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Selat Indragiri (Batong Kwantan) (E Sumatra)

Selat Indragiri (Batong Kwantan) (E Sumatra)



Selat Indragiri (Indragiri River) (Batong Kwantan) penetrates in its upper reaches far into the
Padang uplands.
Its principal mouth is the Kuala Laja, which is the most serviceable channel for larger vessels.
Vessels with a maximum length of 60m and a maximum draft of 4m can be taken across the bar of the Kuala Lajau; this depth can be maintained for about 30 miles upriver. An abandoned customs station stands on the S side of the entrance to Kuala Lajau; a village, built on piles, stands on the N side.
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Teluk Kualacenaku (Amphitrite Bay) (E Sumatra)

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Tanjung Labu (E Sumatra)

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Tanjung Dato (E Sumatra)

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Pulau Rapang (NW Pulau Singkep)

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A steep-to bank, as defined by the 5m curve, forms the W side of the channel.
It extends about 5 miles SW from Rapang.
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Tanjung Irat (NW Singkep)

Tanjung Irat, on the E side, is located 5.5 miles N of Tanjung Sebayur. The strait is divided by a long, steep sandbank on the N point of which lie two rocks, named Malang Bang which are only visible at LW; a patch that dries lies on the W elbow of the bank, about midway between the two points.
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Selat Berhala) (SE Sumatra)

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Sungai Batang Hari (Djambi River) (E Sumatra)

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Selat Penuba (Indonesia)

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Pulau Burung (Burung-E Sumatra)

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Pulau Singkep (E Sumatra)

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