Main deck aft seating and dining area
Main deck aft dining area

STARLUST Motor yacht for charter

68.2m (223.7ft)|12 guests in 6 cabins
Rate from (per week)
EUR 700,000

STARLUST is a truly modern motor yacht, her contemporary and spacious interior and plentiful deck spaces were created for the ultimate in family entertainment.

STARLUST
Main deck aft seating and dining area
Main deck aft dining area
Main deck lounge
Main deck lounge
Main deck dining area
Main deck VIP cabin
Main deck VIP cabin en suite
Main deck double cabin
Main deck double cabin
Main deck double cabin
Main deck twin cabin
Main deck cabin shower room en suite
Main deck cabin shower room en suite
Hallway
Owner's deck library and entertainment room
Owner's deck private office
Owner's deck master cabin
Owner's deck master cabin
Owner's deck master bathroom en suite
Owner's deck aft with lounging area
Owner's deck aft with lounging area
Sun deck aft bar and jacuzzi
Lower deck gym
Lower deck spa
Beach club
At anchor
Underway
STARLUST
  • Private Owner's deck
  • Full beam VIP cabin
  • Jacuzzi on the sun deck
  • Beach club at sea level with a fully equipped gym
  • Spa facilities: massage room & hammam
  • 9m Compass limo tender & 7.5m Compass open tender
  • Zero speed stabilisers to reduce any rolling motion while at anchor

About STARLUST

Description

STARLUST is a truly modern motor yacht, her contemporary and spacious interior and plentiful deck spaces were created for the ultimate in family entertainment.


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The impressive main lounge is a popular hang out area, with plenty of space for relaxing, separated by a large TV screen from a spacious dining area for formal dinners. Designed to bring the outside inside, large glass doors lead on to the main deck aft, where guests can enjoy shaded al fresco dining on a large circular table which can comfortably welcome up to 12 guests. Enjoy a leisurely breakfast here before heading up to the sun deck where the jacuzzi is flanked on either side by sun pads and a sit up bar.

Enjoy a massage or beauty treatment in the dedicated spa on the lower deck, which features a relaxation area, massage room and steam room. More active guests may prefer to work out in the shaded beach club gym with its fresh air and water level view, before leaping directly into the water for a refreshing dip. Alternatively, the beach club is also the perfect launching pad for the extensive selection of action-packed watertoys.

The upper deck is dedicated to the owner and includes a full beam master suite leading onto a private terrace aft. A separate office and dressing room, lounge area and library with a sheltered seating area forward, provide a welcome retreat while on board. Invite guests to enjoy sundowners on the aft area while the talented chef prepares an exquisite dinner to be enjoyed either al fresco on the main deck aft or in the formal dining area. Wherever you choose to eat, drink and relax, rest assured that you will always be comfortable in STARLUST’s exclusive and luxurious surroundings.

Specification & rates
Summer cruising South East Asia EUR 700,000/EUR 750,000 per week (low/high)
Winter cruising South East Asia & Indian Ocean EUR 700,000/EUR 750,000 per week (low/high)
Built 2020, Abeking & Rasmussen, Germany
Length 68.2m (223.7ft)
Guests 12
No. of guest cabins 6
Crew 17
Beam 11.6m (38ft)
Draft 3.5m (11.5ft)
Gross tonnage 1,541
Maximum speed 16 knots
Cruising speed 12 knots
Fuel consumption at cruising speed 550 litres per hour
Cabin types 6 (5 × double, 1 × twin)
Engines 2 × 2,000hp MTU
Notes
Registered under the Yacht Engaged in Trade scheme (YET). All Mediterranean charters must start in either the South of France, Monaco or Corsica. For all charters, the principal charterer must be a non-EU resident.
Tenders & toys

