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Sutera Harbour (MY)

Sutera Harbour (MY)

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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 to do port clearance before their crew is allowed ashore. Proceed to the Marine Department located in Sepanggar Bay and take the following documents:
  • Ship registration certificate
  • Crew List
  • Passenger List - if any
  • Last port clearance certificate
  • Master is required to fill in the MSS 1 form

On completion, proceed to the immigration and custom officefor further clearance. Do not forget to take along passports for stamping.
5/11/2008
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Localisation

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Flying distances - Direct line

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Local Area

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