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47 miles from North Button

BARREN SOUTH BAY. 12°16.0N, 93°50.9E

A shallow shelf sticks out from the small, black volcanic beach ashore. In shallower water there are coral bombies. Anchor on the outer edge of this shelf in 20 metres on volcanic sand. If the volcano is active you will have a steady stream of volcanic grit landing on you. This anchorage also suffers from groundswell in strong northeasterlies.

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