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A British P&O steamer which struck the reef of Abu Nuhas in September 1869 and sank the next day as the weather worsened.
Penetration into the holds is easy for any level of diver. The wreck is lying on its port side with the bow of the ship is pointing to the east and stern pointing to the west. The fore and aft sections are nearly complete, separated by the section of the ship where it broke in two.
- Depth: 18-27 m
- Type: Wreck
- Recommendations: Beneath the stern lies the rudder and the three-bladed propeller which make for some beautiful pictures!
- What You Expect To Find: The entire wreck is populated with soft corals, glass fish, crocodile fish and lion fish.