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Selat Dasi

Selat Dasi



Selat Dasi (Dasi Strait) is a passage 4 miles long, separating Pulau Lingga from Pulau Bakung N of it.

There are several islets and rocks in the fairway of the strait, and it is only available to vessels with local knowledge.

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Merodong group (Indonesia)

The Merodong group of islands lie to the W of Pulau Mesanak, between it and the Temiang group. The former group comprises six islands, separated by channels unsuitable for navigation and there is no reason in venturing among them or between them and Pulau Mesanak.
Merodong, the ...
10 Feb 12

Pulau Cempah - Pulau Laut (Indonesia)

Pulau Cempah (Tjempah) is irregularly shaped, hilly and about 5 miles long and 2 miles wide. It is separated from the NW part of Pulau Bakung and Blandok Besar and Karoti by Selat Cempah (Tjempah Strait, 2 miles wide, which has general depths of about 24m.
Pulau Cempah is fairly ...
27 Feb 12

Pulau Mesanak (Indonesia)

Pulau Mesanak, located 7 miles N of the N end of Pulau Sebangka, has the form of an elbow, of which the long arm extends 4.5 miles in a N and S direction, and the short arm 3 miles E and W. Ridges of hills extend the whole length of both arms, the highest point, 107m high, being where ...
11 Feb 12

Pulau Bujang and Gojong (E Lingga)

Pulau Bujang, about 5 miles W of Pulau Selentang, is hilly and wooded, with a peaked hill 111m high near its center; it is steep-to on the NE side but elsewhere is surrounded by a reef which dries. On the SE side, are two wooded rocks.
Tjawan Reef, which dries, lies about 0.5 mile ...
9 Feb 12

Selanga Islets and Alor Islands (Indonesia)

The Selanga Islets, three in number, lying on the SE of Selat Pengelap, are small but elevated and conspicuous; the S islet is 35m high. With an opposing wind and current, a troublesome sea may arise in this area.The Pangelap group of islands separates Selat Pangelap from Selat Abang. ...
29 Feb 12

Pulau Kentar (Indonesia)

Pulau Kentar, located 1.5 miles E of Tanjung Gantong, the SE point of Pulau Sebangka, is hilly, the highest point near its SE point being 120m high.
When coming from the N and before the adjacent islands to the S are visible, this high point resembles the hill on the SE end of ...
9 Feb 12

Pulau Sikeling - Blanding - Lobam (Indonesia)

Pulau Sikeling, 91m high and about 1 mile long, lies 1 mile S of Pulau Buaya.
Blanding lies about 1 mile NW of Pulau Sikeling; it is the S of three islands located on a reef that extends about 4 miles NW.
Lobam, 84m high, lies on the N part of this reef. Turka lies between Blanding ...
27 Feb 12

Pulau Bakau (Indonesia)

Pulau Bakau, lying about 1 mile N of Pulau Kentar, is surrounded by a reef; Tjandur and Beringin, two small islets, are located on the reef about 1 mile N of Bakau.
9 Feb 12

Pulau Buaya (Boeaja) (Indonesia)

Pulau Buaya (Boeaja) lies about 3 miles W of Pulau Cempah; in the channel separating them are several islets which can best be seen on the chart.
Pulau Buaya has the shape of an alligator when seen from the N; it is surrounded by a narrow reef. The summit of the island, located ...
27 Feb 12

Pulau Nyamok (Indonesia)

Pulau Nyamok (Njamok), 56m high, and lying about 2 miles SE of the S end of Pulau Mesanak, is surrounded by a reef which extends about 1 mile NE, with drying rocks, and is generally breaking.
In the channel between Pulau Nyamok and Pulau Mesanak, there is a sandy islet with some ...
10 Feb 12

Pulau Pulon (W Lingga)

Pulau Pulon lies about 2 miles NE of Tanjung Datuk; the islet is prominent with a sharp peak.
27 Feb 12

Pulau Telan (Indonesia)

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 ...
26 Feb 12
Local Area

Pulau Bakung Besar (N Pulau Lingga)

Pulau Bakung (Bakong) lies close to the NW end of Pulau Lingga, from which it is separated by Selat Dasi, and has some fairly high hills.
The SW coast of the island trends in a NW direction, the shore being fronted to a short distance by a reef.Close to the NW extremity of Pulau ...
27 Feb 12

Sumatra (Indonesia)

Sumatra (Indonesian: Sumatera) is an island in western Indonesia, westernmost of the Sunda Islands.
The longest axis of the island runs approximately 1,790 km (1,110 mi) northwest-southeast, crossing the equator near the centre. At its widest point the island spans ...
7 Jan 12

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, ...
6 Apr 12
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