If you would like to visit Egypt but prefer ocean cruises, then these Voyages to Antiquity cruises could be just what you are looking for. The cruise is called ‘Treasures of the Metiterranean & Red Sea’.
The first departure is for 17 nights and starts on 31st March 2013, when you fly from the UK to Cairo for a 3 night land tour, incorporating Cairo, Luxor and Safaga, before joining the Aegean Odyssey on 3rd April. Your ports of call then include Sharm-El-Sheikh, Aqaba (for Petra), transit the Suez Canal, Ashdod (overnight in port), Limassol, Antalya, Rhodes, Kusadasi and ends in Istanbul. You then transfer to a hotel for two nights in Istanbul, before flying back the UK on 17th April.
The second departure is for 18 nights and starts on 26th October 2013, but the itinerary operates in reverse, ending on 13th November after a 4 night land tour.
There are also other options which start in Egypt and end in India, and vice versa, and these are 21 nights in length.
When you take a cruise with Voyages to Antiquity, so much is included in the price including all food onboard, wine with dinner onboard, gratuities onboard, shore excursions, flights, transfers and most meals during the land tours.