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Pulau Mausi (W Nias)

Pulau Mausi (W Nias)

Characteristics

Description

Pulau Mausi, low and barren, lies in the S approach to Labuan Atjeh, about 2.2 miles SE of Tanjung Sosilutte.
It has a white sandy beach, and is fringed by a reef onwhich the sea always breaks, extending about 1 mile S; there is a depth of 7.7m at the outer end of the reef.
 An extensive reef, with a depth of 8.2m, which is marked by discoloration, lies 3.5 miles S of Pulau Mausi.

Anchorage may be obtained, in a depth of about 35m, sand and mud, off the E side of Pulau Mausi, partially sheltered from the heavy swell.

6/02/2012
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Localisation

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Tanjung Mbaa (E Nias)

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Local Area

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Pulau Wunga (W Nias)

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