Giannis D.

Wood cargo ship at Sha'ab Abu Nuhas

Sehr gut sind hier noch die Fliesen zu erkennen, September 2002Blick nach oben zu den Deckenluken, September 2002Alex am Bug, September 2002Ein Besuch des Maschinenraumes lohnt auf alle Fälle, September 2002Im Maschinenraum, September 2002Die Giannis D. atmet, September 2002
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27° 34' 38" N, 33° 55' 24" E
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Data & Description

Sha'ab Abu Nuhas

Description dive spot:
The cargo ship lies drilled in itself on the side between 7 and 27 meters and is broken apart in the middle. Bow and stern lie apart about 30 meters. The middle part is completly destroyed, but the bridge and the men's quarter is very good preserved and lies between 7 and 15 meters, which is perfect for diving.
The highlights next to the men's quarter is the machine room. It is very spacious and the two Japanese diesel engines, which had 5.000 horsepower output still are very impressing with all their details.
Because of its sloping position diving the wreck is special. Easily orientation gets irritated, especially in the bridge and the men's quarter.
Many soft corals already discovered the wreck site.

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Minimum depth:
27 meters

Maximum depth:
27 meters

Reason sunk:
ran aground on the reef of Abu Nuhas because of a navigation problem

Type of vessel:
Cargo ship

Port of registry:

Last cargo:
Teakwood and mahogany

Contributed by:
Martin Sebald, Alexander Schönleber

Last content update:


Das Wetter für



April 19th, 1983


Former names:
Shoyo Maru

100 meters

16 meters

2900 BRT

Maximum speed:
12 knots




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