Let the Egyptian goddess Isis accompany you on your Red Sea cruise! The goddess of love, the sea, the sun and magic will show you her Egyptian home in all its splendour and glory! Bathe in the gorgeous â??bay of the sheikâ? or experience Cairo, the largest city of the Arab world! Stroll in the footsteps of the pharaohs or explore the Red Sea's most beautiful coral reef! This is an exclusive Red Sea Cruise Departure: From Hurghada / Safaga: every Sunday (Embarkation and free day on boat on Sundays, overnight in Safaga and departs at 20:30 on Mondays) and from Sharm el Sheikh: every Saturday at 22:00. Day 1: Take your time settling into your cabin and have a look around on board before you start a tour of discovery to Safaga! Port Safaga is one of the oldest ports in Egypt, in use even at the time of the pharaohs. Immerse yourself in the special atmosphere of this important port! Take a walk around the harbour and marvel at the number of large and small ships! You will be captivated by the charms of the Port Safaga, which despite the importance and size of the port has the flair of a contemplative, historic small town and it wins extra points for being home to one of the most spectacular diving sites! Day 2: Along the Safaga coast there are many coral reefs and in Safaga itself several luxury resorts extremely popular among surfers, golfers and bathers. Spend the whole day relaxing â?? either on the luxurious cruise ship or a beautiful Red Sea beach â?? or make a day trip to Luxor. Enjoy the Valley of the Kings, the Temple of Hatschepsut and the Colossi of Memnon. Day 3: The only sea port in Jordan is in the Gulf of Aqaba, a tributary of the Red Sea. Near to Aqaba, There is also a cultural highlight near to Aqaba to visit: Petra! Its faÃ§ade can be reached either by a mountain path or a long, deep canyon. The views are superb! Day 4: Relax on your journey across the Red Sea and do with your day as you wish, no pressures or constraints, just as you please! Day 5: Today your FTI BERLIN arrives at the Egyptian harbour city of Ain Soukhna. Its wonderful beaches and coral reefs are not only a favourite leisure destination for Egyptian holiday makers and tourists from Cairo, but meanwhile for holiday makers from all over the world. Take the opportunity to have a day out in Cairo where the atmosphere and impressive pyramids of Giza will leave you enthralled! Day 6: Sharm el Sheikh, â??the bay of the sheikâ?, lies south of the Sinai highlands on the Red Sea and is one of the most popular and expensive seaside resort in Egypt. The Mount Moses Saint Catherine's Monastery, built at the place where God appeared to Moses as a burning bush is also well worth a visit. Day 7: South of Sharm el Sheikh is Egypt's only national park, the Ras Mohamed. It lives from tourism and the many well-known towns such as Naâ??ama Bay, Ras um Sid and Nabq have numerous international hotels, golf clubs, cafÃ©s, restaurants, bars, and discos. Sharm el Sheikh is a very popular destination for divers.