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4 miles from Sutera Harbour

PULAU GAYA (SOUTH WEST). 6°00.65N, 116°00.57E

Approach the small bay from the southeast on a heading of 334°, taking care to avoid the fringing reef on both sides, from the easterly point of Pulau Sinjataan and Southern Pulau Gaya. The channel shallows up to 9 metres from 22 and then drops down again into a basin of 16 metres.

Alternative anchorage is in the small bay about 800 metres to the east in 12 metres. This is a great spot for snorkelling.

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