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Sibu

Sibu

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Sites around Sibu
Flying distances - Direct line

Muara Harbor

254nm
49°
Port.
13 Apr 12

Bontang Lng Terminal

363nm
111°
Oil terminal
13 Apr 12

Sutera Harbour (MY)

335nm
48°
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Entrance Navigation
The average dept at lowest astronomical tide (LAT) is 5 meters inside the basin and outside the breakwater is more than 7 metres.
Arrival Requirements
All visiting vessels are required ...
5 Nov 08

Balikpapan

365nm
125°
Port.
13 Apr 12

Tanjung Tondang (N Bintan)

455nm
261°
Tanjung Tondang, the NW end of Pulau Bintan and the NE limit of Selat Riau, is a rocky, wooded point.Pulau Tondang lies a little more than 183m W of Tanjung Tondang and S of this islet there is a rock on which there are palms. Panjang islets or rocks lie on the shore reef SE of Tanjung Tondang.
24 Feb 12

Kijang port (Bintan-Indonesia)

441nm
258°
Kijang, a bauxite port, is situated about 3 miles N of the S entrance of Selat Kijang.
Timber products and general cargoes are also handled.Tides—CurrentsTidal currents can be strong by Tanjung Tili at the S entrance to Selat Kijang, setting across the channel towards Pulau Siulung. ...
11 Feb 12

Teluk Bintan (W Bintan)

449nm
260°
Teluk Bintan (Bintan Bay) indents the coast to the E of Pulau Ujan, into which several small rivers discharge. Kapal and Ketir are two low, wooded islets lying on a bank that dries on the E side of the entrance to the bay.
23 Feb 12

Selat Kijang (P Bintan-Indonesia)

441nm
258°
Selat Kijang (Kidjang Strait) is a narrow passage between the SE coast of Pulau Bintan and several small islands immediately off that coast.A bar, with depths of 5.6m extends across the S entrance to Selat Kijang from Tanjung Tili to the SW extremity of Pulau Koyang.
A lighted ...
11 Feb 12

Tanjung Tili (P Bintan)

443nm
258°
Tanjung Tili, the S extremity of Pulau Bintan, marks the W side of the S entrance of Kijang Strait.The distance from Tanjung Tili to the N entrance of Selat Kijangis about 8 miles. The N part of the strait is unmarked and used only by small vessels with local knowledge.
The S ...
10 Feb 12

Pulau Los (W pulau Bintan)

452nm
259°
Pulau Los, about 0.5 mile W of the W end of Senggarang, is small, wooded, and low at the sides, but in the center is a hill 41m high; the islet is surrounded by a narrow reef on which there are some rocks.
23 Feb 12

Pulau Penyengat (Indonesia)

451nm
259°
Pulau Penyengat is a hilly thickly-wooded island located 1 mile W of Tanjungpinang; it is about 1 mile in length, 0.3 mile in breadth, and surrounded by a reef to the distance of 0.2 mile.
A conspicuous tree, the top of which is 38m in height above HW, stands on a hill at the W ...
18 Feb 12

Changi sailing club

473nm
263°
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10 Mar 10
Local Area

East Malaysia

East Malaysia consists of the Malaysian states of Sabah and Sarawak, located on the island of Borneo, as well as the Federal Territory of Labuan, which lies off coast of Sabah.
26 Aug 09

NW Pacific Ocean

The Pacific Ocean (from the Latin name Mare Pacificum, "peaceful sea", bestowed upon it by the Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan) is the largest of the Earth's oceanic divisions. It extends from the Arctic in the north to the Antarctic in the south, bounded by Asia and Australia ...
10 Jan 09
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