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The wreck of the Thistlegorm has remained the world's most visited dive site. Intended for scuba divers, this illustrated work contains details of seventeen wrecks. Each ship is described and illustrated, giving underwater descriptions of each vessel - from one end of the ship to the other.

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Type Non-Fiction
Genre History
Subgenre Maritime history
Publisher Immel Publishing
Release Date 18.10.2006
Author Ned Middleton
Title Shipwrecks From The Egyptian Red Sea
EAN 9781898162711
ISBN 1898162719

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