Many Days between June and October
Mermaid Cruises, Saint Paul's Bay, Malta View map
Boarding begins at 10:00 am at Bugibba Jetty. Captain Matthew will greet you aboard the Mermaid. We set sail at 10:30 am sharp and thus your full-day cruise begins. Cruising up north you will have spectacular views of the beautiful Maltese coastline. On the way up to Comino, we will begin to explore some of the caves along the coastline. Luckily the Mermaid is a smaller boat and is able to enter inside the caves to take pictures at no extra charge. Your first stop is at the famous Blue Lagoon, Comino. The main attraction of the Maltese Islands and is the most visually impressive beach with its remarkably clear blue water. In the Blue Lagoon, you will have the opportunity to swim, snorkel & dive into the crystal clear waters of the Mediterranean Sea. The Mermaid will remain berthed at Comino, you can dive and jump from the boat. Fancy a walk? When choosing Mermaid Cruises you can discover the secluded island of Comino on foot. You can also enjoy lunch aboard the Mermaid, snack bar and toilet facilities are available onboard. At the time specified by Captain Matthew, you will board the Mermaid and you're ready to continue your boat cruise. On the way back down to Malta the boat sails through the Comino channel taking in more beautiful caves like the giant octopus cave, open-top face cave, and the crystal lagoon. Your final stop will be at the historical islands of St Pauls for one last swim to freshen up or to walk and see the statue of St Paul. After 30 minutes the boat will honk its horn and you will cruise back into the harbor of Bugibba for 6 pm when your delightful day on the Mermaid will come to an end. The day may be over but you'll have the best memories to last a lifetime!
Come and join us for a fantastic day out at sea. Dive into the crystal clear waters of the Blue Lagoon. Immerse yourself in natural coastal caves. Swim, sunbathe and relax aboard the Mermaid. It will be a day to remember and the highlight to your holiday.