We dived at Cirkewwa point again today. There was more wind and it had swung round into the North West. This meant there was a bit of swell, but nothing too challenging. After an easy entry and a swim to the North, Trev and I took a bearing on the Rozi wreck buoy and descended. The Rozi wreck was very easy to find- I could see the bubble trails of the group of divers almost straight away. Rozi is intact, upright and surrounded by a shoal of small fish. After a few shots of the whole wreck, I swam around the bow and discovered a moray being cleaned by a shrimp. However, the shrimp was on the wrong side of the fish, but this did not stop me racking up some deco.
After finally leaving the wreck, we swam along the edge of the reef under a large group of fried egg jellyfish (Cothyloriza tuberculata). These large jellyfish had been swept in by the wind and were surrounded by shoals of fish. After spending some time with these, our empty tanks forced us to return to the shore.