8-11 miles from RLYC
The northeast anchorage at (M) 6°13.595N, 99°44.911 has a long, fine white sand beach and is very sheltered in the southwest season. In the northeast there’s some fetch so best to tuck in behind Pulau Singa Kechil in 6-8 metres.
Further south on the east coast at (N) 6°12.331N, 99°44.633E is a large open bay with good holding in 4-5 metres on mud. Enjoy the excellent views of this wildlife sanctuary and nature reserve island with many local sea eagles and Bamity Kytes, and monkeys in residence.
The south facing bay at (O) 6°11.118N, 99°43.839E is another great spot when conditions permit. Anchor in 6 metres and check out the snorkelling and fishing around Pulau Chupak in the south of the bay.
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