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 Egypt - Formalities


For full details on transiting the Suez Canal see Port Said.

In ports of entry, clearance must be done with Customs, Health and Immigration, and a cruising permit obtained from Customs. The length of the cruising permit is tied to the length of the visa issued on arrival. Be sure to read further details on cruising permits below in Documents, as this will affect your choice of clearance port.

The majority of yachts coming from the south check into Egypt at Port Ghalib Marina or Hurghada Port. Port Ghalib is the recommended port of entry as fees are much lower here.

Yachts coming from the north tend to check in at Port Said.

It is advisable to contact the marina or the shipping agent before arrival in order to confirm the rates and the formalities, in case there are any changes.

The Coast Guard normally maintain a presence in all ports and anchorages, and usually visit the yacht, requesting details of the yacht and its crew.

It is highly likely you will need an agent at every major port as the authorities don’t usually speak English and will only deal with the agents they know. You have to let your agent know your whereabouts at all times so he can "smooth the way" with the authorities.

If sheltering from strong winds or making an overnight stop, yachts are normally allowed to stay in Egyptian waters before clearing in at an official port of entry. If coming from the Red Sea and intending to stop in Egypt before clearing in, it is advisable to have obtained a visa in advance. It is also advisable not to actually go ashore until officially clear in.

If transiting the Suez Canal and not stopping anywhere else after the transit, the outward clearance can be obtained while doing the transit formalities. Yachts may then proceed to sea as soon as they have dropped the pilot.

Once outward clearance is obtained, yachts must leave within 24 hours, or obtain another clearance.

Noonsite does not recommend any particular agent but there is a list of Clearance agents here. It can be useful to look at reports from cruisers for their various experiences adjacent.

Last updated April 2017.


Visa on Arrival

If arriving in Egypt by boat, most nationalities are still issued visas on arrival. The cost is US$25.

This Entry Visa Fee was due to be increased on 1 March 2017 to US$ 60, however this increase has now been postponed until July 2017.

Most visas are valid for three months from the date of issue, however, not all ports can issue visas for this length of time. Port Ghalib immigration office, for example, can only issue visas for 1 month.

An extension to a visa can be obtained from the police. Passports must be valid for six months beyond the visa period.

Visa in Advance

Citizens of some countries are required to obtain a visa in advance. These currently are:-
Palestine, Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria, Iraq, Somalia, Sudan, Mauritania, Lebanon, China, Afghanistan, Iran, Israel, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Burundi, Rwanda, Liberia, Nigeria, Niger, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Mali, Chad.

In addition, female citizens of the Republic of Moldova aged 15-35 are required to have a visa in advance.

There are Egyptian embassies or consulates in most nearby countries, including Israel (Tel Aviv) and Djibouti.

You may have difficulties leaving Egypt if your visa has expired. You will not normally be allowed to leave if the visa is out of date by more than 14 days.

If planning to visit Israel and return to Egypt, it is possible to buy a re-entry permit, which expires one day before the original visa expires.

See Egyptian Embassy website for more details.

Transiting the Suez Canal

Visas are not needed by anyone travelling on a yacht transiting the Suez Canal and remaining in the port area.

Last updated May 2017.


Foreign flagged boats may stay up to one year from the date of arrival. After the one year boats need to be bonded for four months or leave the country for the same period.

A list of firearms, with their type and details, must be handed to the authorities on arrival.

A list of electronic equipment may also be required.

Last updated April 2016.


Typhoid, tetanus, polio and hepatitis vaccinations are recommended, as is malaria prophylaxis.

Quarantine officials will ask for vaccination certificates if coming from a known yellow fever infected area.


Documents required in Egypt:-
Port Clearance from your last Port of Call
Ships Registration Certificate (ensure this looks genuine and is the original - yachts can be detained if their ship's registration does not look "authentic" enough.)
VHF Radio License
Insurance Certificate
Crew List
Passport for everyone on board

Note: It is recommended that the Crew List and scanned passports be emailed to the Agent well before getting to Suez.

Documents to be Completed on arrival:-
Passport control office declaration arrival
Ministry of transport Declaration of arrival
Notification for temporary clearance of yacht
Navigation equipment list

Cruising Permits:-

A cruising permit can be obtained on arrival.

