February 20, 2009

New Wrecks Found In The Gulf Of Suez

No Less Than 6 New Wrecks Have Been Located By Peter Collings In The Gulf Of Suez

  • Pride Of Al Salam 95
  • S.S. Escuat
  • M.V. Ivy B

In early Feb 2009 Peter Collings located 6 addition wrecks in the Gulf of Suez, to add to the growing list in the northern arm of the Red Sea. Using the latest STARFISH SIDESCAN UNIT from TRITEC ,local knowledge and a wealth of intel, Peter located these new wrecks from a small Falluka-Full story will appear in the May edition of DIVE.

Pride Of Al Salam 95

Pride Of Al Salam 95

Pride Of Al Salam 95

Formerly the FREE ENTERPRISE IV, this massive ex P&O Passenger ferry was located on its side in 35 mtrs of water-lifeboats still tethered at on end!-With the salving of the Million Hope this is now the largest divable wreck in the Egyptian Red Sea. A special expedition is being planned for June July to fully explore the wreck- contact us for details.

S.S. Escaut

A french vessel taken over and used as a depot ship during WW2.large but well dispersed she is the 5th WW2 victim on our wreck list in these waters

M.V. Ivy B

M.V. Ivy B

M.V. Ivy B

A small motor vessel which sank in un usual circumstances while carrying a cargo of Firearms. Lies in a sheltered bay in only 10mtrs.

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