Exploring: From 15 metres, the bow of the 400 ft long ship is clearly

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Exploring: From 15 metres, the bow of the 400 ft long ship is clearly …
In 1941, German bombers sank him at Suez Canal. Ever since its board so nothing has changed – trucks, motorcycles, surviving rusted ammunition, where tropical fish floating slowly past the twisted hull. On 2 June 1941 in Glasgow, “Thistlegorm” set sail on her fourth and final voyage.

Due to a collision in the Suez Canal, the convoy could not transit through the canal to reach the port of Alexandria and instead moored.

SS Thistlegorm shipwreck

All aboard the SS Thistlegorm: Divers explore the rusting trains, trucks and motorbikes on the WWII British munitions ship sunk by a German …

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Exploring: From 15 metres, the bow of the 400-ft long ship is clearly visible and divers are guided through the hold and along every inch of…