MV Cominoland

Wreck Dive, Xatt l-Ahmar, Gozo

MV Cominoland was built in 1942 in England and was originally named " Minor Eagle" Cominoland was a former Captain Morgan Cruise passenger ship doing tourist day trips around Comino and around Valletta when bought In May 1992. 

She was sunk in August 2006 together with Karwela to create an artificial reef for scuba divers. The third wreck, Xlendi was scuttled seven years earlier in 1999, but upside down.

The Cominoland wreck is about 35 m long and sits in an upright position on a sandy seabed with a maximum depth of 41m. The wreck has two decks that offer plenty of potential for exploration and is safe to penetrate because of the openings cut out before the sinking.

The wreck starts at 32 m with the deck at 35 m and her bows at 39 m.

The wreck in itself lies about 60m to the East of its neighbouring wreck the Karwela. The Karwela, Cominoland & Xlendi are the only 3 wreck dives to do on  the island of Gozo.

Experience Needed

You must be certified to dive to a depth of 40 meters to dive this site. If you wish to penetrate the wreck you will be required to have a Wreck Diver certification. We would also recommend being a Nitrox Diver.


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