Tenders & toys

  • 1 × Limousine tender
  • 1 × Tender
  • 1 × Deck jacuzzi
  • Trampoline
  • RYA training centre for jetskis & waverunners
  • 2 × Waverunners
  • 2 × SeaBobs
  • 2 × eFoils
  • 2 × Kayaks
  • 2 × Stand up paddleboards
  • Wakeboard
  • Kneeboard
  • Waterskis
  • Inflatable tows
  • Scuba diving equipment
Fitness & wellness

Fitness equipment

  • Free weights
  • Pedal bike
  • Personal trainer
  • Rowing machine
  • Suspension trainer
  • Treadmill
  • Upright stationary bike
  • Yoga mats

Wellness

  • Hammam/Steam room
  • Massage room
  • On board masseuse
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Phi Phi Islands
Anchor in the morning along the majestic cliffs of Tong Sai Bay. Hiking fans will head to Koh Phi Phi Don’s lookout for breathtaking views. Nearby Phi Phi Leh was the setting of The Beach, but visit early morning or late afternoon to avoid daytrippers. Sample Phi Phi Don’s vibrant nightlife in the evening.
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Langkawi
Stroll ashore or explore the mangroves along Kilim River at Langkawi Mangrove Forest, where guided trekking can also be arranged. Other activities to consider include a scenic tour by cable car, visiting local fish farms or an ATV tour for the adventurous ones of the group.
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Alyui Bay, Waigeo Island
A large, well-sheltered bay to the northwest of the island with mangrove forests, secluded channels and limestone cliffs. There’s some fantastic snorkelling and diving too, which a huge diversity of corals and marine life.
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Amanwana Spa, Moyo
Treatments for singles or couples include a purifying massage with juniper berry, rose geranium, raw honey and pearl. Or choose the Javanese Lulur treatment which begins with a one-hour massage followed by a white rice and turmeric herbal body scrub, then honey yoghurt before a herbal bath with lime, lemongrass, cinnamon, ginger.
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Four Kings, Raja Ampat
To the northeast of Misool Island, this dive site is popular with marine photographers due to its fantastic light and visibility. Four rocks, the ‘Kings’, rise to between 5-30m. Trevally patrol schools of glassfish and barracuda rise from the depths to hunt.
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Gili Lawalaut, Komodo
An island famous for its iconic hill-top views of Komodo, Gili Lawalaut features long beaches and shallow reefs for exploring by kayak. Three of the region’s best dive sites promise schools of big fish, reef sharks and tuna.
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Four Degrees
Barefoot, beachfront dining on seafood straight from the grill at this beach club-style restaurant in the Hilton Resort.
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Grann Kaz
Just outside the Hilton Resort you can explore authentic Creole cuisine in the converted home of the Dauban family, who owned this island in the 1800s. Every dish is homegrown, homemade, or locally sourced.
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Teppanyai
Another Hilton Resport establishment, this lakeside Japanese restaurant let's you watch as the chefs juggle, sear, and flip fresh seafood caught by local fishermen on a specialty teppanyaki grill.
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Four Seasons Resort
On the shores of Petit Anse, this resort has a number of restaurants and culinary experiences to offer, from Creole food you can grill yourself on the beach to Japanese, Asian and modern Mediterranean.
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Raffles
Restaurants at this Baie Sainte Anne resort are set in landscaped gardens with water features. Cuisines on offer include Indian, Chinese, South East Asian, Japanese and Mediterranean using the best locally sourced and international produce.
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Morne Blanc Trail
Hike the Morne Blanc Trail as it winds through a former tea plantation and up into the misty forests to the top of Morne Blanc. Your reward? You get panoramic views across the western coast.
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Spa at Constance Ephelia
Enjoy a rejuvenating range of massages, facials and body treatments using aromatic natural products inspired by Indian Ocean botanicals, and a sauna, hammam, reflective, thermal and still pools, jacuzzi, Kneipp footbath and a yoga pavilion.
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Silhouette Island
Northwest of Mahé , this one-town, forested island criss-crossed with nature trails where you can see the native flora, fauna, and animals up close and personal. There are some beautiful deserted beaches too, accessible only by boat.
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Poivre Island
