Bow of the new still very white wreck Hephaestus from above in birdseye view one week after it was scuttled near Xatt L-Ahmar, Gozo, Malta.
Contributor:Tobias Kietreiber / Alamy Stock Photo
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Dimensions:3793 x 5690 px | 32.1 x 48.2 cm | 12.6 x 19 inches | 300dpi
Date taken:5 September 2022
Location:Xatt L-Ahmar, Gozo, Malta
After being wrecked near Qawra Point on the 10th February 2018 the owner of the oil tanker MT Hephaestus decided it would not be worth repairing, so the Maltese Government decided to scuttle it and sink it for divers. This was done on the 29th August 2022 near Xatt L-Ahmar in Gozo, Malta. It starts at a depth of about 30m and goes beyond 40m. These pictures were taken exactly one week after it was sunk. For an identical picture just with the buoy line edited out see Image ID 2JY39BJ