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28 miles from Sebang Village

PORT BARTON. 10°24.975N, 119°10.370E

The cruising north and east of Jimboom Bay offers dozens of opportunities for anchorage and exploration.

Approaching Port Barton beware of fish farms at the mouth of the bay. A course of 138°arriving and 318°departing avoids the reefs. Anchor off the village in 3-4 metres on sand, about 150 metres off the beach. Going ashore by dinghy, head for the massive propeller hanging outside the Jambalaya Café.

There is a laundry and Caltex station close by and a water hose on the beach next to the café. Essential provisions are in the village and the Jambalaya Café has great Cajun themed food and the coldest beer in town. The Summer House resort offers free WiFi.

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