This remote, uninhabited island in the Amirante Group has huge saltflats for bonefishing fans, perfect for watertoys too, and there's a thriving bird and turtle population. Got a submersible on board? Head for the Amirantes Trench, a drop-off from 60-12,000m (200ft to 7 miles) that is home to all kinds of marine life.
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D'Arros
This remote Amirante Group island is a Save our Seas nature reserve studying vulnerable species like manta rays and green turtles and you can dive to meet them in their natural habitat. The island is also surrounded by sand so ideal for beach BBQs.
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African Banks
Furthest north in the Amirantes Group, these two uninhabited islets are mostly bare of vegetation, rising only 3m (10ft) above sea level. Visit the derelict lighthouse on the northern island and see the turtle and seabird breeding grounds.
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Vallée de Mai
Take the tender into the Grand Anse Beach jetty. Walk the trails to explore the Vallée de Mai, a UNESCO World Heritage Site known for its naturally preserved palm forest with the largest population of native coco-de-mer, or 'coconut-of-the-sea'.
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Curieuse Island
To the north of Baie Sainte Anne, this island is best known for its colony of giant tortoises. Beyond the mangroves there is some fine diving with coral gardens off the east coast.
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L'Union Estate Park
Step ashore to explore the plantation house, one of the oldest examples of French colonial architecture in the Seychelles. The coconut and vanilla plantations will transport you back in time.
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Anse a la Mouche
Calm and shallow , it's the perfect place for a day at anchor. Sit on the swim platform and do some fishing in the quiet morning hours before snorkelling to explore the bottom.
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Desroches Island
This remote atoll in the Amirante Group abounds with unique fauna and flora in a jungle that can be explored by bicycle. Try game fishing for wahoo, kingfish, tuna and sailfish or dive to explore underwater caves, swim-throughs and underwater labyrinths.
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Grande Sœur
Anchor between Grande and Petit Soeur islands for a day of leisure. Enjoy lunch ashore at a beach BBQ and do some jetskiing, wakeboarding, and even surfing if the swell is right on the west side of the island. Snorkelling off the beach is excellent, with crystal-clear waters and turtle nesting area nearby.
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Fregate
This island's protective reef is rich with schools of fish. Take to the trails on foot or mountain bike and get acquainted with tropical birds and giant tortoises. Enjoy walking on the canopied pathways amidst cashew thickets, bamboo glades, citrus and avocado plantations.
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Cousine Island
Anchor off this private island resort and nature preserve west of Praslin with a broad arc of white sand wrapping itself round the island's northern tip. Let the crew work their magic with the beach set-up and settle in for a day of relaxed fun.
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Anse la Passe
A beautiful beach where you can while away the day paddling the shallow waters snorkelling, paddleboarding and bodyboarding.
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St Joseph’s Atoll
In the Amirantes Group, St Joseph’s Atoll's abundant, colourful reef fish, shark pups, bonefish, rays, turtles, and dolphins make it perfect for snorkelling and scuba diving. You can dive your own oysters too.
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St François and Bijoutier
These uninhabited islands in the Alphonse Group are almost untouched by civilisation. The sand-ringed, V-shaped St François is covered in coconut palms, and Bijoutier is a picture-perfect desert island. Both have amazing diving with hammerhead sharks, dogtooth tuna and potato cod in the blue and vibrant corals with fish, turtles and shrimp inshore.
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SEA
Gourmet meals under the ocean’s waves in an underwater restaurant. Explore the world’s first underwater wine cellar before you reach a dining room surrounded by the sea. Watch sharks, turtles, and tropical fish swim by as you dine.
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Subsix
Dine in an underwater restaurant inspired by the Maldivian coral reefs. Reach Subsix by speedboat and descend a dramatic three-tier staircase. Chandeliers illuminate the descent like shining coral. In the depths, find the swooping curves of the clam-inspired bar, tucked into the soft anemone chairs beneath the soft waves of capiz shells draped from the ceiling.
