Aboudy

Egypt,Red Sea

The cargo freighter Ville De Tenes was built in Koostertille in Holland, and was launched in 1960 for the French company Societe de Combustibles in Algerie. In 1979 she ended up with Egyptian owners in Suez and ws renamed to Aboudy. 7.May 1988 loaded with aluminum and medicines, she hit ground at Ras Ghareb and sank. Written of as a total loss, she was forgotten until sport divers found her in 2005. The wreck rest today on a depth of approximately 8 to 12 meter.


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Aboudy
Ville De Tenes, Captain Saint Jean
76,0 x 11,4 m
     
Tons: Built: Home Port:
499 grt
Koostertille ( NL )
Suez ( EG )


Last updated: January 2021