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Avillion Admiral marina (Port Dikson - Malaysia)

Avillion Admiral marina (Port Dikson - Malaysia)

Characteristics

Description

Admiral Marina & Leisure Club is within Admiral Cove.

Admiral Cove is a concept realised from a desire to create a world class premier integrated marina resort. Located along the unsploit plains of Port Dickson, it is today a major international tourist destination.

Tel: (06) 647 0888
Fax: (06) 647 0880

mega yacht berthing pontoon of 120 metres in length
126 b. (<18 m)

Office staff here will do your clearance paperwork.

2/01/2012
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Pyramid shoal (Malaysia)

16nm
259°
Pyramid Shoal, which lies on the N side of the SE end of South Sands, has a least depth of 3.4m, hard sand, and is the most dangerous shoal in the area because of its depth and protrusion into the fairway.
A lighted buoy is moored about 7 miles SE of Pyramid Shoal. A depth of about ...
28 Dec 11

Tg Tuan or Rachado cape (Malacca - Malaysia)

4.3nm
174°
Tanjung Tuan, also called Cape Rachado, is the site of the oldest - and still functioning - lighthouse in Malaysia.
Cape Rachado Lighthouse, also called Rumah Api Tanjung Tuan, was built somewhere between 1528 and 1529 by the Portuguese to help guide ships to the Malacca port. ...
31 Dec 11

Port Dickson Harbour (Selangor - Malaysia)

4.7nm
313°
Port Dickson is situated on the W coast of the Malaysian Peninsula facing the Strait of Malacca. The town stretches along the coast in the direction of Tanjung Tuan, located 8 miles SE.
Port Dickson is an important oil terminal operated by Shell and Esso, and is a minor port for ...
31 Dec 11

Pulau Burong (Selangor - Malaysia)

6.2nm
320°
Pulau Borong, a low densely-wooded rock-fringed islet surrounded by a shallow bank, stands 1.5 miles N of Tanjong Kamuning (that is steep-to with depth of 11 m).
30 Dec 11

Sungai Linggi (Malacca - Malaysia)

7.5nm
135°
Sungai Linggi is indented by a shallow bay.
Good anchorage can be taken off the river entrance, in a depth of 16.5m, mud, with Tanjong Tuan Light bearing 292° and the beacon in the entrance of the river bearing 075°.
1 Jan 12

Bambek shoal (Selangor - Malaysia)

11nm
291°
Bambeck Shoal, the nearest shoal on the NE side lies on the NE side of the fairway.
Bambek shoal, about 4 NM offshore, lies SW of the mouth of Sungai Sepang Besar.
It has a depth of 0,3 m near its center and is composed of hard sand.
Its NW and SE sides are steep-to with ...
30 Dec 11

Batu Mandi rock (Malacca - Malaysia)

9.8nm
133°
Batu Mandi, a rock, awash, marked by a beacon, lies about 2 miles SW of the S entrance point of the Sungai Linggi.
1 Jan 12

Water islands (Malacca - Malaysia)

36nm
129°
Between Melaka and Tanjong Seginting, about 46 miles SE, the low, thickly wooded coast is bordered by a mud bank which extends up to 2.5 miles offshore in places.
The Water Islands, centered about 8 miles SE of Melaka, consists of a group of six tree-covered islands of moderate ...
5 Jan 12

Sungai Sepang Besar (Selangor - Malaysia)

10nm
311°
The Sungai Sepang Besar is navigable by small craft with a draft of about 1.8m at HW for a distance of about 4 miles.
29 Dec 11

Batu Tengah roks (Malacca - Malaysia)

11nm
132°
Batu Tengah, marked by a light, consist of three rocks just above-water, lying about 2 miles SE of Batu Mandi and about 1 mile offshore.
A shoal, with a depth of 14.3m lies about 6 miles SSW of Batu Mandi.
2 Jan 12

Raleigh shoal (NE Sumatra)

22nm
175°
Raleigh Shoal, about 4 miles long in a NW to SE direction with a least depth of 4.8m, lies centered about 15 miles E of Tanjung Medang.
A shoal, with a depth of 19.4m, was reported to lie 3.5 miles NNW of Raleigh Shoal. A lighted buoy is moored on the S side of the shoal. There ...
29 Dec 11

Pulau Batu Besar (Malacca - Malaysia)

17nm
131°
Pulau Batu Besar, 4.6m high, stands 1.25 miles offshore, 7 miles SE of Batu Tengah. A sandy ridge, with depths of 6.1 to 9.7m, lies from 0.5 to 2 miles NW of the rock.
A shoal with a depth of 16.3m, lies 3.5 miles WSW of Pulau Batu Besar.
Two white towers, each about 34m high, ...
2 Jan 12
Local Area

Tanjong Ru to Tanjong Piai (Malaysia)

The N coast of the Strait of Malacca between Tanjung Ru and Tanjung Piai, about 166 miles SE, is only slightly indented.
Most of the shoal areas which lie off this section of coast are contained within these bights N of a line drawn between the salient points.
Port Dickson and ...
28 Dec 11

Strait of Malacca (East)

The Strait of Malacca is a narrow, 805 km stretch of water between the Malay Peninsula (Peninsular Malaysia) and the Indonesian island of Sumatra.Singapore Strait is the area lying between the S coasts of Malaysia and Singapore Island on the N side and the coast of Sumatera on ...
25 Jan 12

Sumatra W coast (Indonesia)

On the W coast of Sumatera there is a high, rocky coast, or if there is a strip of sand by the sea, the land rises rapidly behind it to the neighboring hills.
Numerous small streams discharge their waters on the W coast, but most of them are barred and only navigable by small craft. ...
1 Feb 12

Sumatra (Indonesia)

Sumatra (Indonesian: Sumatera) is an island in western Indonesia, westernmost of the Sunda Islands.
The longest axis of the island runs approximately 1,790 km (1,110 mi) northwest-southeast, crossing the equator near the centre. At its widest point the island spans ...
7 Jan 12

Indian Ocean

The Indian Ocean is the third largest of the world's oceanic divisions, covering about 20% of the Earth's water surface. It is bounded on the north by Asia (including the Indian subcontinent, after which it is named); on the west by Africa; on the east by Indochina, the Sunda Islands, ...
6 Apr 12

Pyramid shoal (Malaysia)

Pyramid Shoal, which lies on the N side of the SE end of South Sands, has a least depth of 3.4m, hard sand, and is the most dangerous shoal in the area because of its depth and protrusion into the fairway.
A lighted buoy is moored about 7 miles SE of Pyramid Shoal. A depth of about ...
28 Dec 11
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