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240 miles from Batavia Marina

PULAU BELITUNG NORTH. 2°33.072S, 107°41.273E

This quaint little anchorage is known as Marina Beach. Approach from the north heading to the centre of the bay itself. There are shallower draft anchorages off to starboard from the bay centre, but our recommended anchorage is to port being cautious of an inshore coral shoal. Anchor in 15-20 metres on a sand bottom. Beach access is to the southwest near the local jetty.

Tanjung Tinggi Beach, Pulau Belitung
Tanjung Tinggi Beach, Pulau Belitung | Photo by HeyFromINDO –

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