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Published on Jun 25, 2012
Teams of divers ranging from recreational advanced to trimix, some in sidemount some in back mount and most on scooters enjoy a dive on one of the Red Sea's most magnificent wrecks.
The Rosalie Moller was given the task to deliver coal to the allied forces stationed along North Africa. She met her fate in October 1941 after a long journey from England via the Cape of Good Hope, a day after the SS Thistlegorm was hit.
She sits perfectly on her keel in a depth of 48m, her deck is at 33-35m. She lies in a the channel in between the islands of Gubal and Geysum where the water is still with a lot of sediments, offering divers limited visibility in comparison to the rest of the wrecks on our North Wreck route.
This limited visibility adds to the eeriness and character of this beautiful ship.
Always happy to come back to here.
Enjoy the video shot on the deck of Rosalie and watch out the soundtrack may get addictive!!