At the time of research no passenger boats were operating between Egyptian ports and any ports in Europe.
The ship was forced into an Egyptian port and munitions, believed to be headed to the Gaza Strip, were found hidden in the cargo.
Israel then announced it would release the ship and allow Victoria to continue to the Egyptian port of Alexandria.
They advised the Greek authorities that their destination was the Egyptian port of Alexandria, and then turned toward Gaza.
Commercial trade resumed under the new Islamic regime, e.g., by sea, particularly to the east with the Egyptian port of Alexandria as a primary destination.
Heraklion, the principal Egyptian port during the age of the pharaohs, is believed to have been plunged beneath the sea by an earthquake a millennium ago.
The Soviet Union sent seven warships on a "courtesy call" to Egyptian ports to dissuade Israel from further attacks.
Some cruise ships departing from Egyptian ports travel through the Gulf of Aden.
I've been checking the Grimaldi line and it seems that Alexandria (the single egyptian port.
And in the Egyptian ports that thrive on the canal's traffic, many fear that the authorities waited too long to put changes in place.