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3.5 miles from Sutera Harbour

PULAU SULUG. 5°57.558N, 115°59.829E

This picturesque deep-water anchorage in 20 metres is suitable for snorkelling and lazing on the sandy spit on the eastern side of the island. The spit rises sharply from 20 metres, so approach with care when anchoring.

Shallower water can be found a short distance northwest. Southeast of the anchorage is a fringing reef suitable for snorkelling and diving. Pulau Sulug is quiet since it is not on the itinerary for day boats working out of KK.

A mile east is the 15-acre island, Pulau Mamutik, with a small resort and jetty on its eastern point. Anchor off the arching sandbank just northeast of the Sutera Sanctuary Lodge’s jetty as it shallows up in 5 metres at 5°57.994N, 116°0.903E. Plenty of great snorkelling all around this island.

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