The Rosalie was torpedoed in 1915 and now sits just off Weybourne Beach at a depth of approx. 8 meters. She is a lovely dive and covered in life such as crabs, anemones, sponges, and fish. It is easiest to do the dive at low tide slack water.
You will see crabs, lobsters, plumose anemones, bass, sponges, nudibranchs, seals, bib, pouting, tunicates, and dalhia anemones.
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