Drive Real 1:1 Scale Ships Thru The World Famous Suez Canal!
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Apr 20, 2021

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Not Recommended
By Cadeaux Gratuit May 11

“Ne pas acheter! Gameplay horrible et rigide, graphique datant d'un autre siècle. C'est affreux et inintéressant. Manque d'actions, le produit manque sérieusement de travail. Vaut pas plus de 1$.”

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Take control of the Suez Canal! Pilot a ship from the Mediterranean to the Red Sea and back. Take part in prototypical northbound or southbound convoys. Travel thru Egypt and feel the wind in your hair and the sand in your eyes. A full 1:1 scale re-creation of the 193-kilometer-long waterway that changed the world, the Suez Canal!

BREAKING NEWS... The Ever Given ship is STILL stuck in the Suez Canal.. the Suez Canal Authority has arrested the ship and its crew and is asking the Evergreen Corporation to pay almost $1 Billion USD to release the ship. The most epic saga in maritime history continues with no clear end in sight.


The history of the Suez Canal predates Cleopatra with a manmade waterway linking the ancient cities surrounding Cairo with the Red Sea. Built under the leadership of Ferdinand de Lesseps, the Suez Canal opened for passage in 1869 and instantly revolutionized global travel and commerce. The canal was operated by the British and the French until 1956 when it was nationalized by Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser.

The Suez Crisis of 1956 was an ill-fated attempt by the British, French, and Israelis to seize control of the canal. The Six Days War found a fleet of 15 ships stranded in the canal from 1967 until 1975, nicknamed the 'Yellow Fleet' from their decks always being covered with blowing sand. The 1973 Yom Kippur War littered the banks of the canal with the remnants of war, much of which is still visible today.

The End of the Yom Kippur War (from Wikipedia):

“Both men agreed to avoid shooting, and to avoid getting anyone on either side hurt. Ali even surprised Shamir by predicting that Sadat wanted peace with Israel, not just a cease-fire. In coming days, soldiers from both sides would come out to the clearing between their positions and fraternized. When shooting erupted in nearby sectors, they would return to their respective positions. Initially, the Egyptians would fire if it was nighttime, but the Israelis held their fire, and soon the Egyptians stopped firing as well. Soon, the commandos and paratroopers would meet daily, drinking coffee, playing backgammon and soccer, getting to personally know each other, and occasionally holding a kumzits, with the Egyptians slaughtering a sheep and the Israelis presenting food parcels sent from home."

"The example set by the Egyptians and Israelis here was soon emulated in other sectors, and even Sharon came to see for himself the "local armistice" that had taken place. At one point, two officers came with Ali to meet with Shamir and said they hoped relations between Egypt and Israel would come to match the relations between Shamir's and Ali's men. The Egyptian commandos and the Israeli paratroopers were at the spearheads of their respective armies. That these motivated fighters, left to themselves, chose at the first opportunity to lay aside their weapons and break bread together on the battlefield said something about what the war had wrought.”


Simulating a journey thru the Suez Canal allows you to gain an understanding of what to expect on the real journey. After a trip through my Suez Canal, you will be graced with the knowledge a seasoned mariner would need in order to approach such a journey with confidence. If you plan on taking a trip through the Suez Canal then this simulator will teach you the canal waterways, the sea approaches, anchorage and port locations, and the locations of lighthouses, range lights, buoys, and signal stations.

Drive legendary ocean liners, massive container ships, or Suezmax oil tankers and sail thru the canal on the winds of Egypt's fertile plain and the Sinai Peninsula. Meet ships along the way and take care to avoid collisions in the canal. Watch for traffic and signals in the canal or watch the sun rise and set over the Mediterranean and the Red Sea. With buttery-smooth physics, rich vivid graphics, and ultra-realistic atmosphere and lighting, Suez Canal Simulator will set the standard for PC simulator games for years to come.


Simple and fun enough for kids and accurate and thorough enough for canal transit training, Suez Canal Simulator offers something for everyone! Hardcore simulator fans will revel in the advanced propulsion model, video game novices will appreciate the easy-to-use menus and controls that make playing super easy! Start the simulation and your ship is underway. Increase speed with the 'D' key. Slow by cutting your power with the 'A' key, and toggle your ship's anchor with the 'Back' key to stop. Press F5 to toggle the HUD, F6 to show landmarks, and F7 to show other vessel traffic. Sound your ship's horn with the 'Space' key and change views with keys 1 thru 6. It's as simple as that. The ship is on a track and the water is holographic.. there's no chance you'll get lost and there's no chance of seasickness.

Own one of human engineering's most epic achievements.. own the Suez Canal!.. Get underway now, add Suez Canal Simulator to your Steam Library today!


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System Requirements

    • OS: Windows 10 (32-bit or 64-bit)
    • Processor: Quad-core 3.0 GHz or faster processor
    • Memory: 4 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 2GB video RAM
    • Storage: 7 GB available space
    • OS: Windows 10 (32-bit or 64-bit)
    • Processor: Quad-core 3.6 GHz or faster processor
    • Memory: 8 GB RAM
    • Graphics: 4GB video memory (or greater)
    • Storage: 7 GB available space

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