Following on from your morning of e-scooter fun and after indulging your taste buds in a meal at one of Balluta Bays top restaurants, it’s then off to St Georges Bay for an afternoon of Scuba diving. More experienced divers can challenge themselves at the sites proposed in the second half of our invigorating adventure tour. The divers are taken to the places by boat, where a world of subaquatic marvels awaits. The different sites are recommended based on the diving background of the individual participants. For instance, the Cirkewwa option boasts 8 different dive spots comprising astounding arches, a statue, 2 wrecks and plentiful marine life. All of this can be enjoyed in crystal-clear, almost translucent waters. An alternative to this is Carolita Barge, which is located just off Manoel Island. Also known as the X-127, this World War I wreck was first used as a British water carrier barge during the Battle of Gallipoli in order to supply the troops. During the Second World War she was deployed as a fuel carrier during the Battle of Malta. Having been sunk in 1942, she continues to fascinate divers with her striking features, such as the raised iron girders which the horses would stand against in order to steady themselves. This wreck is suitable for less experienced divers, as it lies on a sloping bottom, providing a depth that ranges from 3 to 21 metres.