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LONE PALM BREAK

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LONE PALM BREAK

19 miles from Jackson Creek, little andaman

LONE PALM BREAK. 10° 59.140N, 92° 12.220E

Named after the great left hand surf break off the lone palm tree further inshore, this anchorage offers reasonable protection in stronger northeasterly winds. Anchor on sand in 18-20 metres.

Andamans variety – Photo by Paul Johnson
Andamans variety – Photo by Paul Johnson
Andamans variety – Photo by Paul Johnson
Andamans variety – Photo by Paul Johnson
Andamans variety – Photo by Paul Johnson
Andamans variety – Photo by Paul Johnson
Andamans variety – Photo by Paul Johnson
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