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22 miles from Chatham island, Port Blair

HAVELOCK ISLAND. 11°58.509N, 92°57.079E

No 7 beach is seven miles of white sand backed by tropical forest. Anchor safely anywhere along this beach in 8-12 metres. Ashore there are several resorts, restaurants and access to the main village of Havelock by road. This beach is prone to swell during March and April – be aware what looks like a flat ocean can suddenly throw up a large wave while going ashore by dingy.

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