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Four Seasons Landaa Giraavaru
Nine restaurants and bars to choose from, offering casual to formal dining, seafood to Arabian fare.
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Botanica
Set in a hidden garden lit by flickering candlelight, Botanica by Brent Savage serves natural ‘garden-to-table’ cuisine.
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Reethi
Reethi Restaurant has a spectacular setting, rich colours, and the ever-changing scenery of the sky and ocean all around. The restaurant offers three dining experiences: Earth - serving exquisitely executed French cuisine; Fire - pan-Asian dishes incorporating colourful influences from Indian, Maldivian, Sri Lankan and Thai cuisines; and Aqua - a true taste of Italy using the finest, fresh ingredients.
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Tapasake
Tapasake serves Japanese cuisine with a contemporary twist, expertly prepared sushi and sashimi and inventive small plate dishes. The restaurant is a gloriously stylish showcase of glass, stone and stainless steel, perched over-water on the western tip of the island.
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Ithaa Undersea Restaurant
Dine five meters below the surface of the ocean, in the world’s first undersea restaurant, with panoramic coral garden views and fusion menus matched with fine wines. Ithaa can be reserved for private dining, weddings and special occasions.
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Baros
Found on its own private island in the southern part of the North Male Atoll, Baros features multiple restaurants with an emphasis on seafood, a beautiful infinity pool, and a white sand beach that stretches all around the island.
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Terra at Waldorf Astoria
Gaze across the ocean as you dine among the treetops in one of seven bamboo nests. The unparalleled dining experience at Terra features the world's finest ingredients, such as Miyazake Wagyu Beef and Alba White Truffle, complemented by an extensive collection of premium wines and the resort's signature Krug Champagne handpicked by the first Maldives' Krug Ambassador.
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5.8 Undersea Restaurant
The world’s largest all-glass undersea restaurant. Try the multi-course tasting menu for a fully immersive gourmet experience.
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Crab Shack at Finolhu Resort
A 20-minute stroll or 5-minute boat ride, the Crab Shack is at the end of a sandbank. With wooden planks and palm thatch, this is a relaxed and delicious dining choice.
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Baa Atoll
An UNESCO World Biosphere Reserve resplendent with marine life, Baa Atoll is the place to snorkel with the manta rays and whale sharks. The atoll’s glittering jewel is undoubtedly the famous Hanifaru Bay where the world’s largest gathering of manta rays can be witnessed.
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Hanifaru Bay
Manta, Whale shark and sharks natural reserve, snorkelling allowed. No diving or anchoring allowed without permission in advance. (Approx. 1 week before visit)
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Coco Bodu Hithi Spa
A menu of deeply restorative treatments inspired by ancient Indonesian, Thai and Indian techniques and boosted by products inspired by the healing properties of tea.
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Six Senses Spa at Soneva Fushi
Six Senses spa at Boutique hotel Soneva Fushi. Treatments are high-touch, high-tech and hand-crafted to give you an amazing wellness experience.
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AWAY@ Spa at W Maldives
Have a massage, wrap, or facial under the Dhow-inspired sunshade. Stretch to the horizon with private yoga sessions in the pavilion on the wraparound sundeck with outdoor rainforest shower and expansive day bed for sun-soaking.
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Fishing
Big game fishing in the early hours of the morning; this is a sport not to be missed near Fulidhoo Island at Vaavu Atoll.
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Velaa Golf Academy
For any golfers in the group, we recommend a lesson at Velaa Golf Academy. This unique course was designed for developing your game with just nine tees, six greens, and seven bunkers to shoot around at.
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Meemu Atoll
Take a snorkeling tour of the western reef of the Meemu Atoll. Once you’ve had your warm-up snorkel, it’s time for the real action; a dive at Mulaku Channel. The sea-life here is always prolific, with big coral blocks and brightly colored soft corals. You can see just about every species of fish found in the Maldives in this channel.
