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13 miles from Sam’s

ULONG NORTH. 7°16.500N, 134°18.051E

Rattakadokoru or Ulong Island is an excellent central lagoon stopover anchorage. Shelter can be found in most conditions at various spots around this crescent-shaped island.

A smaller yacht can get tucked in very close to the landmass for excellent shelter. Larger vessels should drop anchor in the north bay in 15- 20 metres. Anchoring here gives close access to the Ulong Channel, one of the top-rated dive sites in all Palau.

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