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Laem Chabang

Laem Chabang

Characteristics

Description

Port protected by a breakwater.
10/01/2013
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Laem Chabang
10/01/2013
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13’ 09.8 N Long 100’ 51.2 E.
12/05/2015
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Port protégé par une digue.
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Localisation

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Sites around Laem Chabang
Flying distances - Direct line

Sattahip Naval Base

25nm
180°
1 Jan 70

Sattahip

24nm
176°
Harbor protected by a breakwater.
10 Jan 13

Map Ta Phut

29nm
147°
Small port protected by a breakwater.
10 Jan 13

Racer Marina Huahin

65nm
232°
Racer Marina is the only fully equipped Marina and the east coast of the Gul of Thailand. Repain service center and have a 35 tons marine travel lift
18 Jun 17

Bang Saphan

135nm
214°
Small port.
27 Mar 12

Khanom

239nm
194°
Small port.
27 Mar 12

Phsar Ream

222nm
133°
Small port.
10 Jan 13

Duong Dong

249nm
133°
Small port .
10 Jan 13

Pattani

370nm
176°
Port.
10 Jan 13

Pak Nam Satun (Thailand)

396nm
186°
Pak Nam Satun (or Satul) lies about 10 miles NE of Pulau Langkawi and is well sheltered by the islands from the Southwest Monsoon.Satun is one of the southern provinces of Thaïland.The name Satun is a Thai version of its original Malay name: Setul.Until 1813 Satun was a district ...
17 Dec 11

Kuala Perlis harbour (Malaysia)

402nm
186°
Paknam Satul (Pak Nam Satun) lies about 10 miles NE of Pulau Langkawi and is well sheltered by the islands from the Southwest Monsoon.
The port town of Kuala Perlis (Sungai Perils) lies about 7 miles SSE of Paknam Satul; coasting vessels anchor off it, in 5.5m, SW of a group of ...
1 Dec 11

Ko Adang (Butang)

402nm
193°
Ko Adang is a wooded island with a long white beach on the W coast. It is 30 km² and is part of National Natural Park.
28 Nov 11
Local Area

NW Pacific Ocean

The Pacific Ocean (from the Latin name Mare Pacificum, "peaceful sea", bestowed upon it by the Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan) is the largest of the Earth's oceanic divisions. It extends from the Arctic in the north to the Antarctic in the south, bounded by Asia and Australia ...
10 Jan 09
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