Here’s why boat chartering is the ultimate summer experience

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Here's why boat chartering is the ultimate summer experience

Summer is a lot of people’s favourite season and we can understand why. It means unforgettable summer nights with friends and scorching summer days by the ocean. These days, having a safe space where you can chill out with good company means the world, which is why boat chartering makes for the ultimate summer experience.

  • The Views

World-renowned for its extensive list of jaw-dropping locations, Malta’s beauty knows no bounds and The Chartering Company will take you there. Get a front row seat to some of Malta’s beautiful locations including Daħlet Qorrot, Paradise Bay, Blue Lagoon and so much more.

  • The Vibes

There’s nothing quite like setting sail with great company on a hot summer’s day. You can even choose which boat you want to board and your desired location, just specify how many people will be boarding and the dates you wish and you’re sorted.

  • The Value

The Chartering Company’s range of vessels means that there are enough boats to accommodate any kind of group. Whether you want to keep it low-key or want to go luxurious, just head over to their website and take a look for yourself!

  • The Comfort

Nothing says ‘summer vibes’ and ‘island life’ more than a hot summer’s day on the clear blue seas of Malta and with The Chartering Company, comfort is a priority. Check out all available itineraries and beach forecasts on their website and prepare yourself for an incredible summer experience.

  • The Convenience

With The Chartering Company, your next journey is literally one click away. What makes it even better is that they offer boat owners the opportunity to charter their vessel and earn some extra cash.

So what are you waiting for? Visit thecharteringcompany.com to find out more!


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Man defines a ‘dog is man’s best friend’ in heart warming photos

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Man defines a ‘dog is man’s best friend’ in heart warming photos

Images showcase a man cycling his bike in Bugibba accompanied by his dog in a tailor made compartment. The dog, napping and relaxed in the little hand-made basket, seemed to be enjoying the ride with his beloved owner as he cycled throughout the locality. 

The man captured the attention of people around him who could not help but take snapshots of the heartwarming sight. This man is a reminder of the lengths pet-owners go to in order to accommodate and love their animal best-friends. Travelling was not going to stop this man from taking his buddy for a mini adventure. And all the while, the lucky dog is just cruising and enjoy the passing view. 



179 COVID-19 cases registered with 2 recoveries

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Malta has registered 179 new cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours from 2,647 swab tests, while 2 patients have recovered. No deaths were registered in the past 24 hours. This information was announced by the official Facebook page of Malta’s Ministry for Health.

As of Sunday 11th July 2021, 706,857 vaccine doses were administered of which 372,052 were 1st doses. 350,338 people are currently fully vaccinated. 

To date, Malta has registered 31,240 COVID-19 cases in total, of which: 30,186 have recovered, 420 died and 634 are still active.


Photo Source: Charmaine Gauci FB

Two-thirds of children vaccinated with first dose

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Two-thirds of children vaccinated with first dose

Two-thirds of children aged between 12 and 15 have received at least the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. The invitations were sent out by the end of June, with health authorities starting the vaccine administration to the age group soon after schools shut for summer holidays. Around 65% of those invited turned up to receive their vaccination, although the exact number was not given. Should the process continue as scheduled, the first doses will be completed by July 24th, a spokesperson told Times of Malta.

Speaking on OneRadio, Prime Minister Robert Abela stated that if the science points towards younger children being safe for vaccination, he will be one of the first to have his daughter vaccinated. Sources also claimed that health authorities are satisfied with the turnout so far, urging anyone who did not receive their invite or missed their appointment to send an email to [email protected]. 


Photo Source: Cleveland Clinic Health Essentials

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