Dahab is a small town located on the south-eastern coast of the Sinai Peninsula in Egypt. It actually consists of two villages, the Bedouin village of Assalah is the southern half, with the business and administrative centre of Dahab to the north. It is approximately 100km northwest of Sharm El-Sheikh and is still considered to be one of South Sinai's best diving destinations - about 5 miles from town is the famous Blue Hole. Towards the Israeli border is the Island of Coral, where the remains a fort built by the Crusaders can still be seen. Dahab is also world-renowned for its windsurfing
From here you can also reach Mount Sinai and Saint Catherine's Monastery where ascents to view sunrise and sunset are popular.
There are no cruises currently listed for this port of call.