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Tanjong Ru (Pulau Carey - Malaysia)

Tanjong Ru (Pulau Carey - Malaysia)

Characteristics

Description

Tg Ru is located E side of the approach to Selat Kelang, on Pulau Carey, It is the S point of the South fairway of port Klang .
The coast between Tanjong Ru and Tanjong Gabang, about 15 miles SE, is indented about midway along its length by Kuala Langat. This shallow river is not frequented by any but small local craft.

The coastal bank, which extends about 2 miles from Kuala Langat, is steep-to and shoals rapidly from a depth of 27.4m to 0.3m, with numerous patches which dry, between the edge of the bank and the river entrance.

29/12/2011
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14nm
129°
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19nm
283°
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21nm
338°
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30nm
352°
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30nm
351°
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28nm
128°
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120°
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Local Area

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