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Featured Red Sea Wreck – The Kingston (aka Sarah H)

A typical Iron Screw Steamer with Brigantine Rig (This is not the “Kingston”) The Kingston was an “iron screw steamer” of 1,436 or 1,448 GRT built at Oswald Shipbuilding, Pallion, Sunderland. She was launched 16 February 1871 with a length of 78 meters,

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Follow The Red Sea Wreck Project On Instagram

Did you know that The Red Sea Wreck Project is on Instagram? Well now you do. We will be sharing our favorite wreck photos from both above and below the water to give you a great insight into the “before

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Featured Red Sea Wreck – The Hamada

The Hamada was a small cargo ship of 654 GRT launched on 15th March 1965. There are different versions of the Hamada’s loss. One report indicates that she caught fire and sank in deep water. The P & O file states that the ship

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Featured Red Sea Wreck: The Hebat Allah

The Hebat Allah was a small cargo ship of 494 GRT built for the Egyptian Government at Breheret Ets., Ingrandes, France in 1985. The Hebat Allah was intentionally sunk on 07 November 2004 between between the Giftun Island and Gota Abu Ramada in the

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Featured Red Sea Wreck – The Hey Daroma

Hey Daroma The Hey Daroma was a passenger/cargo ship of 1,736 GRT built at Androssan Dockyard (Yard No. 393), Glasgow, Scotland, as the Lairds Loch for Burns & Laird Lines, Ltd., Glasgow in 1944. On 3rd September 1970 she struck the reef at Nabq,

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Featured Red Sea Wreck – The Giannis D

Giannis D as The “Shoyo Maru” The Giannis D was a cargo ship of 2,992 GRT originally built as the Shoyo Maru at Kuryshima Dock Company of Imabari, Japan and completed in September of 1969. A favorite of many Red Sea Wreck Divers, the

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Featured Red Sea Wreck – Gulf Fleet No. 31

Gulf Fleet No. 34 The Gulf Fleet No. 31 was an Offshore Supply Vessel of 294 GRT built at Quality Equipment Co. (Yard No. 147), Houma, Louisiana, USA for the Gulf Fleet Marine Company, Lafayette, Louisiana, USA. It is believed that the

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Featured Red Sea Wreck – El Minya (aka EL Mina, El Minia, El Miniya or EL Miniaya)

T-43 Class Russian built Minesweeper The EL Minya, (also called EL Mina, El Minia, El Miniya or EL Miniaya) began life as a Russian built Soviet era T-43 class minesweeper. This class of minesweeper was built for the Soviet navy in the late 1940′s

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Featured Red Sea Wreck – The Elliot

The Elliot (as the ASK) The Elliot was a cargo ship, originally named the ASK launched in June 1962. In 1973 the ship was renamed Zepmare and renamed again in 1974 as the Jutland (Miramar incorrectly spelled this name as Juetland on their website). Sometime afterwards,

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Featured Red Sea Wreck: Endymion

The Endymion was a small sailboat approximately 16 meters in length which was owned by an Australian by the name of Anthony Corbyn. In October 1998 the vessel ran aground near Makawa Island and was considered a total loss. The sailboat sank

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