As many as 1,133 pilgrims and 30 buses have left Nuweiba Port on board two ferries, Spokesman for the Red Sea Ports Authority Abdel Rahim Moustafa said on Wednesday.
Safaga port received three vessels carrying 419 passengers, 27 vehicles and 121 trucks, he added.
The Navigation movement is regular at Safaga, Hurghada and South Sinai harbors except for Suez ports closed over dust storm, he underlined.
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