MV Rozi

Dive sites (wreck dive)
Malta

4 Review
Wreck
Wildlife and flora
Difficulty

Wreck informations

Length
Width
Height
Nationality
Building
Sinking year
Cause of sinking
Total deaths
Ship Type
Propulsion
Tonnage

Scuba diving conditions

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Visibility

When to go?

From May to September

Fishes and sea creatures

Barracuda
Grouper
Octopus
Moray eel


Reviews
4 review
25/02/2018

Navire d'envergure mais pas encore assez peuplé.
08/04/2016

At the North of Malta there is Marfa Point. Here there is an old metal jetty, and approximitely 135 metres out from here lies the tugboat Rozi. The maximum depth of this dive is 36 metres. The Rozi was a 40 metre tug deliberately sunk in 1991 as an underwater attraction for glass-bottomed boat tours. The Rozi 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 ship is surrounded by thousands of fish, including sea breams, scorpion fish, rainbow wrasses and cardinal fish.
05/02/2016

Small wreck, really small
12/01/2016

Plongée sympa sans plus, l'épave n'est pas très grande mais en bonne état. Quelques barracudas autour et un poulpe.
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