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Moving south from Telaga Harbour there are huge cement breakwaters, built to protect the resort beaches, in an arc across the bay, well offshore. Passing inside these breakwaters is not recommended.

The island of Rebak that forms the southern end of this bay has a marina with its entrance on the south side. The creek entrance at the south end of the island has been dredged to 2 metres at low tide. The lagoon-shaped marina presently caters for 190 boats up to 35 metres in fully serviced wet berths.

There is room for a further 70 boats on the hardstand. Limited services are available but there is a 60-ton travel-lift. Contact VHF Channel 69. Outboard fuel is not available on the island and restaurant hours are sporadic.

There is also a small resort development with 40 rooms, pool, tennis courts, bars and all hotel facilities available for the use of yachting visitors. A speedboat ferry service operates hourly to and from the Lanka Suka Boat Club, giving access to the main island and the airport.

Langkawi’s Tanjong Rhu (Anchorage ‘D’) - Photo by Di Ma Fadeev/
Langkawi’s Tanjong Rhu (Anchorage ‘D’) – Photo by Di Ma Fadeev/
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