Tsoilaunung Island

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Tsoilaunung Island is an island of Papua New Guinea, located to the east of New Hanover Island, to the north of New Ireland. The island is also known as Tsoi. [1] Senta Pass separates it from Patio Island to its south. [2]

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  1. Fisheries Newsletter. South Pacific Commission. 2007. p. 6. Retrieved 31 December 2012.
  2. Sailing Directions (enroute) for the Pacific Islands. Defense Mapping Agency, Hydrographic/Topographic Center. 2002. p. 234. Retrieved 31 December 2012.

Coordinates: 2°33′S150°32′E / 2.550°S 150.533°E / -2.550; 150.533