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17 miles from Jackson Creek, Little Andaman

SOUTH SENTINEL ROAR. 10° 58.090N, 92° 13.596E

From this anchorage you have the permanent roar of breakers crashing into the southern reef of South Sentinel. However the anchorage is surprisingly comfortable during the strong northerly winds that can be common during January and February. Anchor in 20 metres well clear of the surf break.

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