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Selat Rupat (Selat Dumai) (E Sumatra)

Selat Rupat (Selat Dumai) (E Sumatra)

Characteristics

Description

Selat Rupat (Selat Dumai) separates Pulau Rupat from the mainland of Sumatera. Tanjung Ketam, the W entrance point of the N end of Selat Rupat, is low and sandy and is marked by some houses and coconut trees.
25/01/2012
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Sites around Selat Rupat (Selat Dumai) (E Sumatra)
Flying distances - Direct line

Dumai harbour (E Sumatra)

1.5nm
136°
Dumai is a seaport town situated on the S side of Selat Rupat on the mainland coast of Sumatera directly opposite Tanjung Kapal. Dumai is an important oil loading terminal, with facilities for loading general cargo.
This is one of the main entry points into Sumatra by boat. ...
25 Jan 12

Pyramid shoal (Malaysia)

44nm
10°
Pyramid Shoal, which lies on the N side of the SE end of South Sands, has a least depth of 3.4m, hard sand, and is the most dangerous shoal in the area because of its depth and protrusion into the fairway.
A lighted buoy is moored about 7 miles SE of Pyramid Shoal. A depth of about ...
28 Dec 11

Water islands (Malacca - Malaysia)

56nm
66°
Between Melaka and Tanjong Seginting, about 46 miles SE, the low, thickly wooded coast is bordered by a mud bank which extends up to 2.5 miles offshore in places.
The Water Islands, centered about 8 miles SE of Melaka, consists of a group of six tree-covered islands of moderate ...
5 Jan 12

Selat Bengkalis (E Sumatra)

32nm
106°
Selat Bengkalis lies between the SW side of Pulau Bengkalis and Sumatera and is entered W of Tanjung Jati, the W extremity of Pulau Bengkalis, which stands about 19 miles SE of Tanjung Masim. The N approach is deep and presents no difficulty if the buoyed channel is followed.
The ...
25 Jan 12

Raleigh shoal (NE Sumatra)

34nm
47°
Raleigh Shoal, about 4 miles long in a NW to SE direction with a least depth of 4.8m, lies centered about 15 miles E of Tanjung Medang.
A shoal, with a depth of 19.4m, was reported to lie 3.5 miles NNW of Raleigh Shoal. A lighted buoy is moored on the S side of the shoal. There ...
29 Dec 11

Vowler Bank (E Sumatra)

46nm
79°
Vowler Bank, with depths of less than 20m, lies with its NW end about 5 miles SE of the 2.4m depth on Rob Roy Bank. A 9.1m patch lies near the NW end of the bank and a similar depth lies s about 3 miles SE.
29 Dec 11

Clark Bank (E Sumatra)

54nm
86°
Clark Bank consists of two narrow ridges, about 2 miles apart, extending in a NW to SE direction, which lies about 4 miles SE of Vowler Bank.
Depths over these ridges range from 15.5 to 18.5m. Between these banks and the shoals extending from the coast of Sumatera there is a deep ...
29 Dec 11

Tanjung Sinaboi (E Sumatra)

42nm
324°
Tanjung Sinaboi, low and thickly wooded, is the NE extremity of the peninsula separating theSungai Rokan from Selat Rupat.
Pulau Sinaboi, a small lightcolored islet, lies close NW of Tanjung Sinaboi and shows up well against the darker growth of the mainland.
25 Jan 12

Bambek shoal (Selangor - Malaysia)

52nm
14°
Bambeck Shoal, the nearest shoal on the NE side lies on the NE side of the fairway.
Bambek shoal, about 4 NM offshore, lies SW of the mouth of Sungai Sepang Besar.
It has a depth of 0,3 m near its center and is composed of hard sand.
Its NW and SE sides are steep-to with ...
30 Dec 11

Tanjong Gabang (Selangor - Malaysia)

59nm
Tg Gabang has a light easily identified. It is located before Kampong Batu Laut that stands at the mouth of a small river about 2 NM SE of the point.Between Tanjong Gabang and the entrance of the Sungai Sepang Besar, about 16 miles ESE, the thickly wooded coast is fringed by a sand ...
29 Dec 11

Tanjung Padang (E Sumatra)

49nm
111°
From Tanjung Padang,  the S entrance point of the W end of the strait, a spit with a depth of 1.8m at its outer end, extends 2.5 miles W from the point. The spit dries up to 1 mile W of the point.
Dedap, a wooded islet, lies on a sandbank which extends about 0.2 mile offshore ...
26 Jan 12

Sungaipakning harbour (E Sumatra)

47nm
117°
Sungaipakning stands about 2 miles S of Tanjung Balaidalam. It's a small port.
A radio mast, painted red and white, stands in the town.
A shoal, with a least charted depth of 8m, extends about 3miles SE from a point about 1 mile NE of the charted light in position 1°20.7'N, ...
26 Jan 12
Local Area

Pulau Medang - Pulau Rupat (E Sumatra)

Pulau Medang and Pulau Rupat are separated from each other by a narrow, winding strait of no importance to navigation. Both islands are heavily wooded.
Pulau Rupat is separated from the coast of Sumatera by Selat Rupat.
Foul ground, with numerous drying patches, extends about ...
25 Jan 12

Tanjung Sinaboi to Singapore strait (E Sumatra)

The S coast of the Strait of Malacca between Tanjung Sinaboi and Tanjung Medang, the N point of Pulau Medang about 37 miles ESE, is fronted by numerous mudbanks, which are a continuation of South Sands. Some of these banks dry and are marked by occasional breakers.
Pulau Medang ...
25 Jan 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

Islets SSE of Tanjung Ketam (E Sumatra)

Pulau Ketam, a small islet, stands 7 miles SSE of Tanjung Ketam and Pulau Atung, Pulau Mampu, Pulau Payung, Pulau Rampang, and Pulau Mentelier stand up to 8.5 miles farther SSE. All of these islets are low but tree-covered. The entire S shore of the strait is densely wooded.
A ...
25 Jan 12
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