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Ujung Bau (S Nasi))

Ujung Bau (S Nasi))

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Description

Ujung Bau (or Baku, Oedjoeng Baoe) is a cape in the region of Aceh, the country of Indonesia with an average elevation of 80 meter above sea level. The location is sparsely populated
12/01/2012
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Pulau Peunasoe (Nasi) (SE Breueh)

1.7nm
12°
Pulau Nasi (Peunasoe or Aceh island), nearly joins the SE point of Pulau Breueh, being separated by Aroih Lam Puyang.
The coast line is rocky in places with sandy beaches chiefly on the W side.
11 Jan 12

Pulau Bunta (S P Nasi)

2.4nm
158°
Pulau Bunta (Pulau Boenta) lies between Aroih Raya and Aroih Cut (Aroih Tjoet).
Pulo Bunta is the least interesting of the bigger islands in Pulo Aceh. It has a light house and a few beaches, but difficult to swim due to the barrier reefs and strong currents. There are no people ...
19 Jan 12

Pulau Keureuse (SW Breueh)

5.3nm
296°
Pulau Keureuse (Nasi Kecil) or pulau Teunom, lies about 0.6 mile off the SW end of Pulau Breueh.
A sand bank, with depths of less than 5.5m, extends NE for a distance of about 0.3 mile from the NE coast.
11 Jan 12

Pulau Batee (S P Nasi)

3.1nm
106°
Pulau Batee, lying about 1 mile NE of the E end of Pulau Bunta, is mostly wooded, and rises to 129m.
The island is long and narrow. The mountain range runs along its NE side.
Pulau Batee is borded at its E side by Pulau Lumpai and at the W side, by Pulau Usamlakoh .
The spectacular ...
12 Jan 12

Lhok Alurayeun (SW P Nasi)

0.7nm
320°
Lhok Alurayeun is on SWside of Pulau Nasi.
It's a temporary anchorage by about 12,8 to 18,3 m.During W winds the anchorage is not tenable.
11 Jan 12

Ujung Naleueng (NW P Nasi)

1.8nm
286°
Ug Naleueng (Ug Batee), the SW extremity of Pulau Nasi, is the NW point of W entrance.
12 Jan 12

Aroih Raya (Cedar passage) (SE P Nasi)

2.3nm
92°
Aroih Raya (Cedar passage) lies between Pulau Nasi on the N and Pulau Bunta (Boenta) and pulau Batee on the S. It is about 1,7 NM wide.
A rock, awash, with sunken rocks N of it, lies about midway between the entrances to Cedar Passage.In Aroih Raya, the current reaches its greatest ...
12 Jan 12

Lhok Prialaut (N Weh)

17nm
24°
Lhok Prialaut is the bay lying between Ug Bau and Ug Seukundo. 6,5 NM appart, between wich points the bay extends S for about 4 NM, with Teluk Sabang on its E shore.
Lhok Prialaut is about 2 miles in length and breadth, with good anchorage near its head, in 16.5 to 21.9m.
Tides—Currents.—The ...
15 Jan 12

Lhok Pasijaning (NW P Nasi)

2.9nm
350°
On the W side of Pulau Nasi is Lhok Pasijaning.
During the Northeast Monsoon, there is good anchorage, in depths of 11 to 14.6m, fine sand. It is not available to anchor during the Southwest Monsoon.
11 Jan 12

Ujung Eumpee (SE P Nasi)

2.7nm
74°
Located at the SE extremity of Pulau Nasi.
11 Jan 12

Ujung Bada (P Bunta)

2.6nm
141°
Approx. 40 m square skeletal tower with lantern and gallery, painted white.
This light marks the beginning of the approach to Banda Aceh from the Indian Ocean.
19 Jan 12

Pulau Tangkora (NE P Nasi)

3.9nm
On the NE side of Pulau Nasi sunken rocks extend out of the 10 m curve.
Vessel without local knowledge should not go inside the line.
12 Jan 12
Local Area

Pulau Peunasoe (Nasi) (SE Breueh)

Pulau Nasi (Peunasoe or Aceh island), nearly joins the SE point of Pulau Breueh, being separated by Aroih Lam Puyang.
The coast line is rocky in places with sandy beaches chiefly on the W side.
11 Jan 12

North coast of Sumatra (Indonesia)

North Sumatra stretches across the island between the Indian ocean and the Strait of Malacca. It borders Aceh province on the northwest. The province contains a broad, low plain along the Strait of Malacca on which the provincial capital, Medan, is located. In the south and west, ...
17 Jan 12

Andaman sea

The Andaman Sea (or Burma sea in Thai)  is a body of water to the southeast of the Bay of Bengal, south of Myanmar, west of Thailand and east of the Andaman Islands; it is a part of Indian Ocean.The sea has been traditionally used for fishery and transportation of goods between ...
21 Nov 11

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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