Stella Di Mare Golf Hotel, Ain Sukhna

Address: km 46, Suez-Hurghada Road, Ain Sukhna, Red Sea and Sinai, 351, Egypt | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on km 46, Suez-Hurghada Road, Ain Sukhna.
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      Northbound convoy

      A travel blog entry by ginapeach on Jun 19, 2014

      12 photos

      There was a certain level of excitement on the ship today as over the coming hours we would make our way through one of the most important shipping corridors in the world – the Suez Canal.

      The canal was formally opened in November 1869, with the first ship to pass through being the Aigle (followed by a long procession of other ships). It became a commercial success and earned the company that built it (the Canal Company) a lot of money.

      Due to ...

      Sneaky Suez convoy on a cloudy Easter Sunday

      A travel blog entry by hazelandmartin on Apr 20, 2014

      1 comment, 21 photos

      ... between ships. Next we enter the Crocodile Lake and we pass the city of Ismailia on its shore. We then pass back in to the Suez Canal proper so to speak and we have no more natural waterways left. But there is still a long way to go and so we have the Suez bypass which allows a few more ships heading south to start their journey and moor up while the northbound convoy passes. As we travel along the bypass it looks like the ships waiting are actually stuck in ...

      From Red to Med - the Suez Canal

      A travel blog entry by chris-roisin on Apr 10, 2014

      2 comments, 30 photos

      ... compass. Each degree is divided in to 60 minutes. 1 nautical mile is equivalent to 1 minute of navigation. The duration of transit from start to finish will take about 15 hours. On every ship transiting the canal up to 2 pilots (not pirates as first thought) accompany each ship and are responsible for the punctuality of the ships and the signalisation spots which are present every 10km or so.

      World Champions Quiz update. Round 5. Movie Posters. We had ...

      Suez Canal for the home journey

      A travel blog entry by midlifecruisers on Sep 13, 2013

      12 photos

      ... realised we were going through at night.

      There is a high security risk for the ship, as few weeks before there had been a piracy attack on a cargo ship, so the Egyptian Government we think, decided to get us through under the cover of darkness, and with no passengers out on deck.
      A couple told us they stayed up through the night on deck, and heard gunfire in the distance in some places.

      Many people woke early to find we had already transited through most of the ...

      Daylight Transit

      A travel blog entry by hfs on Jun 22, 2013

      2 comments, 6 photos

      ... modern with a Presidential residence on the water and a new hospital..Lots of irrigation channels, the Nile is feeding this whole country,and they are taking more and more water to distant places,you have to wonder how it can survive,Ethiopia is now planning a dam,and that will be trouble,but they need water too and it passes them first.Egypt wont give that up easily. It is said that the next wars will be over water and I can see that may be correct.At the end ...