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Pulau Telan (Indonesia)

Pulau Telan (Indonesia)

Characteristics

Description

Pulau Telan (Telang), the SW point of which forms the SE limit of Selat Riau, is irregularly shaped and nearly 5 miles long, NE and SW, and about 1 mile wide.

It is divided into two parts and may be identified by a square hillock on its S end, 63m high, which, with a sharper peak W of it, forms a saddle; the land from here to the W end is the same elevation.

A reef fringes the W end of Telang Besar to a distance of about 0.2 mile, with depths of 11 to 12.8m close-to; a patch of 6.9m lies 0.35 mile W of the W extremity of the island.

Selat Telan (Selat Telang) (Telang Strait), between Pulau Senjolong and Pulau Telan, is about 2 miles wide. Another channel lies between Pulau Mantang and Pulau Senjolong on the S and the coast of Pulau Bintan to the N. These channels should only be used by vessels with local knowledge.

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It is surrounded by a reef which extends from 0.25 to ...
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Selat Telan (S Bintan)

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Selat Telang has varying depths of 26 to 44m in mid-channel and from 9.1 to 16m near the ...
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Pulau Dompak Basin and Sekaptap (Indonesia)

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Tanjung Tili (P Bintan)

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The S ...
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Selat Kijang (P Bintan-Indonesia)

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A lighted ...
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Kijang port (Bintan-Indonesia)

Kijang, a bauxite port, is situated about 3 miles N of the S entrance of Selat Kijang.
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Local Area

Selat Riau E side (Indonesia)

Transiting Selat Riau from S presents few difficulties.
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Pulau Bintan (Indonesia)

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Sumatra (Indonesia)

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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, ...
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Pulau Mantang Siulung and Ranggas (Indonesia)

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The channel is navigable only by small craft as the entrance is shallow.
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