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The boat departs from Hurghada if you are going on a northern trip (Classic cruise, Wrecks & Reefs).

If you are going on a southern trip (St Johns, Simply the Best, Brothers), the boat departs from Port Ghalib, Marsa Alam or Hamata, which is about 300 km south of Hurghada.

The transfer to Port Ghalib takes about four hours by car (about six hours to Hamata). Our representative can tell you where you can buy water or snacks before you leave.