Land

Port Sultan & Muscat

Port Sultan Qaboos is the largest port in Muscat,which is the capital city of Oman and is an important port on the Gulf of Oman. The city lies on the Arabian Sea to the north of the country. The limits of this chart show a small geographic area that extends from the...

Rach Gia to Phu Quoc Vietnam

Phu Quoc is a Vietnamese island off the coast of Cambodia in the Gulf of Thailand. It’s 150-kilometer coastline,most of are along the palm-lined southwest coast. Phu Quoc is know for with gentle waves and transparent turquoise water, makes it Vietnam’s...

Vung Tau to Ho Chi Minh Vietnam

Ho Chi Minh City (or Saigon) is Vietnam’s largest and most chaotic city. Vung Tau is Ho Chi Minh city’s closest beach resort, and can be reached by a picturesque hydrofoil ride down the Saigon River or by a rather circuitous highway route. Dong Nai River, also...

Broken Bay

Broken Bay is an inlet of the Tasman Sea (Pacific Ocean), indenting east-central New South Wales, Australia. It receives the Hawkesbury and Pittwater rivers, and its 5km wide entrance, flanked by Hawke, or Box, Head (north) and Barranjoey Head (south), leads to an...

Bass Strait Tasmania

Bass Strait is a strait separating the island state of Tasmania from the Australian mainland. The Bass Strait faces strong currents from both the waters of the Indian and the Pacific Oceans, which result in the creation of powerful storm waves. The strong winds and...

Broome Lacepede islands

The Lacepede Islands, also simply referred as the Lacepedes, are a group of four islands lying off the Kimberley coast of Western Australia, separated by the Lacepede Channel, and located about 120 km north of Broome. The islands form a long chain that stretches 12 km...

Lake Macquarie

Lake Macquarie is Australia’s largest coastal salt water lake. Located in the Hunter Region of New South Wales, it covers an area of 110 square kilometres and is connected to the Tasman Sea by a short channel. It includes the Newcastle and Lake Macquarie local...

Phillip Island

Phillip Island, is at the entrance to Western Port on the south coast of Victoria, Australia, southeast of Melbourne. About 23 km long and 10 km at its widest, the island occupies 100 square km  and rises to 110 meters. the island is named after Governor Arthur...

Port Phillip Sound

Port Phillip is a horsehead-shaped enclosed bay on the central coast of southern Victoria, Australia. The bay’s entrance, known as “the Rip” 2.8 km wide. This chart focusses particularly on the narrow entrance to the bay between Point Lonsdale and Fort Nepean. To the...