This trip has been designed to give you a chance to see all the Maltese islands in one day. Discover the scenic beauty of the Maltese coastline. Your Captain Morgan vessel has ample deck space for roaming about the boat and enjoying the fresh air. The vessel also has a fully stocked lounge bar and toilet facilities.
The Boat leaves Sliema Marina at 09:30, cruising south-eastwards past Valletta, Malta’s capital city, the Grand Harbour entrance, and onwards passing Marsascala Bay, St. Thomas Bay, Island Bay, Peter’s Pool, round Delimara Point, and past Marsaxlokk Bay, Malta’s largest fishing village.
The Vessel cruises towards the Blue Grotto, proceeding north-west below the breathtaking Dingli Cliffs with the little Island Filfla to the south, past some of Malta’s most popular sandy beaches. A great attraction is Anchor Bay, where we give you the opportunity to photograph “Popeye’s Village”, the actual set of the film Popeye which was shot on location.
Then across to the island of Comino where we moor in the crystal waters of the famous “Blue Lagoon”, or another bay depending on weather conditions. Optional boat rides visiting the caves of Comino are available
A superb buffet spread and wine is served by Captain Morgan’s Chef and Stewards.
The boat leaves Comino cruising towards Dahlet Qorrot and San Blas Bay. Soon after cruise past Ramla l-Hamra with its peculiar reddish sand, your guide points out the legendary Calypso’s Cave high up in the rocks as Ulysses saw it. Past Marsalforn Bay along the rock hewn salt pans and on to Wied il-Ghasri, Dwejra Point and the beautiful Dwejra Bay with its historical Fungus Rock.
The boat leaves Dwejra cruising towards Xlendi Bay past Ta’ Cenc Cliffs approaching Mgarr ix-Xini, on towards the picturesque fishing port of Mgarr. Here, we see this magnificent main harbour of Gozo with its imposing breakwater.
Then cruise past Comino towards Mellieha Bay and St. Paul’s Island, where St. Paul was shipwrecked in 60 AD, past St. Paul’s Bay, Salina Bay, St. Andrews, the Casino, the picturesque St. Julian’s Bay, reaching Sliema at approximately 17.30.