• Blehneim Bomber
This Bristol Blehneim was gunned down in WWII on its way to Malta, it now lies on a sandy bottom 41m deep. This plane is in excellent condition.
• Submarine HMS Stubbourn
After long years of service the famous HMS Stub bourn was scuttled in Qawra at a depth of 56m. It is a dive preferred by deep or experienced divers.
French Freighter sunk in WWI. Being 145m long, it lies at a depth that varies between 53m and 70m. This wreck has been nicknamed the "Plate Ship" because of the number of artifacts still on it.
• St. Angelo
A WWII Mine Sweeper which hit a mine on its way to the Grand Harbor. It now lies in 53m of water.
• HMS Helespont
HMS Hellespont hit a mine in WWII. It sank immediately and sits upright on the bottom at 41m.
• Imperial Eagle
The "Eagle" served for many years as a ferry between Malta and Gozo. It was eventually scuttled at Qawra Point. It lies at a depth of 40m.
• HMS Southwold
British Destroyer hit a mine in WWII. Many attempts to salvage it were futile as it was under severe attack from enemy aircraft. It lies in 63m of water.
This British aircraft lies on the bottom at 40m after being gunned in WWII on its way to Malta.
• Shnelle Boote (E-Boat)
This Italian torpedo boat hit a mine in WWII whilst mine-laying around Malta. It sank to 40m, surrounded by debris from planes and other war crafts.