Category: Egyptian Ports Travel Guide

Egypt considered maritime country that has a unique geographical location on the junction of the oldest three continents and has coasts up to 2000km on the Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea which allowed its connection with the foreign world since ancient ages till today. Moreover, Suez Canal the longest man made water channel is a vital artery which passes through its land linking the East to the West. The foreign seaborne trade volume of Egypt represents about 90% of the Egyptian foreign trade volume. Major ports are Alexandria, Port Said, and Damietta on the Mediterranean, and Suez and Safaga on the Red Sea.

Sokhna Port

Considered as the Port of 21st century and one of the recent ports in Egypt, it is regarded as one of the huge national projects.

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Alexandria Port

Alexandria Port is located on the west side of the Nile Delta between the Mediterranean Sea and Mariot Lake, Alexandria is the second most important

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Safaga Port

Safag is a town located in the Red Sea coastline, 53 km (33 miles) south of Hurghada and only 220 km (140 miles) to Luxor.

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Port Said Port

Port Said port is one of the most important Egyptian ports on the Mediterranean Sea due to its geographical site where it is located on

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