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Red Sea liveaboard fire left divers stranded

Red Sea liveaboard fire left divers stranded
A Red Sea diving liveaboard had to be evacuated on Saturday, 13 May after what appeared to be a galley fire broke out. According to one of the 23 guests, who were left with few possessions between them, there had been no safety briefings before or after the vessel’s departure from Hurghada. The boat Overseas (formerly Dive City) and its eight crew had been chartered for a northern Red Sea reefs and wrecks itinerary from a company called Port Ghalib Divers of Marsa Alam, according to Ben Low, one of the British guests aboard the vessel. The group of 23 included French, Indian, Russian and Turkish divers, and they had hired their own Egyptian dive-guide.Β  After a delayed Β departure the boat set off on a 90-minute journey to the first dive-site. β€œAbout 45 minutes out we saw light white smoke coming from the galley towards the bow, and smelt burning...
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