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27 miles from Port Blair

ELEPHANT BAY. 12° 1.618N 92° 56.504E

This is a favoured washing spot for retired logging elephants. Anchor in 12-15 metres away from the coral heads. This anchorage has good snorkelling but is prone to swell during January and February when the northeast monsoon is blowing strongly.

There is now a small water sports center in this bay with some annoying jetskis.

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