The island of Juist (in the north) with Memmert (in the south) and the Kachelotplate sandbank (in the west)
|Archipelago||East Frisian Islands|
|Area||1.72 km2 (0.66 sq mi)|
|Length||3 km (1.9 mi)|
|Width||1 km (0.6 mi)|
|Highest elevation||2.5 m (8.2 ft)|
The Kachelotplate is a sandbar in the North Sea. It lies near the German coast, west of the island of Juist. Since 2003, enough stays above high tide that it can be called an island. Grass and dunes are settling there.
The new island is 2.5 kilometres long and up to 1.3 kilometres wide.
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