Port Said Yacht Club
Port Fouad, PO Box 618, Port Said, Egypt

T:+20 66 3333132/3337165
F:+20 66 3333510/3347875
E:felix@felix-eg.com
W:www.felix-eg.com
Contact:Mr Nagib Latif

LAT/LONG 31°15.42'N/32°19'E
VHF 12
Port Photo

Port Said was built in 1860 as the northern entrance to the Suez Canal. Much of the city is on an island connected to the mainland by a bridge to the south and a causeway to the west. Banks and other important services are either on Palestine Street, which runs along the canal, or on Al-Gomhurriya Street, a couple of blocks inland. Food and duty-free goods can be ordered and delivered directly to yachts moored at Port Said Yacht Club and awaiting passage through the canal. Yachts should not try to enter at night, as the high levels of commercial shipping make approaching the port a danger.

Berth Information
Price Guide
Air Access
25-30m berths
30
High season
22us$
Int'l airport
200km
30m+ berths
8
Low season
18
Airfield
3km
Berthing
Stern-to
 
 
Heliport
Max length
40m
 
 
 
 
Max draught
4m
 
 
 
 
Max beam
5m
 
 
 
 
Facilities available at Berth
electricity; fresh water; fuel; sewage removal; telephone; parking; security cameras
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