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Pulau Gin Br - Gin Kl - Numbing (Indonesia)

Pulau Gin Br - Gin Kl - Numbing (Indonesia)

Characteristics

Description

Pulau Gin Besar, Pulau Gin-kecil, and Pulau Numbing are three islands, which together are about 5 miles in extent, lying from 8 to 13 miles SE of Gunung Kau, and separated from each other by narrow channels; the channel along the S side of Pulau Gin Besar has depths of 6.9 to 15.5m but its entrances are foul.

Selat Sendara is the channel between Pulau Gin Besar and Pulau Gin-kecil on the E and Pulau Telan on the W. In it are some banks with less than 3.7m, and off the coast reef of Pulau Telan are some drying patches.

At its N end off Pulau Gin Besar is Pulau Rinti with a small islet N of it, both surrounded by reef.

These obstructions and tidal currents combine to make the passage unsafe except to those acquainted with it.

11/02/2012
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Stop over at Equator Club in Pulau Numbing. Shore base Accommodation available.

Contact: Olivier@theequatorclub.com

26/10/2015
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Localisation

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