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MIDDLE BUTTON ISLAND

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MIDDLE BUTTON ISLAND

18 miles from havelock island

MIDDLE BUTTON ISLAND. 12°16.300N, 93°01.300E

Middle Button has a striking sandy spit off the southwest of the island. Anchor in 12-15 metres on sand avoiding the coral bombies. There is great snorkelling here but, again, the coral in this area has been badly affected by bleaching.

If you go ashore here take your ships papers and approved itinerary with you; the forestry officers who live here will want to see them.

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