Built in 1953 in Bristol, England, The Rozi arrived in Malta in 1973. She was originally scuttled to be an underwater attraction for a tourist submarine.

She sits a depth of 34 metres and sits upright on the sandy seabed, intact except for its engines and propeller. This is one of the most popular dive sites on the Maltese Islands, with much to see and explore. The tug is surrounded by thousands of fish, including sea breams, scorpion fish, rainbow wrasses and cardinal fish.

Certification Level: Advanced Open Water