The AL Qamar AL Saudi AL Misr was originally built as the 7,697 GRT Roll On/Roll Off PAX-ferry Trekroner built at Cant. Nav. del Tirreno e Riuniti, Riva Trigoso, Genoa, Italy (Yard No. 281) for Det Forenede Dampskibs-Selskab (translation: The United Steamship Company), Copenhagen,
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
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
SatilImage courtesy of Shai Bitton Located in Eilat we are still researching this wreck and will update the page shortly.
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