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Kualalangsa harbor (NE Sumatra)

Kualalangsa harbor (NE Sumatra)

Characteristics

Description

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

21/01/2012
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Localisation

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Sites around Kualalangsa harbor (NE Sumatra)
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Ujung Perolin (NE Sumatra)

5.2nm
355°
Ujung Perolin, the W entrance point of the Langsa bay, is low, sandy, covered with casuarina trees, and easily identified.
21 Jan 12

Ujung Tamiang (NE Sumatra)

16nm
112°
The coast between Tanjung Jambuair and Ujung Tamiang, about 69 miles SE, is a low, with a few prominent features.From February through May, the higher mountains are occasionally visible. During the remainder of the year they can usually be seen, especially in the morning. Some of ...
21 Jan 12

Ujung Peureulak (NE Sumatra)

22nm
341°
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

Pangkalan Oil Terminal (NE Sumatra)

26nm
154°
Pangkalan Oil Terminal is situated 9.5 miles offshore in the outer approaches to Teluk Aru. The terminal consists of a SPM, connected to the shore by a submarine pipeline, which is marked by several special purpose buoys.
Winds—WeatherThe weather is normally fair with moderate ...
22 Jan 12

Ujung Curam (NE Sumatra)

42nm
327°
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

Ujung Ahu (Ahoe) (NE Sumatra)

51nm
134°
Ujung Ahu (Og Ahoe), about 8 miles SE of Kuda Pusung, can only be identified from the E by the casuarina trees.
22 Jan 12

Tanjung Jamboaye (Jambuair) (N Sumatra)

53nm
323°
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

Krueng Jambuair (Djambo Aje) (N Sumatra)

53nm
323°
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 Jan 12

Tanjung Beting Camar (NE Sumatra)

55nm
133°
Tanjung Beting Camar, which is tree-covered, stands 1.2 miles SE of Sungai Nipah Larangan. The coast between this point and Tanjung Belawan, about 6.2 miles SSE, has been reported to be radar conspicuous.Between Tanjung Beting Camar and Tanjung Perling, about 10 miles SSE, the coast ...
22 Jan 12

Sungai Deli NE Sumatra)

60nm
136°
The entrance of the dredged channel leading to the Sungai Deli leads through these shoals to Pulau Belawan which has the port of Belawan on its N side.
The Sungai Deli has two entrances separated by Pulau Belawan.
The Sungai Belawan, the N channel, has the port of Belawan along ...
22 Jan 12

Belawan Harbor (NE Sumatra)

60nm
136°
Belawan, the most important port in Sumatera, lies at the confluence of the Sungai Belawan and the Sungai Deli about 8 miles S of the lighted approach buoy. Ample, modern alongside berthing facilities are available for handling all classes of ocean-going vessels capable of transiting ...
22 Jan 12

Karang Tengah (N Sumatra)

60nm
319°
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
Local Area

Teluk Langsa (NE Sumatra)

Teluk Langsa (Langsa Bay) entered between Ujung Perolin and Tanjung Langsa, about 5 miles SE, is fouled by numerous shoals which are intersected by narrow channels.
The bay is easily identified by the rising ground SWof it against which the island of Pulau Telagatujoh, close NW ...
21 Jan 12

Tanjung Jamboaye to Tg Sinaboi (NE Sumatra)

The coast between Tanjung Jambuair and Ujung Tamiang about 69 miles SE, is plain, with few prominent features.
From February through May the high mountains in the interior are occasionally visible. During the rest of the year they can usually be seen in the morning. Many of the ...
21 Jan 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
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