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Sigli (N Sumatra)

Sigli (N Sumatra)

Characteristics

Description

Sigli is situated at the SE mouth of Krueng Baro, which flows into the sea about 9 miles SE of Ujung Pidie, and that is the principal river on this part of the coast.
The port is used only by small craft.
20/01/2012
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Localisation

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Flying distances - Direct line

Ujung Pidie (NE Sumatra)

7.8nm
324°
Ujung Pidie is about 29 miles E of Ujung Baka. The hills are reported to approach the coast nearly the entire distance. It is the extremity of a range of hills sloping steeply to the sea, is easily recognized. the coral reef fronting it is steep-to, extending 91m off it, and at a ...
20 Jan 12

Pulau Peunasoe (Nasi) (SE Breueh)

50nm
286°
Pulau Nasi (Peunasoe or Aceh island), nearly joins the SE point of Pulau Breueh, being separated by Aroih Lam Puyang.
The coast line is rocky in places with sandy beaches chiefly on the W side.
11 Jan 12

Ujung Bateeputeh (N Sumatra)

25nm
304°
Ujung Bateeputeh (Batu Putih) lying 10.5 miles E of Ujung Baka, is formed of chalk and sandstone, falls steeply to the sea and is easily recognized by a large white patch showing up on green land.
A 16 m skeletal tower, painted white is located on a promontory facing the Ombai ...
20 Jan 12

Kruengraya port (N Sumatra)

29nm
295°
The flat swamp shore only attains any considerable breadth on the W and S sides of Teluk Kruengraya (Krung Raya Bay.Kruengraya (Malahayati Port) has one concrete jetty in good condition.
Krueng Raya has for centuries enjoyed renown as a busy fishing port. People from various important ...
19 Jan 12

Ujung Raja (Samalanga - N Sumatra)

31nm
107°
Ujung Raja, S Samalanga village, a low promontory, may be recognized at some distant by a grove of high trees near its extremity.
There is a fringing reef off Ujung Raja; it should not be approached in depths less than 15m.
20 Jan 12

Teluk Kruengraya (N Sumatra)

29nm
296°
Teluk Kruengraya is deep for anchorage and the bottom on the W side of the bay is foul. However, Teluk Kruengraya does provide the only anchorage on the N coast of Sumatera that is usually free from swell in both monsoons.
The recommended position is at the head of the bay, 0.3 ...
20 Jan 12

Ujung Ritieng (Lhonga - E Sumatra)

43nm
273°
Ujung Ritieng is the S entrance point of Teluk Kruengraba. The point is a precipitous headland with a rock above-water close off it and depths of 18.3m just beyond.
1 Feb 12

Teluk Karang Raba (Kruengraba Kroeeng Raba) (E Sumatra)

43nm
275°
Teluk Karang Raba, lying 2,5 miles S of Ujung Raya, is about 4 miles wide. The mountains on either side make it appear as a valley when being a considerable distance off, and it has been mistaken for Aroih Cut.There is a cement-handling pier in the bay. The pier is 125m long with ...
1 Feb 12

Ujung Baka (N Sumatra)

35nm
296°
Ujung Baka (Pedro point or Pedropunt), is the N point of Sumatera.
The appearance of the coast has changes at Ujung Baka. W of it the coast is flat, but eastward it is hilly.
19 Jan 12

Lhok Prialaut (N Weh)

50nm
304°
Lhok Prialaut is the bay lying between Ug Bau and Ug Seukundo. 6,5 NM appart, between wich points the bay extends S for about 4 NM, with Teluk Sabang on its E shore.
Lhok Prialaut is about 2 miles in length and breadth, with good anchorage near its head, in 16.5 to 21.9m.
Tides—Currents.—The ...
15 Jan 12

Ulee Lheue Port (Aceh - N Sumatra)

41nm
285°
Ulee Lheue was a coastal port town near Banda Aceh, North Sumatra Indonesia. The name was made of two words. Ulèë means "head" and lheuë means” little peninsula”.
Ulee Lheue is a coastal town on the tip of Sumatra Island. was a coastal port town near Banda Aceh, North Sumatra ...
18 Jan 12

Pulau Rusa

45nm
261°
Pulau Rusa, 95m high, is a densely wooded island with a rugged coastline.
In heavy sea, the water for a considerable distance W of the island becomes a light green color and gives the impression of there being a reef in the vicinity.
1 Feb 12
Local Area

North coast of Sumatra (Indonesia)

North Sumatra stretches across the island between the Indian ocean and the Strait of Malacca. It borders Aceh province on the northwest. The province contains a broad, low plain along the Strait of Malacca on which the provincial capital, Medan, is located. In the south and west, ...
17 Jan 12

Andaman sea

The Andaman Sea (or Burma sea in Thai)  is a body of water to the southeast of the Bay of Bengal, south of Myanmar, west of Thailand and east of the Andaman Islands; it is a part of Indian Ocean.The sea has been traditionally used for fishery and transportation of goods between ...
21 Nov 11

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

Pulau Peunasoe (Nasi) (SE Breueh)

Pulau Nasi (Peunasoe or Aceh island), nearly joins the SE point of Pulau Breueh, being separated by Aroih Lam Puyang.
The coast line is rocky in places with sandy beaches chiefly on the W side.
11 Jan 12

Pulau Weh (N Sumatra)

Pulau Weh ((by the local population commonly referred to only as "Sabang", the name of the largest city), the largest of the islands off the N coast of Sumatra, is separated fromthe coast os Sumatra by Sempitan Malacca (Malacca passage), about 9 NM wide.
Kulam, the highest point ...
27 Jul 17

Pulau Breueh (Aceh - N Sumatra)

Pulau Breueh (pulau Brouch), about 20 NM S of pulau Rondo, is the largest of the westernmost island off Ujung Masam Muka.
It attains a height of 685m at Ceumo (Tjeumo), a summit in the middle of the island.
This is a rugged island, with several bays affording anchorage according ...
19 Jan 12
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