The coast between Gopnath Point and Kuda Point, about 28 miles NNE, is low and covered with sandhills for about 18 miles to Mitivirdi; then it is comparatively high, with several ravines close to the coast.
The country is flat and cultivated,with many scattered villages mostly surrounded by trees; inlandit is generally from 30 to 61m high.
Kuda Point, 10m high, has a thick clump of trees and a white bungalow on it. The trees are conspicuous from N or S, and the bungalow shows well during the forenoon when seen from E.
Mallock Reef, about 1.5 miles SE of Kuda Point, lies on the W side of the channel between it and the reef extending NW from Piram Island.
Gulf of Cambay (W India)
The Gulf of Cambay is about 30 miles wide at its entrance between Gopnath Point and Suvali Point.
Malacca Banks, with deep channels to the W and E, lie in the fairway of the approach.
Grant Channel and Sutherland Channel are safer to use than the channels between the banks, ...
1 Mar 12