The ship had several names during her lifetime
before being purchased by the Aksonas Shipping Co of Limassol
for 1.36 mm pds.
It was at this time she was finally renamed Million Hope
and promptly insured for 4.1 mm pds.
Only six weeks later, she became a constructive total loss.
Loaded with a 26,000 ton of potash and phosphates,
the Million Hope sailed from Aqaba on 19 June 1996 destination Taiwan.
Visibility however quickly deteriorated
and early on 20 June, the vessel struck the inshore reeef near Nabq,
on the western shore of the Gulf of Aqaba, approx 3 mi N of Sharm el Sheik.
Evidence that ship buckled on impact,
prop was still turning,
rudder torn away.
Apparently, most of the cargo was off-loaded.
Ship came down on portions of the 1970 wreck Hey Daroma,
a 1736 grt general cargo ship.