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Located approximately 800 metres due east of Xrobb l-Ghagin at a depth of 42 metres. The wreckage is not marked on any chart and with its low underwater profile, will not be detected by position finding equipment. The precise location of the wreck is therefore known to very few people on the Island. There are also the remains of a De Havilland Mosquito nearby

This is a fabulous and very exciting dive. As the diver descends, the aircraft quickly begins to take shape. The wings and engines are virtually intact although the port side propellers are missing. The cockpit cover has also disappeared and this might suggest that the crew safely ejected prior to ditching. The pilot's seat and control column are quite intact and altogether these form the main section of wreckage.

Blenheim Bomber

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Malta, Europe



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