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The Sierra Leone-flagged EDRO III ran aground off Pegeia on 8 September 2011 in heavy seas, during a voyage to Rhodes, from Limassol, Cyprus with a cargo of plasterboard. At the time of the accident, the ship had nine crew members - seven Albanians...more
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We could see the shipwreck from our villa in the Peyia hills so we set off to find it. Sat Nav took us around the (very nice) houses but eventually we parked up next to the beach bar and got out to explore. It was...More
Came to have a look at this as we were staying local. Ship is much bigger to the naked eye and is literally metres from shore. Ladder has now been removed so nearly impossible to access the actual ship. Good photo opportunity as surroundings are...More
I'm not sure if I have the right one but you can see an amazing shipwreck up the coast from Paphos near the Tombes of the kings, its sat on rocks and is in perfect condition apart from a big hole in its bottom......... get...More
Its not often you can stand 10 yards from a wrecked ship - but you can here. You can see You Tube clips of where people have walked around inside. The area just outside Coral Bay is worth driving around and the ship is easy...More