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Tondi jetty (E India)

Tondi jetty (E India)

Characteristics

Description

Tondi, is a small port for local coasting craft.
Two white masonry beacons, 4.5m high, mark the port limits.
A light stands about 4.5 miles NE of Tondi.

Anchorage may obtained, in 6m, mud, about 5 miles ESE of Tondi, but this position is exposed to all but offshore winds.
Small vessels anchor nearer the town, in about 4.9m, stiff mud.

23/03/2012
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124°
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29nm
159°
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29nm
158°
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29nm
158°
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31nm
143°
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40nm
144°
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40nm
212°
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43nm
144°
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65nm
223°
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60nm
56°
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75nm
218°
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75nm
222°
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Local Area

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