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Poliagos

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Not much is known about the ship at this time. The Poliagos was a 3,371 GRT cargo ship which was carrying a cargo of 5,000 tons of cement.

While steaming through the Red Sea, on 28 December 1980, while avoiding a collision with another ship, the Poliagos is believed to have struck the north side of Shadwan Reef and subsequently sank.

More research is ongoing!

References:

http://www.touregypt.net/VDC/miscegyptwrecks.htm

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