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Pulau Yilliet

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92 miles from Sorong

PULAU YILLIET. 2°11.528S, 130°36.410E

There are a couple of moorings regularly used by dive boats on the north side of Pulau Yilliet. If these are taken drop anchor nearby in 45-55 metres on a coral and sand bottom. Some of the finest diving and snorkelling in Indonesia is found in and around the adjacent islands.

The iconic Misool Eco Resort is only four miles southwest on Pulau Batbitiem. The resort supports an extensive ‘No Take Zone’ programme and expects all visitors to report prior to diving in the surrounding areas. They monitor VHF on Ch.16 and 20 and visits can be arranged with prior appointment.

Misool Eco Resort - Photo by Ricard Buxo
Misool Eco Resort – Photo by Ricard Buxo

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