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31 miles from Sebang Village

BOAYAN ISLAND. 10°34.555N, 119°9.726E

Boayan Island and surrounds offer a dozen decent anchorages in either season. Our spot is in the large protected north-facing hook-shaped bay.

There is a large privately owned house ashore at the eastern end of the bay and good holding is on sand in 10 metres. The many unpopulated islands around here often have a minefield of fishing nets and pots dotted around them. Night sailing is not recommended.

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Emergency Point to Liminangcong, Northwest Palawan
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