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Featured Wreck: The Al Arish (formerly El Tor)

The AL Arish was originally built as the 4,609 GRT Roll On/Roll Off PAX-ferry EL Tor built at A/S Bergens shipbuilding, Bergens, Norway (Yard No. 794) for Misr Edco Sg. Col., Ltd., Alexandria, Egypt. She was launched on 23 September 1980 and completed and

By |December 13th, 2013|Scuba Blog|Comments Off on Featured Wreck: The Al Arish (formerly El Tor)

[GALLERY] Top 5 Wrecks At The Red Sea Wreck Project

According to our web-monitoring statistics, the top 5, most visited wrecks on The Red Sea Wreck Project website over the last 30 days are as follows: Giannis D El Minya Thistlegorm Gulf Fleet No 31 Salem Express Which one of these

By |October 2nd, 2013|Scuba Blog|Comments Off on [GALLERY] Top 5 Wrecks At The Red Sea Wreck Project

Satil

SatilImage courtesy of Shai Bitton Located in Eilat we are still researching this wreck and will update the page shortly.  

By |September 26th, 2013|Scuba Blog|Comments Off on Satil

Share Your Red Sea Wreck Photos

The Giannis D Do you love to take photographs when you are out wreck diving? As we continue to expand the website for The Red Sea Wreck Project we are looking for pictures to add to our wreck listings. If

By |September 24th, 2013|Scuba Blog|Comments Off on Share Your Red Sea Wreck Photos

Red Sea Wreck Project Hits 4000 Followers on Facebook!

Let’s just say we are extremely happy to have hit 4000 followers on Facebook this week. We knew that there would be some interest in the wrecks of the Red Sea when we launched this project, after all, the Red

By |September 15th, 2013|Scuba Blog|Comments Off on Red Sea Wreck Project Hits 4000 Followers on Facebook!