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Our first trip on the canal. No locks and a little boring. Jordon was on one side and Egypt on the other. One of those places you say "I did it".
Visited: Apr 26, 2018
It was fun to set on the back deck of the ship and see the sites of the canal.
Visited: Apr 09, 2019
An unforgettable experience. Accompanied by another 29 ships. Kept well informed by historical commentary as we went. Lovely weather helped . So many different things to look at which were never boring!
Visited: Nov 26, 2016
Hired security (ex US Navy Seals joined cruise 4 days prior while cruising through Gulf of Aden) exited ship along with accommodating artillery left ship just prior to Suez Canal transit.
Visited: Mar 27, 2017
We didn't stop along transit but commentary on board about it which was fascinating
Visited: Mar 31, 2018
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