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Underwater Photo Location: Rosalie Moller

Underwater Photo Location: Rosalie Moller

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Wreck sunk by German bombers in October 1941. Transporting coal to North African conflict and sunk two days after the Thistlegorm
Facts about Rosalie Moller
  • It is in Egypt
  • Rosalie Moller is in the Red Sea.
  • The typical depth is 0-50 Metres 0-160 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 3-10 Metres 10-30 Feet.
Dive types
Liveaboardwreck

Marine Life
smallshoals


Photo facilities
macrowideangle

by James Dawson
Ringed Chromodoris posing on the Rosalie Moller. (Canon G9 and Ikelite DS51 strobe)

by Dray Van Beeck
Blenny (3)

by Dray Van Beeck
Blenny 2

by Dray Van Beeck
Deep down on the Rosalie Moller.

by Cat Briggs
lovely flabellina being eyed by a lion taken on the wreck of the Rosalie Moller

by Oxana Kamenskaya
SS Rosalie Moller, North Red sea. The ship’s funnel. Stern mast, like bow mast, is already broken.

by Oxana Kamenskaya
SS Rosalie Moller, North Red sea. Ship's bow.

by Oxana Kamenskaya
SS Rosalie Moller. Proppelers.
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