Red Sea live-aboard
Egypt, November 2016






Day 1
Thursday, November 17th


Marsa Alam International Airport is an essential ingredient to making the city a perfect place to live, do business or spend a stress-free holiday. It has become very convenient to fly in to Marsa Alam domestically from inside Egypt or internationally from any other country to find full service and help from the professional airport team. Marsa Alam International Airport is the only privately owned and operated international commercial airport in Egypt.






The marina is now classed as an official new Port of Entry to Egypt and has accordingly become the first gateway to Egypt for yachtsmen sailing from the south Red Sea to the Mediterranean. Situated at only 5 kilometers from the Marsa Alam International Airport (MAIA), the marina offers unlimited options for yachtsmen sailing the Red Sea, either north-bound or south-bound, to plan their own itineraries for international trips, local trips to Cairo and to the touristic sites of Upper Egypt.







I would hereby like to remind you that the Red Sea is one of the saltiest bodies of seawater in the world, so adjusting your weights to compensate for greater buoyancy will be necessary. The salinity of the Red Sea is greater than the world average, approximately 4 percent.

This is due to several factors. The high rate of evaporation and very little precipitation, the lack of significant rivers or streams draining into the sea and a limited narrow connection with the Indian Ocean, which has a lower water salinity.



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Marsa Alam Airport, Egypt

Marsa Alam Airport, Egypt



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Marsa Alam Airport, Egypt

Marsa Alam Airport, Egypt



 


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Marsa Alam / Port Ghalib


Marsa Alam / Port Ghalib

 













and welcome!






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Me at Schiphol Airport

Me at Schiphol Airport



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Me at Marsa Alam Airport

Me at Marsa Alam Airport



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Visa to Egypt

Visa to Egypt