|Maximum Depth||35 metres|
|Entry & Exit||shore|
|Typical Marine Life||Grouper, Amber Jack, Barracuda, Rainbow Wrasse, Painted Combers, Nudibranch, Moray Eel|
Built in Bristol, England for Johnston Warren Lines Ltd, of Liverpool and launched as “Rossmore”. In 1969 sold to Rea Towing Co. Liverpool and renamed “Rossgarth”. In 1972 she was sold to Mifsud Brothers (Malta Ship Towage) Ltd, Malta, retaining her name. In the same year she sailed from Liverpool for Malta where in 1973 she was registered. In 1981 she was sold to Tug Malta and renamed Rozi. The Tugboat Rozi operated in Grand Harbour Valletta. In 1992 she was sold to Captain Morgan Cruises and was scuttled in the Northwest side of Malta as an attraction for tourists. Now resting upright on white sand at 35 metres, this 30 metre long tugboat is regarded as one of the best and most accessible dives on Malta.
The Rozi is located a short swim from the far right of the Marfa entry. The water here is frequently so clear that the wreck can be seen from a distance and the whole ship appreciated. As the Rozi was scuttled deliberately all hazards were removed or sealed off, leaving many safe areas for exploration and adventure still open for the experienced diver. For divers choosing not to enter the superstructure, there is an abundance of aquatic life to view during exploration of the exterior of the wreck. The wreck sits as an example of what diving can give back to the environment.
Cirkewwa is situated only five minutes drive from AquaVenture.