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52 from Chiryatapu

WEST BAY. 10°39.370N, 92°23.397E

Tuck in on the north corner for good safe holding during the peak northeast monsoon. During March and April there is too much swell from the southwest to make this a comfortable anchorage. Long white beaches and lush rainforest ashore provide the backdrop.

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