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95 miles from Mergui Town (via Iron Passage)

ANAKENA BAY. 11°33.3N, 98°12.3E

A beautiful deep bay, with a gradual sloping sandy bottom. Good anchorage can be found in 6-8 metres on sand.

The beach is approximately one mile long. At the southern end is a tidal river that is ideal for kayaking and dinghy exploration trips. There is a thriving bird population and lots of wildlife here, including pythons and huge monitor lizards. Dommel also supports larger game including buffalo and wild boar.

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