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YANNEKEE BAY (SOUTHERN TIP)

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YANNEKEE BAY (SOUTHERN TIP)

12 miles from Anakena Bay

YANNEKEE BAY. 11° 27.101N, 98°12.816E

Another ideal anchorage for jungle walks, kayaking and wildlife viewing. Anchor in 5-7 metres on sand off a gently shelving beach. This is a great place for exploratory trips by dinghy.

The northern island group east of Dommel has spectacular limestone karsts similar to Phang Nga Bay in Thailand. If you look carefully you will find a lagoon hidden inside the island with access through caves that you can swim through.

Anchorage ‘C’ (opposite page), Kan Zar Gyi Boulder Beach - Photo by Paul Johnson
Anchorage ‘C’ (opposite page), Kan Zar Gyi Boulder Beach – Photo by Paul Johnson
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