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SS Rosalie (Wreck)

Discover the captivating wreck of Rosalie, a ship torpedoed in 1915, resting just off the enchanting shores of Weybourne Beach. This mesmerizing dive site, located at an approximate depth of 8 meters, is teeming with vibrant marine life, including crabs, anemones, sponges, and an array of fish species. For an optimal diving experience, we recommend exploring the Rosalie during low tide slack water.

Prepare to encounter a diverse marine ecosystem during your dive, ranging from graceful crabs and lobsters to delicate plumose anemones, elusive nudibranchs, and even playful seals. Don't miss the opportunity to observe the magnificent bass and a stunning variety of sponges, tunicates, and dalhia anemones that adorn this submerged treasure.

To access this extraordinary site, park your vehicle at the convenient Weybourne Beach car park and set off on a scenic walk towards the west (left) along the beach for approximately 600 meters. As you align with the protruding wreckage that emerges during low tide, embark on a surface swim leading you to your underwater adventure.

With an impressive visibility of 7 meters and a maximum depth of 25 meters, the Rosalie wreck is accessible and suitable for divers of all levels, including beginners. Immerse yourself in the coastal beauty of the United Kingdom as you explore this remarkable dive site located at Beach Lane, Weybourne, North Norfolk, Norfolk, East of England, England, NR25 7SR, United Kingdom. Experience the underwater wonders waiting to be discovered beneath the tranquil waters of Weybourne Beach.

Last updated: 9 mo. ago - Oct 3, 2023

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