The SCA manages, operates, uses, maintains and improves the Suez Canal...
The Suez Canal is an artificial waterway in Egypt extending from Port Said to Suez and connecting the Mediterranean Sea with the Red Sea. It is...
Adm. Ossama has announced that the SCA's maritime salvage team has successfully located the sunken...
The Suez Canal is witnessing a 64% increase in the number of yachts transiting through it in the first...
Suez Canal Authority (SCA) participates in the 32nd edition of Monaco Yacht Show (MYS) that will be...
As part of the Egyptian efforts to participate in the international endeavors to salvage FSO Safer; the...
Suez Shipyard Co. Finishes Repair Works on a Giant Dry Bulk Carrier
H.E. Dr. Mostafa Madbouly witnesses the signing of the Shareholders Agreement between the Suez Canal...
Suez Canal Authority (SCA) participates in the 32nd edition of Monaco Yacht Show (MYS) that will be held from 27 – 30 Sept., 2023, at Port Hercule in the framework of the SCA’s plan to become a world-class yachting destination in the Middle...
In line with our commitment to optimally serve your business needs through the most convenient and easy solutions,
SCA is glad to provide the following e-services:
This service allows navigation agents to apply and follow up the request for vessels transit online.
This service allows navigation agents to apply and follow up Circulars requests.
This service allows navigation agents to apply and follow up the rebate request for long haul vessels online.
This service allows Suppliers to view and follow up tenders and bids online.
This service allows clients to apply and follow up the following services requests online:-
This service allows subscribers to inquire about water bills and report meter reading online.
Navigation in the Suez Canal represents the safest and biggest savings in time compared with other navigational channels in the world.
Transit through the Suez Canal is allowed to all vessels of the world subject to comply with the conditions stated in the present Rules of Navigation.
Two main convoys system is applied in the Suez Canal, Northbound convoy and Southbound convoy.
All references and circulars which shall be issued by the SCA shall constitute as an integral part of the present Rules of Navigation.
The SCA issue periodically Navigational Statistics regarding vessels transiting the Suez Canal.
The SCA is currently considering competitive strategy to be first choice for the vessels compared to other alternative routes.
The SC dues approximately is calculated on the basis of SDR units (Special Drawing Rights).
The Suez Canal tolls are annually revised to make sure they are coping with the market conditions.
SCA adopted a flexible marketing policies so as to encourage vessels to use the Suez Canal route, such as:
The acceptable foreign currencies for dues payment are:
Tolls Table is the basis for calculating Suez Canal normal tolls for all types of vessels transiting the canal ,the table is divided :