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Tanjung Hele (S Nias)

Tanjung Hele (S Nias)

Characteristics

Description

Tanjung Hele, the S point of Telokdalam, lies about 6 miles E of Teluk Lagudri.
A reef marked by discolored water and very high surf, extends SE from Tanjung Hele, which should be rounded at a distance of at least 1 mile.
6/02/2012
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Localisation

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Teluk Dalam harbour (S Nias)

0.6nm
332°
Teluk Dalam that means "Deep Gulf", is about 1 mile in length. It affords good shelter from all but SE winds, which, however, do not cause much swell, and is free from dangers.
It is easily recognized by Tanjung Batu, the N entrance point, which is dark, nearly perpendicular, and ...
6 Feb 12

Tanjung Tedulehu (Tedu Ichu or Todojghu) (E Nias)

6.4nm
40°
From Telok Dalam, the coast trends NE for about 6 miles to Tg Tedulehu (Balo Todojghu, Ujung Tedu Ichu, a low point covered with coconut trees.
A number of villages lie scattered along this stretch of coast. A narrow reef fronts the shore, preventing loading in most places. With ...
6 Feb 12

Ujung Sumabawa (E Nias)

16nm
17°
Between tg Tedulehu and Ujung Sumabawa, about 11 miles N, the coast is high, with mountain ranges approaching the coast.
Ujung Sumabawa is marked by a light.
A low plain begins here and extends N, gradually getting wider.
About 1 mile W of Ujung Sumabawa, landing may be effected ...
6 Feb 12

Karang Makassar (E Nias)

18nm
38°
Makassar Reefs are four isolated dangers, with depths of 3 to 8.2m, and deep channels between them.
They lie from 1.75 to 7 miles S of Sumabawa, and from 6 to 7 miles offshore. They are marked by breakers or a heavy swell.
6 Feb 12

Karang Sirene (Sirene Reefs)

68nm
83°
Sirene Reefs, one of the outermost dangers in this locality, consist of four heads, of which the westernmost and the southernmost, with 0.9m of water, sometimes break; there are depths of 1.4 and 6.9m on the other two patches.
7 Feb 12

Tanjung Syuani (Sjuani) (E Nias)

26nm
15°
Tanjung Sjuani (Tanjung Syuani), on which high casuarina trees grow close to the sea, appears as a dark steep point.
Landing is very difficult.
6 Feb 12

Pulau Sumabawa (E Nias)

24nm
28°
Pulau Sumabawa, an island located about 5 miles SE of Tanjung Sjuani, is fringed by a narrow reef. A 6.4m patch lies about 2 miles NNW of Sumabawa.
6 Feb 12

Ujung Onolimbu (E Nias)

30nm
Ujung Onolimb lies about 6 miles NW of Tanjung Sjuani. Onolimbu Road has good anchorage, in depths of 21.9m to 25.6m, mud. It is close to shore, abreast a road leading to Tagaule village.
There is another anchorage off Bodsyihona village to the N, in a depth of 18.3m. Local knowledge ...
6 Feb 12

Pulau Onolimbu (E Nias)

32nm
Pulau Onolimbu is an island located about 1 NM N of Ug Onolimbu.There are several drying shoals about 3.5 miles NNW of Ujung Onolimbu.
6 Feb 12

Tanjung Lambaru (E Nias)

36nm
357°
Tanjung Lambaru, located about 8 miles NW of Ujung Onolimbu, is swampy and thickly overgrown; dead trees stand on it and in the water close off it.At Tanjung Lambaru it has a width of 8 miles. The coast consists of a sandy beach, off which rocks are lying. The sea usually breaks, ...
6 Feb 12

Pulau Wunga (W Nias)

59nm
312°
Pulau Wunga, about 8 NM S of Pulau Mausi, is low andcovered with coconut trees.
A large conspicuous tree, visible for 16 miles, is located on a small elevationnear the N end.
The reef extending from the N side of the island is ordinarily marked by high rollers; on the S side ...
6 Feb 12

Tanjung Sirombu (W Nias)

34nm
313°
Tanjung Sirombu, lying about 34 miles SSE of Tanjung Sosilutte, is low and wooded and may be identified by several tall casuarina trees which stand above the other trees. The point is marked by a light. From a distance it resembles an island, but from closer in the low wooded sandy ...
6 Feb 12
Local Area

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6 Feb 12

Pulau Nias (W Sumatra)

Pulau Nias, the largest of the islands at 125 km off the W coast of Sumatera, is hilly and from E appears like a chain of mountains of varying height. It has hardly any conspicuous peaks, but Maziaja Mountain, 432m high in the N portion, is noticeable along with three somewhat lower ...
6 Feb 12

Sumatra W coast (Indonesia)

On the W coast of Sumatera there is a high, rocky coast, or if there is a strip of sand by the sea, the land rises rapidly behind it to the neighboring hills.
Numerous small streams discharge their waters on the W coast, but most of them are barred and only navigable by small craft. ...
1 Feb 12

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 ...
7 Jan 12

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
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