Maximum depth of the wrecks is 34 m, however, you can reach deeper waters behind the Rozi. We did some discovery dives with the DPVs, encountered big groupers and an eagle ray. It is one of the most popular dive sites of Malta. The place can get busy, but there is plenty of parking and the dive site offers many options.
Rozi was the first wreck sunk as an artificial reef in Malta. Originally there was a glass-bottom boat visiting, but soon diving became more and more popular, and we took over.
The P29 was a German minesweeper, later she was used by the Maltese Navy for long, patrolling the waters around Malta. After being decommissioned, she joined the artificial reef project. Scuttled in 2007 adding a great dive option in the area.
In the car park, there are nice facilities including toilets, hot showers, and – most importantly- Snackman! He keeps us well-fed while diving at Cirkewwa.
There is no shade in the area, so make sure you drink plenty of water and be careful not to get a sunburn.