Comino, BLUE LAGOON & Caves

Join captain Kevin on this family-run boat and set off to Comino Island and the amazing Blue Lagoon. Swim, snorkel, sunbathe and explore the beautiful crystal clear waters. Discover sites, caves, and history along the way.


  • Enjoy a day on a family run boat with Kevin and the crew
  • Swim and snorkel in the famous crystal clear waters of the Blue Lagoon
  • Take amazing pictures of the caves and scenery as you cruise along the north coast
  • Pull out a deckchair on the upper deck and work on your tan
  • Slide into the turquoise water of the Blue Lagoon from a 10m slide

Departing from the Bugibba Jetty we begin by cruising along the northern coast of Malta. Cruising close to the coast you will witness sights such as St. Pauls islands and the statue of St. Pauls, Mellieha Bay, Coral Cove and Ahrax Point. As we cross the channel you will see Comino from a different view point, witnessing sites such as the Elephants Head, entering into Santa Maria cave, Santa Maria Bay, St. Nicholas Bay, and the only hotel on the island - Comino hotel. Throughout the journey, captain Kevin and his father Joe, will inform you about the sites and give you information. After approximately 1 hour, the boat arrives in Comino in the middle of the famous Blue Lagoon. Here the boat will moor up and you have more then enough time to enjoy, what many have called paradise on Earth. During your time here, feel free to use all the on board facilities such as: the upper sunbathing deck including free deck chairs, the spacious and shaded main deck, the 10meter slide, washrooms, locker facilities and more. Use the boat as your base, you can easily walk ashore to the beach and return at your own leisure.

The boat also has an airconditioned cafeteria should you wish to purchase any food or drinks. Come late afternoon we will continue our journey into the Mgarr harbour on Gozo island without stopping, then head towards the Crystal Lagoon a smaller less popular bay – more well-known to private boat owners. Here we enter into the last sea cave and with a little imagination you can also see some rock formations. Watching the sun go down slowly, we cruise under the Santa Maria tower and head towards the mainland Malta.