Red Spill in the Sea

The Suez Canal was constructed between 1859 and 1869, led by the Suez Canal Company from Egypt in order to connect the Atlantic Ocean to the Indian Ocean via the Mediterranean and Red Sea, shortening trade time and avoiding any potential hazards sailing around Africa.  Under the direction of the Ottoman Empire and with approval from the Egyptian government, this vital trade route was constructed; used primarily by cargo vessels it is also popular amongst passenger liners as a way to get from European ports like London to ports like Tokyo and Sydney without taking long voyages, saving those companies money.

But there was a problem like many places that relied on exact schedules and somewhat complex procedures, delays were inevitable.

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