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Anjadip Island (W India)

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Anjadip Island (W India)

Characteristics

Description

Anjadip Island (Angediva Island), in the S approach to Karwar, lies about 3 miles S of Karwar Head.
A flagstaff lies at an elevation of 72m near the NW end of the island, with a church close ENE of it.

A shoal patch, with a least depth of 3.2m and marked close E by a buoy, lies about 0.2 mile SE of the SE extremity of the island.

Round Island, 19m high and fringed by reef, lies about 0.7 mile ENE of the same extremity.
The island forms a good breakwater and vessels have ridden out the Southwest Monsoon here. A strong current sets SE during this season.

Caution

A circular spoil ground, with a radius of 1 mile, lies about 1.8 miles SW of the SW extremity of Anjadip Island.
A submarine pipeline is laid from a position ashore between Binaga Point and Baitkal Point, in a SW direction for about 0.5 mile, then for 1.5 miles in a WSW direction.

Vessels are advised to avoid anchoring in the vicinity.

5/03/2012
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