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Q: Time travel of a ship from Suez canal to US?
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What was the suez canal and who built it?

The Suez Canal is an artificial waterway in Egypt. It was built by Egyptians working for the Universal Suez Ship Canal Company.


How is the ship go to the Suez canal?

Egypt


Which canal takes more time to cross the Panama Canal or the Suez Canal?

Suez Canal.A typical passage through the Panama Canal by a cargo ship takes approximately 8-10 hours.A typical passage through the Suez Canal by a cargo ship take approximately 14 -16 hours.


Where is Swiss canal located?

There is no Swiss canal, but the Suez canal is an artificial sea-level waterway in Egypt, connecting the Mediterranean Sea and the Red Sea. The Suez Canal is maintained by the Suez Canal Authority of Egypt and may be used in time of war or peace by any ship, without regard to flag.


What is the Quickest way to get by ship from the Mediterranean sea to the Ocean?

Suez Canal.


What is the quickest way to get by ship from the Mediterranean to the Indian Ocean?

The quickest way by ship from the Mediterranean to the Indian Ocean is via the Suez Canal. A link to the Wikipedia article on Egypt's Suez Canal is provided.


How many locks does a ship go through in crossing the Suez canal?

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What is the fastest way to get by ship from the meditteranean sea to the Indian ocean?

By the Suez Canal


How did the world become smaller because of the Suez canal?

The world did not laterally get smaller- if that is your ? The Suez canal made it much faster to ship goods and people around the globe .


What is the shortest route by ship from london england to Bombay india'?

Through the Suez Canal.


How much does it cost to use the Suez canal?

In 2007 an average of $150,000 per ship


What is the quickest way to get by ship from the mediterranean sea to the indian ocean?

Via the Suez Canal


What route would a ship sail between Australia to Europe?

Most ships would travel across the Indian Ocean through the Suez Canal on its way to Europe from Australia. A ship could travel through the Atlantic ocean, but not likely.


What is the quickest way by ship to get from the Mediterranean to the Indian Ocean?

The Suez Canal is the quickest way by ship to get from the Mediterranean to the Indian Ocean.


What is facts about the Suez Canal?

The Suez Canal, being a sea-level canal does not use locks. The Suez canal did have movable traffic-control bridges that spanned the entrances to control traffic but these were not, strictly speaking locks. It is by far the longest big-ship canal in the Western world- there are some big canals in both Russia and China.


What did Rizal do in Colombo?

he just stayed there for a couple of days. He waited for the ship boarding Suez Canal!


What is the passage way that allows ship to sail from the Mediterrean sea to the Red sea?

It is the Suez Canal


What major event happened in 1867?

feb 17,1867 - The first ship passes through the suez canal


Where would a ship travel to reach Oregon without the Panama Canal?

With or without the canal it would still have to travel to Oregon


What is the largest ship that travel through the panama canal?

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Is Suez canal the longest canal in the world?

It is the longest big-ship ( as opposed to sub-sized barges) canal of its type in the World. It is a sea-level canal and does not require locks. it had movable bridges for traffic control at one time- but these were not, strictly speaking, hydraulic locks.


Is the Suez canal the longest canal in the world?

It is the longest big-ship ( as opposed to sub-sized barges) canal of its type in the World. It is a sea-level canal and does not require locks. it had movable bridges for traffic control at one time- but these were not, strictly speaking, hydraulic locks.


From the mediterranean sea to enter the red sea a ship has to sail over what man made waterway?

Suez Canal


Can a ship enter the Red sea through the Mediterranean sea?

It would need to go through the Suez canal.


Who built the Suez Canal?

Built by the French-owned Suez Canal Co. under the supervision of Ferdinand de LessepsThe Suez Canal was first built over 2,000 years ago. In 1859, the Suez Canal was built again, by the Universal Suez Ship Canal Company, and took 10 years to build. The first ship to pass through the canal did so on 17 February 1867; Giuseppe Verdi wrote the famous opera Aida for this ceremony. The canal made is possible to easily transport goods across the world. The canal also allowed Europeans to travel to East Africa, and this area was soon controlled by European powers. The success of the canal encouraged the French to start building the Panama Canal. After the Six Day War in 1967, the canal remained closed until June 5, 1975. A UN peacekeeping force has been stationed in the Sinai Peninsula since 1974, to avoid more wars. About 15,000 ships pass through the canal each year, which is about 14% of world shipping. Each ship takes up to 16 hours to cross the canal. Retrieved from "http://simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Suez_Canal"