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Ujung Ahu (Ahoe) (NE Sumatra)

Ujung Ahu (Ahoe) (NE Sumatra)

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Description

Ujung Ahu (Og Ahoe), about 8 miles SE of Kuda Pusung, can only be identified from the E by the casuarina trees.
22/01/2012
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3.5nm
115°
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8.4nm
147°
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The Sungai Deli has two entrances separated by Pulau Belawan.
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Belawan Harbor (NE Sumatra)

8.7nm
149°
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Tjung Perling (NE Sumatra)

10nm
148°
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Pangkalan Oil Terminal (NE Sumatra)

28nm
296°
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Ujung Tamiang (NE Sumatra)

36nm
324°
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Kualalangsa harbor (NE Sumatra)

51nm
314°
Kuala Langsa, which is the port for the town of Langsa, stands on the left bank of the Krueng Langsa about 4 miles SW of Tanjung Langsa.
The channel depth is  0 to 1,5 m
Anchorage depth: 7,1 to 9,1 m
Cargo pier depth: 4,9 to 6,1 m
Tidal range:1,5 m
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Ujung Perolin (NE Sumatra)

55nm
318°
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Pulau Jarak (K Sembilan) (Malaysia)

87nm
87°
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61nm
123°
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73nm
113°
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116nm
80°
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Local Area

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Teluk Aru (NE Sumatra)

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