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Telaga harbour marina (Langkawi)

Telaga harbour marina (Langkawi)

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Description

This safe and sheltered harbour that has evolved from a small fishing village, feature a self-contained township accessible both by road and sea.
The facilities and services available also make it an ideal destination for transient, and home base to yachts of various sizes including mega yachts.

Depth: 3,5 m on channel and 4,5 m in basin
60 rooms for visitors (<25 m)
Mob: +6012 297 9195.
Tel: +604 959 2202
Fax: +604 959 2204
Mail: info@telagaharbour.com

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Ce port sûr et protégé, qui a évolué à partir d'un petit village de pêche, dotées d'un canton autonome accessible à la fois par la route et la mer.
Les installations et services disponibles en font également une destination idéale pour les passagers, et la base de la maison pour des yachts de différentes tailles, y compris mega yachts.

Profondeur: 3,5 m sur 4,5 m de canal et dans le bassin
60 places pour les visiteurs (<25 m)
Mob: 6012 297 9195.
Tél: +604 959 2202
Fax: +604 959 2204
Mail: info@telagaharbour.com
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