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105 miles from Sorong

PULAU (JEFF) PELEE. 2°11.701S, 130°14.302E
Pulau Pele, Raja Ampat

The deep bay on the west side of Pulau Pelee is over a mile long. Anchor in the head of the bay in 38 metres. The access from the west is clear apart from the reef patch at the entrance to the north.

The northwest tip of the island is a fabulous diving and snorkelling site, with a ridge that protrudes from the dramatic cliff overhanging the surface. It’s possible to kayak inside the lagoon as well.

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