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134m Serene runs aground, bow-up on rocks

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M/Y Serene, a 440-foot (134m) Fincantieri, has run aground in the Red Sea, according to SuperyachtNews.

The vessel is reportedly bow-up on the rocks 20nm east of the Egyptian resort, Sharm El Sheikh.

See story at superyachtnews.com.

M/Y Serene


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