A new class of broken vessel has been found in the Mediterranean Sea.
It’s a type of vessel that, according to experts, is the first of its kind.
It was found by accident in December in the Red Sea, when a vessel was pulled by a crane off the coast of Gaza, and is believed to be the first such vessel found in a region that was once part of the Ottoman Empire.
The vessel, which was described by a number of experts as “one of the most remarkable objects ever discovered” in the area, has a span of about 20 meters, and it was pulled with a crane.
The ship was described as being “one kilometer long” and weighing in at about 1,400 tons.
Experts are not sure why the vessel broke free from the crane, and the ship has not been identified.
They say that it is likely that the vessel was dragged by a tugboat, but that the exact cause of the break is not known.
Experts say that the first breaking vessel was discovered in 1871.
It is believed that the break was triggered by a collision between a tug boat and a schooner off the Gaza coast.
It was also discovered in 2015 in the Black Sea.
The vessel was described to be a “barge with a long span” and it is also believed that it was dragged with a tug.
Experts believe that the breaking vessel likely was a tug vessel, as well as a vessel that had been towed off the shores of Gaza by a local fishing vessel.
The two vessels were pulled by the same crane and are believed to have collided in the same spot.
“The wreck of this vessel is completely different than any previous vessel, and this makes it extremely unique,” said Eyal Yachimovich, director of the National Museum of Israel in Jerusalem.
The wreck has been located and it has been examined by the team of divers and specialists from Israel’s National Museum, Israel’s Defense Ministry, the Israeli Antiquities Authority and the Israel Marine Police.
The experts say that this is the second such ship found in this region, and experts are optimistic that the findings will help solve the puzzle.