The problem with the cruising permit is that the authorities issue it according to the duration of the visa of the yacht captain. This means that in order to obtain a 6 month cruising permit for instance, the Captain must have a valid visa for 6 months.

Not all ports can issue visas for this length of time. Port Ghalib immigration office, for example, can only issue visas for 1 month, so Customs are forced to issue 1 month cruising permits only. Hurghada have an immigration office that can give longer visas, which makes it easy for the yacht captain to decide from the beginning whether to ask for a 1 month visa or more.

If required, a permit to cruise the Gulf of Aqaba must be requested at the same time.

If it is only possible to obtain a 1 month cruising permit, an extension would require a shipping agent to do the paperwork.

If a boat leaves the country for whatever period, then a new cruising permit is issued on re-entry.

Yachts coming from Sudan and making overnight stops without going ashore do not normally require a cruising permit.

If planning a Suez Canal Transit and in possession of new SSR documents, read warning here.

River Nile:

A security permit has to be obtained from the Coast Guard as well as permission from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to navigate the river. The permit is difficult to obtain, although the Yacht Club of Egypt in Alexandria may be able to help. Navigation in the channels is restricted to daytime only. There are several bridges and locks, which open at certain times of the day or on request. Taking photographs of bridges, barrages and dams is strictly forbidden. The maximum draft must not exceed 5 ft (1.5 m). Navigation is only possible during winter, from October to May, when the level of water is higher. The river depth falls considerably during the summer months.

Last updated May 2017.


A visa on arrival costs $25. This fee will increase to $60 in July 2017.

If a visa is not required, there are no immigration fees due on arrival or departure.

All visiting yachts staying in Egypt for more than the permitted "transit" period of 10 days, must pay a monthly fee.

These cruising permit fees are 30 US$ for yachts less than 18 m and 50 US$ for yachts more than 18 m - per month.

This fee is levied either for just one month or four months, the following four months then the final four months, after a total of 12 months the vessel must leave Egypt.

A form must be signed by the Owner/captain who undertakes that the yacht will leave the country upon the expiry of the temporary clearance period (maximum 12 months) granted by Customs, the period is granted based on the Owner/Captain's request and subject to paying the clearance fees.

Some marinas - such as Port Ghalib Marina - charge a processing fee for clearance of 80 US$. The equivalent of an Agents Fee.

The fees in Hurghada including the fees for the shipping agent is around 250 US$ for a 1 month permit (adding 30$ extra for each extra month requested as above).

A receipt should be issued by the marina and shown at subsequent ports or marinas so as not to have to pay additional fees for formalities. It is always better to contact the marina or the shipping agent before arrival in order to confirm the rates and the formalities in case there are any changes.

Other fees include Suez Canal transit fee and pilotage, port authority fee, stamp duty, quarantine and immigration.

Overtime is charged after 1400 Saturday to Thursday, all day Friday and public holidays.

Suez Canal Fees

Suez Canal Transit and Pilotage Fees will be indicated by the Suez Canal officials who board the yacht on arrival and measure the yacht; varies from US$300-700. It is advisable to visit the Suez Canal Measurement office and check the calculation to ensure your agent is not over-charging. Once you are measured you go on record, so do not get measured again for subsequent transits.

The canal transit does require any security fee to be paid.

The fee is US$8.50 per ton.

The canal fee is a return fee, so as long as you return within 6 months your return transit is free. You still however have to pay agent fees on return.

Sample Agent fees for a transit from 2016 are as follows:

1.       Port Clearance – 20 US$.
2.       Insurance Certificate – 5 US$.
3.       Agency Fees – 50 US$.
4.       Canal Toll – can give advance estimation.
5.       Mooring fees at Suez Yacht Club:
-          Up to 10 m long – 16 US$ per day and include Water-Electric – Shower.
-          10-15 m long – 21 US$.
-          Over 15 m long – 30 US$.

All agents' and Suez Canal fees must be paid in US dollars, therefore some cash should be carried. It is advisable that, where possible, the services expected and the fees to be paid should be fully agreed beforehand.

