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22 miles from Balabac Island, Anchorage ‘A’

DALIHICAN ISLAND. 8°18.550N, 117°11.295E

The water is deep close to shore by the village but it is possible anchor in sand to the northeast by the small fishing hut which is on the edge of the reef. The reef dries so this is sheltered in most conditions.

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Cabugan Islands to Marasai Bay, Southwest Palawan
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