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Panjang

Panjang

Characteristics

Description

Small port.
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Petit port côtier.
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Localisation

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Sites around Panjang
Flying distances - Direct line

Ujung Cukubatuberagam (Bengkunat - SW Sumatra)

61nm
260°
Ujung Cukubatuberagam the, S extremity of the bay, is fringed by a coral reef; a 3.6m patch lies 0.5 mile N of the point and a shoal, upon which there is a rock with a depth of 0.6m, lies 1.5 miles NNW of the point.
The coast from Ujung Cukubatuberagam trends about 23 miles SE ...
7 Feb 12

Pulau Batukecil (Balimbing - SW Sumatra)

57nm
244°
Pulau Batu Kecil lies about 7 miles WNW of Tanjung Balimbingpamancasa; it is low, wooded,about 0.7 mile in extent, and surrounded by a reef.
A shoal bank extends NW and SE of the island.
7 Feb 12

Tanjung Balimbing Pamancasa (Vlakke Hoek - SW Sumatra)

52nm
239°
Tg Balimbing (Belimbing) is the S point of Teluk Balimbing and the NW entrance point of Selat Sunda.
The coast is generally low and densely overgrown, but inland the country is mountainous.Teluk Balimbing indents the coast just N of Tanjung Balimbingpamancasa. The village of Balimbing ...
7 Feb 12

Pulau Pisang (teluk Krui - SW Sumatra)

90nm
283°
Pulau Pisang, quartz rock, 41m high and densely overgrown with coconut palms, is almost 1 mile in extent and lies about 11 miles SE of Teluk Pugung and I mile offshore; the intermediate coast is steep-to.
It is surrounded by a narrow coastal reef with deep water about 0.2 mile ...
7 Feb 12

Jakarta

100nm
111°
Large harbor protected by a breakwater.
27 Mar 12

Pulau Dua (E Enggano)

174nm
270°
Pulau Dua is inhabited and covered with trees; except for a small opening on the W side, it is surrounded by a coral reef of considerable extent, partly dry at LW, but having depths of 7.3 to 18.3m close-to.
7 Feb 12

Pulau Bangkei (E Enggano)

175nm
270°
Bangkei, the middle island of the three and the smallest, is conspicuous from the sea, having a high sandy beach, with a tuft of trees near the center. It is located on the outer detached reef which lies off Eumo Point, the NE point of Telok Kiowa, a deep cove in the S part of Teluk ...
7 Feb 12

Sungaigerong

151nm
348°
Small port .
27 Mar 12

Teluk Enggano (E Enggano)

175nm
270°
Teluk Enggano (Engano Bay), the principal anchorage, is on the E side of the island, and has in its entrance three small islands surrounded by reefs, which always break heavily.
7 Feb 12

Tanjung Manna (W Sumatra)

155nm
292°
Off Tg Manna during the E Monsson period, heavy rollers get up in 7.3m, and a break may occur in depths of 5.5m after the sea breeze sets in, thus preventing any communication with the shore. It is therefore not a desirable anchorage.
7 Feb 12

Ujung Batakarang (SE Sumatra)

209nm
351°
The coast of Sumatera (Sumatra) from Batakarang Point trends NNW for about 65 miles to Tanjung Jabung.
The entire coast is very low, covered with wood, and fronted by a mud bank that, within a depth of 9.1m, in places, extends about 13 miles offshore.
It may be approached to ...
8 Feb 12

Cirebon

207nm
110°
Small port protected by a breakwater.
27 Mar 12
Local Area

Sunda Strait

The Sunda Strait (Indonesian: Selat Sunda) is the strait between the Indonesian islands of Java and Sumatra.
It connects the Java Sea to the Indian
Ocean.
1 May 17

Sumatra W coast (Indonesia)

On the W coast of Sumatera there is a high, rocky coast, or if there is a strip of sand by the sea, the land rises rapidly behind it to the neighboring hills.
Numerous small streams discharge their waters on the W coast, but most of them are barred and only navigable by small craft. ...
1 Feb 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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