Last updated April 2017.

See this useful report January 2018 comparing Fees and Agents Fees for Egypt (covering Felix Agency and Prince of the Red Sea Agency).


All military zones are prohibited areas.

Anchorages are permitted around Abu Tig, but the general restrictions are not to land on the islands and to keep a distance of one nautical mile away from them and not to anchor beside corals or military areas, as per the chart.

Outside of the official ports of entry, in other ports and anchorages, one may not go ashore except with special permission from the local authorities. Most anchorages have an army post or military station, who usually ask for the yacht's papers.

Spearfishing, the taking of reef fish, collecting of coral, shells and marine animals, are all forbidden in the Red Sea.

Canal regulations

See Suez Canal Transit details under Port Said.

Yachts must be capable of a consistent speed of 5 knots, which will be checked during the technical inspection. The speed limit in the canal is 9 knots. Yachts normally transit just after the morning convoy.

It is not permitted to sail in either in the canal or the Bitter Lakes.

If a yacht breaks down, you can only be towed by a Canal Authority boat (at a high fee!). However it's wise to contact your agent first who may be able to sort out a cheaper solution.

The Canal transit takes 2 days with a stop-over at Ismalia.

Canal Warning
There have been reports of several yachts being run aground, and one severely damaged, due to the incompetence of the Egyptian pilot. It is therefore strongly recommended that at no time should the pilot be allowed to steer the boat, that the latest charts of the Canal are constantly referred to and that if it appears that the pilot is giving wrong instructions, such as advising the person at the helm to leave the main channel to cut a corner, the captain should use his or her common sense before accepting such advice.

Local Customs

It is necessary to accept that 'Baksheesh' is a way of life in Egypt and cannot be avoided.

The attitude to European women (even when modestly dressed) includes being stared, whistled, hooted and shouted at, and even some groping, and can make them feel very uncomfortable.

Clearance Agents

Alpha Yacht Services
International Marine Port , South Saina, Sharm el Sheik , Red Sea, Egypt
Tel:+201119919150 / +201001380255
Shipping agency for canal transits and supplies.
Fantasia Shipping
Tel:002-062-3322251 Fax:002-0623 334 301 / 066 333 3510 ,VHF Channel 16
For Hurghada the contact is Ibrahim Slama.
Felix Maritime Agency
Palace Tower 1 , Palastin & Al Salam St, 2nd Floor No 5 , Port Said, Egypt
Tel:+20 66 3333132/3248283 Fax:+20 66 3333510/3249293
Operates from Port Said, Hurghada and Suez. Port Said: Contact is either Naguib Latif (+20-122-119-365), or his younger brother Moxn (, +20-105-128-774 or +20-106-327-799). Hurghada: Contact Ahmed (+20 10 95 30 08 55). Suez: contact Mr Nagib Latif), Suez Yacht Club Tel:+20 66 333 3232/+20 66 324 8283 / mob. 012 211 9365, Fax:+20 66 333 3510
Ibramar Holding S.A.E.
12 Gawhar El Kaaed St , P.O.BOX # 3 Port Tawfik , Suez
Tel:+2 062 319901 (4 Lines) Fax:+2 062 345050
Operates from Suez.
June Shipping Agency
34 El-Geish st. , El-Zahraa building, Flat no.3 , Port Tawfik, Suez, Egypt
Tel:Mob. 002 010 052 914 88 - 002 012 22 39 26 04
One of three agents in Suez Yacht Club working for yachts transiting the Suez Canal.
Madina Group Shipping Agency
Alharamen Building , Chery Street , Hurghada, Red Sea
Tel:0653451709 - hotline :0020100555557 - mobile :0020140000966
Based in Hurghada.
Shipping Agency, Clearance Agent, Yacht Services.
Contact Lotfy Shetawey.
Prince of The Red Sea
40 Gohar El Kayed Street , Port Tewfik, Suez City , Egypt
Tel:Captain Heebi +20 10000 68 412 / +20 12083 42 333 or Ashraf +20 100152 00 05 / +20 111152 00 05 Fax:+20 62 319 09 65 ,VHF Channel 16
Operates from Suez.
Seaways Marine Services Egypt
El Gomhoureya St., El Shark District , Port Said
Tel:+2 066 342 2745 / +2 066 341 7468 Fax:+2 066 342 8941
Agent for the Suez canal and all Egyptian Ports. Charts, spare parts, liferaft servicing. Located inside the Post Office Complex, 2nd Floor, Office No. 8.
Shadco Shipping Agency & Marine
Services24 Ahmed Shawky Street, Suez
Tel:002 062 3336909/3323460 / Mob. 002 0122 3157812 Fax:002 062 3326465
Operates from Suez.


