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Pulau Wunga (W Nias)

Pulau Wunga (W Nias)

Characteristics

Description

Pulau Wunga, about 8 NM S of Pulau Mausi, is low andcovered with coconut trees.
A large conspicuous tree, visible for 16 miles, is located on a small elevationnear the N end.
The reef extending from the N side of the island is ordinarily marked by high rollers; on the S side is marked by rollers or breakers.
6/02/2012
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Pulau Mausi (W Nias)

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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.
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Labuan Aceh (W Nias)

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A 1.2m patch lies on the E side of the bay, about 0.3 mile offshore.
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Tanjung Sosilutte (W Nias)

Tanjung Sosilutte, about 2 NM SE of Tg Tojolawa, is a low point with a remarkable tree, and it is the S extremity of the Tojolawa Peninsula, on the slopes of which are the buildings of a coconut plantation.
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Tanjung Tojolawa (NW Nias)

From Tanjung Siginingini to Tanjung Tojolawa, the NW extremity of Pulau Nias, the coast is in parts fringed by a reef, with several off-lying islands.
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Pulau Senau (N Nias)

From Pulau Senau, lying about 11 miles ENE of Tanjung Tojolawa, the coast is completely exposed to N and NW squalls.
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Tanjung Ginigini (Siginingini) (N Nias)

The N coast of Pulau Nias, which forms the S side of Pulau Nias North Channel, is low, but there is a range of hills extending S from Tanjung Siginingini, the N extremity of the island, to Maziaja Mountain.
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Tanjung Sirombu (W Nias)

Tanjung Sirombu, lying about 34 miles SSE of Tanjung Sosilutte, is low and wooded and may be identified by several tall casuarina trees which stand above the other trees. The point is marked by a light. From a distance it resembles an island, but from closer in the low wooded sandy ...
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Teluk Siaba

Teluk Siaba, the N anchorage of Pulau Nias, is entered W of Tanjung Dowi. There are two inlets on its W side.
Anchorage may be obtained in Teluk Siaba, in depths of 29m to 40m, giving some shelter from N or W winds.
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Pulau Sarangbaung (W Sumatra)

Pulau Sarangbaung lies 10.5 miles NNE of the N extremity of Pulau Nias. There is a break in the reef on the SE side where boats can land at a village. The island is overgrown with coconuts and is visible for 12 miles.
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Gunung Sitoli harbour (E Nias)

Gunung Sitoli (Gunungsitoli is the capital and the port of Nias. It is located about 14 NM NW of Tg Lambaru and forms a deep bight.
At its head the hills approach the shore, leaving a strip of lowland between them.
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Tanjung Mbaa (E Nias)

North of Gunungsitoli, the coast is covered with coconut trees for about 6 miles.Close N of Gunungsitoli is Tanjung Mbaa, a rocky point from which a light is shown. From Tanjung Mbaa, a narrow strip of coast land extends about 3 miles NW, then a fringing reef leads up to Tanjung ...
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Tanjung Dowi (N Nias)

Tanjung Dowi is fronted by a reef which dries to a distance of about 0.1 mile, with depths of 5.5m at 0.4 mile from the point.
6 Feb 12
Local Area

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On the W coast of Sumatera there is a high, rocky coast, or if there is a strip of sand by the sea, the land rises rapidly behind it to the neighboring hills.
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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 Mausi (W Nias)

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 ...
6 Feb 12
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