Transport Malta Nautical Licence Course
This course is a requirement for all Maltese citizens driving a boat with engine size of 30HP or more.

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EUR 160 / Per person
Sport Camps
Sailing
Season: January - December
Malta

MCA Master 200GT / OOW 500GT
Your gateway to super yacht employment.

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EUR 950 / Per person
Sport Camps
Sailing
Season: January - December
Malta

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Malta Travel Stories
Malta: Ancient Home to Goddesses and Fertility Cults Nowhere on earth did a Goddess ever reign as she did in Malta. Architect Richard England explains the Maltese temples themselves as the personification of the Earth Mother, with floor plans which echo abundant maternal curves. One can easily imagine the concept of entering the "womb" of the temple for communion with the Goddess, and... Read more >>>