An interactive map shows that most of the 10 wreck-sites lie off the east coast of the island of Malta, with the ancient shipwreck lying west of Gozo and one of four aircraft wrecks, a Consolidated B24 Liberator, at 55m off Malta’s south coast. The other WW2 bomber aircraft are a Junkers Ju88 (57m), a Bristol Beaufighter (38m) and a Fairey Swordfish biplane (70m).
Also featured are the 57m-deep submarine HMS Stubborn and Schnellboot S-31 at 65m. On the shallower side at 16m is the bow section of the WW2 destroyer HMS Maori; the also-shallow Xlighter 127 and a set of Victorian guns in a collapsed section of Fort Ricasoli, only 3m deep but an awkward site to dive.
Each wreck is displayed as an interactive 3D model that can be explored in 360° and VR and is accompanied by high-quality videos, picture galleries, histories and wreck basics.