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18 miles from laccam harbour

INGLIS ISLAND SOUTH. 12° 7.983N, 93° 6.529E

Anchor in 8 metres on a white sand bottom. The channel between Inglis and Henry Lawrence Island is easily navigable. This anchorage is not suitable in easterly winds of more than 20 knots. Inglis Island is ideal for a walk around but keep an eye open for snakes.

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