Tug Boat Rozi
The MV Rozi was a British tugboat originally named Rossmore, built in 1958 in Bristol. The forty-meter-long wreck was sold to a Maltese company in 1972 and was intentionally sunk for diving tourism. The wreck is very photogenic and rests on its keel, with any elements that could pose a threat to divers having been removed. It is perfectly prepared for penetration and serves as a habitat for a variety of fish species, including tuna, barracuda, octopus, moray eels, parrotfish, groupers, nudibranchs, scorpion fish, cardinals, and many others. An additional unforgettable attraction is a large anchor, which was sunk on the way to the wreck and serves as a favourite meeting place for underwater photographers.
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