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Gemendhoo Private Island
Ideal for private snorkelling & water sports.
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Male Atoll
NORTH MALE ATOLL HP Reef “There are nearby dive sites for novices, but HP itself is for experienced advanced divers only.”
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Ari Atoll
NORTH ARI ATOLL Maalhos Thila “An exciting dive for advanced divers only.” Maaya Thila “Fine for both novices and experienced divers.” Fish Head aka Mushimas Mingili Thila “For novices or intermediate divers.”
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Rasdhoo Atoll
Rasdhoo Madivaru “Known as the hammerhead dive - for intermediate or advanced divers. Beginners can dive too, but with less chance of seeing the sharks as they are usually in deeper water.”
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Felidhu Atoll
Fotteyo Kandu “Off the beaten track, for advanced divers only.”
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Faafu Atoll
Exciting, unspoiled dive locations with profuse marine species and beautiful coral formations. There are also two wrecks of traditional dhoni (small sailing vessels) to explore for the more advanced divers. For beginners, there are easy, shallow dives with little current in the inner atoll.
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Hiking
The islands of Gan, Maandhoo, Kadhoo, and Fonadhoo are linked by a causeway 11 miles (18km) long, making up the longest stretch of dry land in the Maldives. Gan has some unique features such as a freshwater lake (Red Lake, named for its red color from the tree leaves falling into it) as well as mounds known as Hawitta from a pre-historic Buddhist time over 600 years ago.
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Dhaalu Atoll
Dhaalu Atoll is famous for its skilled craftsmen, evident in the beautiful mosques with ancient stone carvings. Thor Heyerdahl, a Norwegian adventurer, commented that its mosques had some of the finest masonry he had ever seen.
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Alifushi
Alifushi is a local village famous for the art of traditional boat building on the northern part of the atoll. It is a center for imparting the traditional skills of building fishing boats, or ‘dhonis’. The boatyard at Alifushi produces dozens of dhonis every year.
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COMO Maalifushi
COMO Maalifushi on the Thaa Atoll invites you to meet with the resident Marine Biologist to see how new coral frames are planted on the seafloor to encourage reef growth.
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Dhiggiri Island
As you cross southward into the southern part of the Ari Atoll, stop off at the deserted Dhiggiri Island. It’s a picture-postcard stretch of perfect, powder sand, a few palm trees and turquoise seas all around.
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Maniyafushi
One of the many deserted islands in the South Male Atoll, Maniyafushi is known for its pristine beauty. Again, you’ll find white sands, blue waters and very little else to disturb you!
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Maayafushi
A well known, half-moon shaped island with its resort offering stunning stretches of sandy beach, palm trees and a wide lagoon with fascinating submarine realms - ideal for swimming and snorkelling.
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Rasdhoo Atoll
A tiny group of 5 islands (inhabited by some 850 souls) just off the North Ari Atoll and serving as its administrative capital. Here, you’ll find a quaint village, a deep-sea medical centre, and unique shops.
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Felidhe
On South Malé Atoll for a relaxing afternoon on the white sandy beach and crystal clear waters of an azure lagoon. Stop inside the northern side, the perfect spot for water sports or a relaxing swim, while enjoying the magnificent view.
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Gaafu Dhaalu Atoll
This is one of the largest atolls in the world. At low tide, you can walk across over 80 islands encircling the 22 mile (35km) long lagoon. Walking along the islands gives you the chance to take a glimpse at the local way of life as well.
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Olhahali Picnic Island
Known as the best BBQ Island in the area and an idyllic setting for snorkelling and sunbathing. One of the best options for privacy.
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Nibiligaa Sandbank
This tiny tear-drop shape of sand with a few trees and vegetation is a pretty spot to stop for a picnic ashore and snorkelling.
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