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Kuludhuffushi regional port (N Tiladummati)

Kuludhuffushi regional port (N Tiladummati)

Characteristics

Description

Kulhudhuffushi Regional Port (KRP) was officially inaugurated on 05th December 2005.
27/10/2011
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Kuludhuffushi regional port (N Tiladummati)
27/10/2011
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Kuludhuffushi regional port (N Tiladummati)
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Sites around Kuludhuffushi regional port (N Tiladummati)
Flying distances - Direct line

Kelai (N Tiladummati)

21nm
19°
Kelai, at the NE extremity of the atoll, was inhabited in 1970. Good radar returns have been reported from Kelai at 14 miles. The islet of Tinadu lies about 3 miles WSW of Kelai.
25 Oct 11

Maduni Faro (N Tiladummati)

14nm
340°
Maduni Faro, a lagoon reef, forms the NW extremity of the atoll.
The islets of Marandu, Tukandu, and Miledu, the first two inhabited in 1970, lie, respectively, on the barrier reef between the N end of Maduni Faro and the islet of Gafuri, about 5 miles ESE. Gafuri ...
25 Oct 11

Kuludu Faro (N Tiladummati)

0.5nm
23°
Kulhudhuffushi  is one of the biggest and most populous island in the Northern part of the Maldives. People from the island is popular for shark fishing and working in cargo vessels. The island was affected by heavy rain and storms causing substantial damages in the ...
27 Oct 11

Warifuri Faro (N Tiladummati)

18nm
15°
Warifuri Faro is a large lagoon with the islet of Warifuri at its S end. A lighted beacon lies on the N side of Warifuri Faro. The islets of Dedu and Warifuri are inhabited; the islet of Noradu lies between the latter two islets.
25 Oct 11

Muradu (S Tiladummati)

10nm
274°
Muradu lies on a circular reef near the W edge of the atoll; the latest maps prepared from aerial photography (1968) show that this island has joined the islet charted 0.8 mile W of it.Some rocky patches lie S and SE of Muradu.
27 Oct 11

Numara and Nu (N Miladummadulu)

10nm
180°
The island of Numara, with the islet of Nu close NNW, lies at the NE corner of Miladummadulu Atoll.A very wide opening into the lagoon lies between Numara and Fivaku, about 9 miles ESE.
4 Nov 11

Naguri (N Tiladummati)

10nm
289°
Naguri, an island with a circular lagoon reef, lies about 7 miles N of Muradu; two large reefs lie between these islands.A lighted beacon lies at the NW point of a reef, about 3.3 miles NW of Muradu.
27 Oct 11

Digufuri reef (Ihavandiffulu)

19nm
338°
Digufuri Reef (Digfurhi Reef), at the S end of Ihavandiffulu Atoll, has an islet at its E end; a small sandbank, with palms on it, lies about 0.8 mile ENE of the islet.
21 Oct 11

Dhonakulhi (N Tiladummati)

13nm
355°
Dhonakulhi sits on its own 1.4 kilometre long, 500 m wide, crescent-shaped island, it is private island.It offers white sand beaches of 3,2 m around it close to a coral reef and a modern marina can accommodate yachts (<80 m), with a depth unlimited.A luxury resort (Hideaway ...
28 Oct 11

Nawadu (N Tiladummati)

11nm
315°
Nawadu, about 5 miles NNE of Naguri, was populated in 1970.There is an opening into the lagoon, about 4 miles wide, between Rufuri, a small islet, 0.5 mile N of Nawadu, and Maduni Faro, at the NW corner of the atoll.
27 Oct 11

Filadu (N Tiladummati)

19nm
29°
The island of Filadu has an opening between it and Kelai, 1.5 miles N, and between it and Baura, 3 miles SSW, but the latter is encumbered by several rocky patches in the fairway.
26 Oct 11

Maduni Faro and Vaadhoo (N Malosmadulu)

44nm
188°
Maduni Faro, a lagoon reef, lies at the N of the atoll. Vaadhoo lies about 3 NM ESE of Maduni Faro, at the S end of a large lagoon reef.A wide opening into the lagoon lies between Maduni Faro and Wadu; it is free of known dangers in the middle of the fairway, with depths ...
6 Nov 11
Local Area

Kuludu Faro (N Tiladummati)

Kulhudhuffushi  is one of the biggest and most populous island in the Northern part of the Maldives. People from the island is popular for shark fishing and working in cargo vessels. The island was affected by heavy rain and storms causing substantial damages in the ...
27 Oct 11

From Baura to Mavaidu (N and S Tiladummati)

The barrier reef extends from Baura to the island of Mavaidu, about 20 miles SSW. From N to S, the islands of Hanimadu, Noliwang Faro, Nuriwari, Kuludu Faro, and Komangdu form the E side of the atoll, and have wide openings into the atoll on each side of them. All ...
27 Oct 11

Tiladummati Atoll (Haa-Dhaalu) (Maldives)

Thiladhunmati Atoll (Tiladummati in the Admiralty Charts) is a very open, atypical atoll without a clearly delimited lagoon. It stretches SSW for 76 km and contains nearly forty islands generally of a fair size.
Tiladummati Atoll consists of about 40 islands and islets; ...
4 Nov 11

Maldives

The Republic of Maldives is a SW Asian country. The population of the Islamic Republic is about 300 000 inhabitants. The capital is Male. The language "Devehi" comes in part from an ancient form of Sri Lancans mixed with Hindi, Arabic and English. English is the ...
16 Nov 11

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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