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18 miles from Lampi Anchorage ‘A’

KAN ZAR GYI EAST BAY. 10°53.18N, 98°00.44E

This idyllic anchorage is in a natural ‘bay’ in the coral reef and is perfectly protected from just about any wind direction.

Approach the small point with the hill on it heading due west. At a distance of 200-300 metres off the point turn due north which brings you into a hollow in the reef. Anchor in 15 metres on a sand bottom.

This island offers everything with white sand beaches, great snorkelling and fishing, interesting jungle walks, caves with bats and sea swallows and even all year round water from a tiny stream.

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