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Underwater Photo Location: Cirkewwa Rosi wreck

Underwater Photo Location: Cirkewwa Rosi wreck

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An extremely accessible yet diverse and interesting wreck dive coupled with 2 separate anchors, a shallow but colorful wall and an underwater statue placed their recently by divers.

The wreck, which is called the Rosi, is of large size and lies just very slightly tilted. The deepest part, the propeller, lies at 32 meters. It is in pristine condition and is visited often by divers who bring food and thus have encouraged large shoals of friendly, medium and small sized fish. Small groupers are frequent spots, as too are large Morey ells.


Facts about Cirkewwa Rosi wreck
  • It is in Malta
  • The typical depth is 0-30 Metres 0-100 Feet.
  • The typical visibility is 30+ Metres 100+ Feet.
Dive types
shorewreckwall

Marine Life
bigsmallshoals

Diving facilities
airnitroxrepairshireinstructionguidedfriendly

Photo facilities
pfriendly

by Michel Lonfat
Diving the Rosi in Malta...

by Michel Lonfat
Caroline my wife diving the Rosy on Malta Island... Que du bonheur... :O)...

by Michel Lonfat
Diving the Rozy in Malta... Que du bonheur... :O)...

by Jeannot Kuenzel
Two stages of development of SQUID are visible in the picture. These eggs are about 3mm in diameter and when the little squid inside has used up all the nutrients in that "egg-ball" he is attached to, the see-through shell of the egg breaks open.

by Jeannot Kuenzel
The development of SQUID is visible in the picture. These eggs are about 3mm in diameter and when the little squid inside has used up all the nutrients in that "egg-ball" he is attached to, the see-through shell of the egg breaks open.

by Jeannot Kuenzel
Not only are these embryonic squid (Loligo vulgaris) protected by their see-through eggs, but these translucent walls also allow their developing vision to be stimulated constantly,- a sense that squid use intensely when hunting...

by Patrik Engstrom
My wife Katja on the Rozie Malta
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