Watersports in Malta In Malta
Waterworld offers a wide variety of water activities for any occasion, whether private or corporate. We use sports boats to create events and compliment this with water-sports based out of our Beach at Sunny Coast Resort - Qawra.
Canoes & Paddle Boats
Enjoy the beautiful weather and waters of Malta with a Canoe or paddle boat. You are the engine of this ride and you set your own pace.
When in Malta you can make an everlasting memory with a Jet Ski. Fly across the water with our top of the line Yamaha Waverunner 1100cc. This pure power is under your command.
Self Drive Boats
Come and hire one of our 12ft boats and enjoy the day with family and friends. You can visit our sister island Gozo or swim in the clear waters of the Blue Lagoon Comino. You can also enjoy the stunning views of Comino and its mysterious caves.
If you are looking for a unique water sport that is similar to wake boarding, and just as thrilling, knee boarding is for you.
Wakeboarding is fast becoming one of the most popular water-sports in Malta. At Waterworld Water sports, we are dedicated to providing quality instruction whether it is for the recreational rider or the aspiring Pro Wake boarder.
Take on a thrilling ride with a towable of your choice. We have all the classics like banana, sonar etc. As well as new ones like kick-flip and vapor. Which one do you choose?
Looking for fun and adventure? Wish to take part in an outrageous experience? Our Exclusive Boat Trip is the perfect solution for all this and more.
Jet ski Safaris
If you like water sports, why not partake of a Comino Jet Ski Safari on the waters of the Mediterranean sea. You can drive your own machine and take a pillion passenger with you.
Feel like taking a boat out to the open sea. Charter one today and make your own day to be the way you want it to.
Looking for fun and adventure? Wish to take part in an outrageous experience? We offer all this and more on our boat trips.
Prices on request and boat trips can be tailor made for any destination around the Maltese islands.