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Sungai Retih (E Sumatra)

Sungai Retih (E Sumatra)

Characteristics

Description

Sungai Retih (Reteh River) disharges by four mouths, 8 to 12 miles NW of Tanjung Labu.

These mouths are formed by three islands; the middle and largest is Pulau Kijang (Kidjang). Off these mouths the 5m curve is 6 miles from the coast, and the channels which lead to them are between or over drying mud banks extending to the E from the islands; there is not more than 1.2m at LW.

27/02/2012
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Pulau Alangtiga - Beralas - Muci (W pulau Singkep)

35nm
88°
Pulau Alangtiga, 79m high, lying about 30 miles NW of Pulau Berhala, is the central of a group of three small thickly-wooded islands fringed by reef, and some rocks above-water.
Pulas Beralas, 69m high, lies about 1 mile N of Pulau Alangtiga.
Pulau Muci (Mubi), 81m high, lies ...
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Selat Indragiri (Batong Kwantan) (E Sumatra)

10nm
39°
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 ...
27 Feb 12

Tanjung Labu (E Sumatra)

14nm
172°
Tanjung Labu (Tandjoeng Laboe), the N point of the entrance, has a drying mud flat that extends about 2 miles off.
27 Feb 12

Sungai Tungkal (E Sumatra)

16nm
170°
The entrance to the Sungai Tungkal (Soengei Toengkal) is located about 24 miles NW of Kuala Niur.
27 Feb 12

Pulau Burung (Burung-E Sumatra)

58nm
Pulau Burung (Boeroeng), 4 miles NNW of the entrance of the Sungai Kateman, is low, wooded, and separated from the Sumatera coast by a narrow channel.  Pulau Burung is a drying bank extends from 1 to 2 miles from the ends of the island.
Kateman Island and Pulau Burung are ...
27 Feb 12

Pulau Serak and Pulau Pengelap (E Pulau Singplaut)

48nm
97°
Pulau Serak, a low and wooded islet, lies about 7 miles WNW of Tanjung Buku, it is located on a shoal, which, under the depth of 9.1m, extends 2 miles SE, 1 mile N, and about 0.7 mile off either side. Oekol (Pulau Ukol), located about 0.5 mile W of the S end of Pulau Serak, lies on ...
26 Feb 12

Teluk Kualacenaku (Amphitrite Bay) (E Sumatra)

27nm
27°
Teluk Kualacenaku is about 20 miles wide between Tanjung Bakau and Tanjung Dato, a low headland, and about 17 miles long to the mouth of the several rivers of which it is the estuary. The coast is everywhere low and marshy, and the greater portion of the bay is very shallow.
The ...
29 Feb 12

Pulau Silenseng and Bunta (NW Pulau Singkep)

42nm
71°
Pulau Silenseng (Pulau Silinseng), nearly 3 miles NW of Rusukbuaya, consists of two islets connected by a reef, dry at LW; it is surrounded by a reef which extends about 0.5 mile from its W side.
A shoal, with a least depth of 7.3m, lies midway between Ruskbuaya and Pulau Silenseng. ...
26 Feb 12

Pulau Kepulauan Singkeplaut (SE Pulau Singkeplaut)

63nm
99°
Kepulauan Singkeplaut (Singkep Laoet Islands), lying on a drying reef E of Tanjung Buku and fronting Teluk Baruk, consists of Pulau Keling, Pulau Tengah, Pulau Lalang, and Pulau Singkeplaut, as well as a few abovewater rocks.
A conspicuous tree is reported to stand on Pulau Singkeplaut.
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Pulau Cempah - Pulau Laut (Indonesia)

66nm
52°
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Pulau Cempah is fairly ...
27 Feb 12

Selat Berhala) (SE Sumatra)

41nm
105°
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Sungai Batang Hari (Djambi River) (E Sumatra)

36nm
142°
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Vessels should not enter Kuala Niur without local knowledge; the buoys and beacons may be shifted in accordance with the changes in the channel ...
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Local Area

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 ...
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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 Alangtiga - Beralas - Muci (W pulau Singkep)

Pulau Alangtiga, 79m high, lying about 30 miles NW of Pulau Berhala, is the central of a group of three small thickly-wooded islands fringed by reef, and some rocks above-water.
Pulas Beralas, 69m high, lies about 1 mile N of Pulau Alangtiga.
Pulau Muci (Mubi), 81m high, lies ...
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Pulau Singkep (E Sumatra)

Pulau Singkep is located about 20 miles N of Tanjung Jabung on the Sumatera coast. It is an island in the Lingga Archipelago in Indonesia.
The island, about 20 miles in length and the same in breadth, is much indented on its N and S sides.
It is separated from the E coast of ...
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Pulau Burung (Burung-E Sumatra)

Pulau Burung (Boeroeng), 4 miles NNW of the entrance of the Sungai Kateman, is low, wooded, and separated from the Sumatera coast by a narrow channel.  Pulau Burung is a drying bank extends from 1 to 2 miles from the ends of the island.
Kateman Island and Pulau Burung are ...
27 Feb 12
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