It is really great to be there and see the wonderful amazing Suez Canal that connect both Red Sea and Mediterranean Sea together and sea the huge ships while moving
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If you are in the area you shouldn't miss it, is a very good experience and one of the most famous path world wide the connection of the Mediterranean Sea with the Red Sea.
Travelling through the worlds' longest man made Canal having 104.5 miles length and 197 feet width constructed for facilitating the tedious African Voyage was another memorable experience..The Prestigious Task of this great project being undertaken by both Egyptian and British Governments needs special mention being...More
This is just interesting because of what you see and you're gliding along on your ship. It was interesting waiting outside the entrance to the canal overnight, and seeing the lights of the other ships also waiting their turn. We started through very early in...More
The Suez Canal a long great day on the cruise ship. Up early with plenty to see all day, very good cruise commentary. Lots of attractions along the Suez Canal, the weather was very good.
On the Cunard Queen Mary 2 on the last leg of the world voyage..... up at 5.30am to see the quite narrow bit of the canal. Beautiful sunrise. Took us until around 4pm to pop out the other side. Quite nice looking chaps with guns...More
We sailed northbound on RCCL's Vision of the Seas through the Suez Canal. The ship arrived at the mouth of the canal near midnight so we woke up at 6 am and went up on deck to watch the scenery go by. A sandstorm approached...More