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47 miles from North Button

BARREN SOUTHWEST POINT. 12° 16.272N, 93° 50.649E

This is an unlikely looking, but good and easy, anchorage if conditions are calm. Get as close to the point as possible and anchor in 10 metres on black volcanic sand. The bottom slopes away gradually to 15 metres and there is then a wall that vanishes into the depths.

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