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79 miles from Sutera Harbour

PULAU KULAMBOK. 6°59.6N, 116°43.4E

Located 27 miles northeast of Pulau Mantanani and four miles south off the Borneo peninsula, Pulau Kulambok is connected to the mainland by a sand spit. The island offers two small bays ideal for the day.

Although anchorage is available both sides of the isthmus, we recommend the northern bay in 5-7 metres avoiding the shallow scattered rock to the east-southeast.

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