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Krueng Jambuair (Djambo Aje) (N Sumatra)

Krueng Jambuair (Djambo Aje) (N Sumatra)

Characteristics

Description

Krueng Jambuair (Djambo Aje or Jamboaye) flows into the sea about 1 mile WSW of Tanjung Jambuair.

The sea usually breaks over the bar at LW, with discolored water from the river sometimes extending as much as 4 miles from the mouth.


21/01/2012
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Krueng Jambuair (Djambo Aje) (N Sumatra)
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Sites around Krueng Jambuair (Djambo Aje) (N Sumatra)
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Tanjung Jamboaye (Jambuair) (N Sumatra)

0.2nm
54°
Tanjung Jambuair (Diamond Point) consists of a sandy point, just above water, which is marked by some casuarina trees. The coast in the vicinity appears to be receding to the W.On the cape a 44 m skeletal tower on an octagonal base, is located about 0,5 miles WSW of the point. It's ...
21 Jan 12

Karang Tengah (N Sumatra)

7.7nm
292°
Tengah, a coral reef, has a least depth of 7.5m and depths from 21.9 to 25.6m around it. The reef lies 5 miles offshore, with Tanjung Jambuair bearing 100°, distance 7.3 miles. Minyak, a 16.5m patch, lies 2 mile NNW of Tengah.
21 Jan 12

Ujung Curam (NE Sumatra)

12nm
127°
Ujung Curam (Steile Hoek) is a point that has been reported to be radar conspicuous. A tall chimney, marked by obstruction lights, stands about 8 miles SSW of the point.
Between Tanjung Jambuair and Ujung Curam, 12 miles SE, there are several rivers and creeks.
A sandy mud bank, ...
21 Jan 12

Ug Hagu (N Sumatra)

20nm
261°
Ug Hagu consist of a single quay with a length of 20m, a width of 5m, and a depth alongside of 7m. Vessels are restricted from berthing during night time at Lhokseumawe/Ug Hago Wharf or Blanglancang SBM/MBM. Blanglancang Harbor is open for 24 hour service.
21 Jan 12

Blanglancang Harbor (N Sumatra)

22nm
266°
Arun Marine Terminal is situated at Blanglancang Harbor.
In the approach to Blanglancang Terminal there are eight prominent storage tanks. About 0.8 mile to the SW of the terminal there are four conspicuous flares.The refinery is serviced by two offshore mooring areas, as well ...
21 Jan 12

Old Lhokseumawe Harbor (N Sumatra)

20nm
257°
Old Lhokseumawe Harbor has a small pier 60m long, with a 2.4m depth alongside. Only barges and small vessels under 500 dwt can berth there.
Old Lhokseumawe Harbor can be readily identified by a ridge of hills, 152m high, clear of trees and grass covered.Channel depth in LHOKSEUMAWE ...
21 Jan 12

Kruenggeukuech port (N Sumatra)

26nm
270°
Limitations.—Five berths in Kruenggeukueh Harbor handle bulk fertilizers and general cargo. These berths are described counter clockwise, beginning at the fertilizer plant situated on the W side of the harbor, as follows:
1. Berth A is 200m long, with a depth of 10m alongside.
The ...
21 Jan 12

Ujung Peusangan (N Sumatra)

38nm
272°
Ujung Peusangan, located 22 miles E of Ujung Raja, is low and sandy.
20 Jan 12

Ujung Peureulak (NE Sumatra)

32nm
130°
Ujung Peureulak (Tanjung Peureulak) is low and sandy point covered with high trees. Bukit Brangkat, 130m high, about 4 miles WSW of the point makes it easy to identify.
Gosong Peureula (Peureulak Bank) extends about 4 miles N and 1.5 miles E from Ujung Peureulak.
A drying patch ...
21 Jan 12

Ujung Raja (Samalanga - N Sumatra)

60nm
269°
Ujung Raja, S Samalanga village, a low promontory, may be recognized at some distant by a grove of high trees near its extremity.
There is a fringing reef off Ujung Raja; it should not be approached in depths less than 15m.
20 Jan 12

Ujung Perolin (NE Sumatra)

49nm
140°
Ujung Perolin, the W entrance point of the Langsa bay, is low, sandy, covered with casuarina trees, and easily identified.
21 Jan 12

Kualalangsa harbor (NE Sumatra)

53nm
143°
Kuala Langsa, which is the port for the town of Langsa, stands on the left bank of the Krueng Langsa about 4 miles SW of Tanjung Langsa.
The channel depth is  0 to 1,5 m
Anchorage depth: 7,1 to 9,1 m
Cargo pier depth: 4,9 to 6,1 m
Tidal range:1,5 m
21 Jan 12
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Lhokseumawe (N Sumatra)

Lhokseumawe consists of several differents harbors and loading areas: from W to E there are Kruenggeukueh, Blanglancang (Arun), Ug Hago Oil Terminal, and the Old Lhokseumawe Harbor.Tides—Currents.—The range of the tide is 2.1m. Strong crossing currents towards the SE have been ...
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The coast line is rocky in places with sandy beaches chiefly on the W side.
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Pulau Weh (N Sumatra)

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