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Layered with undisturbed history and architecture, Malta is a peaceful and otherworldly Mediterranean getaway. With approximately 196km of remote coastlines, this rugged and rocky archipelago is a superyacht dream. Multiple bays provide an ideal location for boating - the ultimate way to navigate this island country. Yachting in Malta is an unforgettable experience.


From prehistoric churches, fossil-studded limestone cliffs, exhilarating scuba diving and a strongly embedded history, Malta is for the culturally hungry. Steeped in Roman Catholic culture and an enchanting mix of others, including Italian, German, British and Greek, locals are known for being incredibly warm and helpful. While Malta has modern aspects, the secluded clusters take you back in time. Valletta, the graceful, golden-tinged Lilliputian capital, was built by the Knights of St John in the 16th century. Explore St John's Cathedral, the Parliament building, and the sensational underground burial site, Hal Saflieni Hypogeum, carved from living rock 5000 years ago, to be transported back in time. Experiencing super yachts in Malta is the best way to navigate this wonderful island.


"Wonder the flower-embellished alleys of Birgu (Città Vittoriosa), swim the white-sanded secluded cove of the Blue Lagoon and indulge in local cuisine at the Medina Restaurant or a harbour-side eatery, three of my must-dos when yachting in Malta".


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