The wreck of The Rozi was deliberately sunk in 1992 as an underwater attraction for Captain Morgan’s Underwater Safari Tours intended as a submarine tourist attraction.
Diving The Rozi
The wreck of the Rozi lies upright on a sandy bottom, at a depth of 36 metres (118 ft). It is intact except for its engines and propeller. The wreck is full of marine life, including sea breams, scorpionfish, rainbow wrasses and cardinal fish.
The site is easily accessible from the nearby Ċirkewwa Harbour and is located close to the wreck of the patrol boat P29.
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