Liveaboard diving in
This site is considered one of the most famous wreck dives on the Maltese Islands. Diving here is recommended for advanced divers. Divers can penetrate into the wreck through the available openings. The rear section of the wreck is also open, allowing easy access to the engine area. The deck level has some passage ways and rooms available for observation. The wheel house is still perfectly intact .
When To Go Diving
Diving is available year-round. The average air temperature stays around 10-15C/50-59 F during the winter and 21-30C/70-83F during the summer. The average water temperature is about 14-17C/58-63F from December through April and 18-25°C/65-77F from May through November.
What to see
Sitting on a sandy seabed not far from the reef edge this 40m/131ft long tug boat is home to an incredible array of marine life including nudibranchs, morays, bream, eagle rays, barracuda, dusky groupers and octopus.