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Port of Cameta (Para Brazil)

Port of Cameta (Para Brazil)

Characteristics

Description

Stands on the W bank of the rio Tocantins, about 90 NM from Belem. The town is built on the river bank and is an important trade center. The tidal range is about 3m; the current attains a rate of about 2.5 knots.
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46°
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Port of Belem (Para Brazil)

76nm
51°
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This is the best port at which to enter Amazonia, but ...
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Cabo Norte (Amapa Brazil)

237nm
353°
Cabo Norte is the limit  of the estuary of the Amazon river. It is 19 NM from Ilha Jipioca.
The cape is low, wooded, and slightly higher than the neighboring coast.
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Santarem harbor (Para Brazil)

314nm
268°
Santarem harbor stands on the S side of the mouth of the Rio Tapajos, 1 NM S of Ponta Negra.

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Port of Sao Luis (Maranhao Brazil)

310nm
92°
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The port of Sao Luis is used mainly by fishing boats and pleasure craft. It has a few piers that allows mooring, but only at flood tide, to ships of 2,5 to 3,5 ...
24 Jan 16

Porto do Itaqui (Maranhao Brazil)

307nm
93°
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13 Jan 16

Cabo Orange (N Brazil)

418nm
342°
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Îles du Salut (French Guiana)

488nm
337°
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On a clear day, the islands are visible ...
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Île Saint-Joseph (French Guiana)

488nm
337°
Anchorage can be taken in the bight formed by the S side of Ile Royale and the W side of Ile Saint-Joseph.
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Devil's Island

488nm
337°
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Ile Royal (French Guiana)

488nm
337°
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Port of Saint laurent du Maroni (French Guiana)

538nm
329°
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Local Area

N Brazil

Brazil is the only country in the world that lies on the equator while having contiguous territory outside the tropics. It occupies a large area along the E coast of S. America.
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SW Atlantic Ocean

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Ilha de Maraca and ilha Jipioca (Amapa Brazil)

Maracá Ecological Station is an ecological station some 5 km offshore of the Brazilian town of Amapá, in the state of the same name, Amapá. The ecological station is entirely located on the 2 adjacent islands Ilha: de Maracá do Norte and Ilha ...
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