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Pulau Segantang (Langkawi) (Malaysia)

Pulau Segantang (Langkawi) (Malaysia)

Characteristics

Description

Pulau Segantang, consisting of two rocky islets, 25m high, lies about 22 miles W of the Sungai Kedah and 10 miles SE from the S extremity of Pulau Dayang Bunting.

There are depths of 29.3m close to its N and E sides and 34.7m about 2 miles SW.

A Marine Park, with a radius of approximately 1 mile, encloses Pulau Segantang.
Numerous restrictions and prohibitions affect this area.

Caution.—A dangerous wreck, best seen on chart, lies 10 miles SW of Pulau Segantang.
19/12/2011
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Pulau Segantang (Langkawi) (Malaysia)
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