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17 miles from Lampi Anchorage ‘A’

KAN ZAR GYI BOULDER BEACH. 10°52.02N, 98°00.78E

Approach with care heading due west about mid-way between the southern side of Kan Zar Gyi and the small rocky islands to the south. There are many rocks and coral bombies in this area but, with very clear water, these are easy to see.

Anchor on a sand patch in 10-12 metres. This anchorage has excellent protection during the northeast monsoon.

Ashore is a perfect white sand beach dotted with huge black limestone boulders. This is a great place to watch the sunset. There are interesting exploration opportunities on the west coast of Kan Zar Gyi and the rocky islets to the south from this anchorage.

Anchorage ‘C’ Kan Zar Gyi Boulder Beach – Photo by Paul Johnson
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