#429-05 (Please click to zoom in on the collection of Carnartic)
#429-05; Carnartic. British sail/steam-ship, sunken on the 12-13th. of September, 1869, after hitting the reef Abu Nuhas in the Strait of Gubal.
#428-04 (Please click to zoom in on the collection of Ghiannis D.)
#428-04; Ghiannis D. Greek cargoship, sunken on the 19th. of April, 1986, after hitting the reef Abu Nuhas in the Strait of Gubal.
#427-09 (Please click to zoom in on the collection of Dunraven)
#427-09; Dunraven. British Steamship, sunken on the 22th. of April, 1876, after hitting the reef Sha´ab Mahmud in Strait of Gubal.

Wrecks in the
Red Sea

Each image to the left represents a larger image collection of a wreck (Name found below each image).
To zoom in on the collection of a wreck, just click the representing image.

Through time, lots of ships have meet their destiny at the Red Sea. Today, many of these wrecks are among the worlds most popular divespots which attracts several thousand SCUBA-divers each year. Specially the S/S Thistlegorm, located in the Strait of Gubal, which has been visited by more than 1/4 million divers from 1992 to 2002. Despite of the massive visits by divers from all over the world, the Red Sea Wrecks are very intact, due to strong rules against ripping off the wrecks.

 

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#3430-05 (Please click to zoom in on the collection of S/S Thistlegorm)
#430-05; S/S Thistlegorm. British steamship, sunken in the Strait of Gubal, when bombed by a german warplane, 5-6th. of October, 1941.