Under the sea
The ship was sold again to a Greek company five years on and acquired her final name, the Giannis D – with a large ‘D’ inscribed on the funnel. However, on April 19, 1983, while taking a shipment of softwood lumber from Croatia to Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, the vessel hit the Sha'ab Abu Nuhas – a coral reef – at full speed, and now lies next to the reef that sank her.
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