Aibat

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Aibat (Somali: Ceebaad) is the second-largest of the six islands of the Zeila Archipelago. It has a lighthouse.[1] It is a low and sandy island, with bushes, that is around 1.75 miles in length and around 0.55 miles in breadth. It is mostly surrounded by a reef.[2]

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  1. ^ National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (2007). Sailing Directions - Enroute. ProStar Publications. p. 176. ISBN 9781577857600. 
  2. ^ Great Britain. Hydrographic Department (1892). The Red Sea and Gulf of Aden Pilot: Containing Descriptions of the Suez Canal, the Gulfs of Suez and Akaba, the Red Sea and Straight [sic] of Bab-el-Mandeb, the Gulf of Aden with Sokotra and Adjacent Islands, and Part of the Eastern Coast of Arabia. Hydrographic Office, Admiralty. p. 405. 

Coordinates: 11°30′07″N 43°27′25″E / 11.502°N 43.457°E / 11.502; 43.457