Standard International Veterinarian Health Certificate issued by Licenced Veterinarian not more than 14 days of travel showing pet is healthy, free of parasites and has been vaccinated for distemper,hepatitis, leptospirosis, parvirus, canine influenza and rabies (rabies vaccination should be given not less than 30 days before travel and not more than 11 months) You are required to keep pet in your custody for the first three months you are in Egypt.

waiotira says:
May 16, 2017 05:31 AM

We planned on doing the Suez Canal passage "ship in transit" to avoid Egyptian larceny. However in Port Suez we were inveigled to visit the pyramids by Mr Abdo, the agent for Felix Shipping. For several hundred dollars he had no trouble getting us 30 day visas the next day. This is his little racket for passing yachts. Other yachts have paid much more for this service. Make sure you have authentic looking original Ships Registration Certificate, or you will be delayed. Facilities are rough and expensive at Port Said and Ismailia. Do not expect a Tonnage Certificate or a calculation for the charges, as they are not forth-coming. Our visit to the pyramids was a hurried affair where you are pressed for further tips. The Museum of Antiquities in Cairo was impressive, but the pyramids were disappointing. Cheaper fuel and better, more amenable facilities can be found in Aqaba, Jordan. Visiting Petra was more interesting than the pyramids, without any stress or pressures. Visiting Egypt from Jordan without taking your vessel is also more secure, cheaper and stress free.

Sue Richards
Sue Richards says:
Jul 04, 2016 09:58 AM

Firstly, El Alamein is not a port of entry, so you would need to clear in at Alexandria first (using an Agent). When clearing in, you would need to ask for permission to visit El Alamein (sailing permit). On arrival there, you will be stopped by the Egyptian Navy who will check your documents.

From asking a few contacts in Egypt about this marina, it appears it is more of a villa leisure complex than a marina for transient boats. Answers like: “Yacht visitors may use the marina facilities and may not. I am not sure what they mean by that, I can't get clear answers”. Quite probably, the larger and flashier your yacht, the higher the chance of getting in.

If, by chance, you do manage to obtain a berth, you would need to return to Alexandria afterwards to clear out of Egypt, or to get clearance for the next Egyptian port you wish to visit.

ASmith says:
Jun 27, 2016 10:43 AM

What about sailing from Greece to Porto Marina-El Alamein? It looks fairy touristic.... the only issue is the depth of the port? Any experience?

Sue Richards
Sue Richards says:
Jun 06, 2016 01:40 PM

Posted on behalf of Fritze, SY Alytes:
Contrary to the information on noonsite (and on the entire net) - it IS still possible to enter Egypt with a visa on arrival. The restraints employed in May 2015 were quickly removed after a storm of complaints. According to the Egyptian embassy in the UK, the visa on arrival policy is valid "until further notice". We can confirm that through first hand experience. It is tied to the availability of a stable, internet based e-visa system. There is currently no date given for when such a system will be "live" and usable. Consequently, there is no need to apply and wait for visas in Djibouti.
Alternatively, you can also cross the Suez Canal as a boat in transit without checking into Egypt at all. This would save you some money (visa, clearance and the like). You can't leave the ports, though.

David S Wheatley
David S Wheatley says:
Mar 17, 2015 07:31 PM

Egypt decided Tuesday that foreigners wishing to enter the country need to obtain a visa before departure, and will not be issued at the airport upon arrival, state-run Ahram online website reported Tuesday.

Best regards David [S/Y "Surabaya Girl" - Portsmouth UK]

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