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Refueling, Water & Provision @ Anambas Island, Indonesia

Sebana Cove Marina, the nearest marina to Singapore located just 45 minutes from Sentosa is currently under going major renovation to its facilities. Long been a favourite weekend getaway for boaters from Singapore in recent years, this marina have fallen back as facilities started to get dated and boaters heading instead to Nongsa Point Marina at Batam for their weekend fix.

New renovated chalets, roads and other upgrades to the marina will hopefully bring back more boaters as the Sg Ringgit lobster seafood just 10 minutes away is still alluring for anyone making this fun weekend getaway. Check out our Facebook pages for our most recent (2016) boating rendezvous to this marina.
Berthing space continues to be very tight at both SAFYC Sembawang & Changi club facilities. Currently, all the dry berthing are full with a long list of waiting boaters trying to get in. While on-water berthing can still be found, these are fast filling up fast. The on-water berthing situation is just the same over at Marina Keppel Bay as well as One 15 Marina. Waitlist.............
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Anambas Island is approximately 180 nautical miles NE from Singapore and there are hundreds of islands to explore with top-notch beautiful bays and fantastic underwater visibility for divers and good fishing for enthusiast. The only stumbling issue over the years have been refuelling services due to lack of proper facilities and a servicing marina. 

A recent week-long exploration trip from SGBoating staff led to several tie-ups with local agent for dockside assistance to SGBoating customers for taking fuel, water, provision such as crush ice, food and even transportation arrangement. Plans are underway to put together boating rendezvous to this amazing island chain soon. Watch this space! 

Watch our recent boating rendezvous to this island group here >>>

RSYC Forklift Flexes Its Muscle - Lifting a Fairline Targa 38

The "Bull" as it's being called at the new Republic of Singapore Yacht Club boat house recently flexes its muscle and lifted up the Fairline Targa 38. 

This "Bull" Wiggins forklift is by far the largest and heaviest lifting system here in Singapore and it is rated with more than 10-ton of lifting capacity, offering larger boat owners an alternative to on-water berthing.

For more information, please contact RSYC for their berthing facilities and rates   

Puteri Marina Immigration & Trader's Hotel - Open!

Boaters will be delighted to learn the new immigration and checkpoint is now ready and located just next to the Puteri Harbour new  ferry terminal. Boaters simply hop onto the marina buggy to the ferry terminal for passport and port clearance chores which is less than 150 meters away. 

The new Trader's Hotel is also operating at press time. Located just steps away from the marina vicinity, boaters can opt to spend a great weekend at the new hotel and with the Johor Premium Outlet, Legoland Theme Park & AEON shopping mall nearby, a weekend escape for boaters is now more accessible than ever!

Berthing, Immigration & Dockside Services @ Malacca 
For boaters heading up towards the West Coast of Peninsula Malaysia and perhaps journey onto Phuket, Thailand, a shorter stop-over is now possible the marina located within the Historical City of Malacca which is about 105 nautical mile from Raffles Marina. This is about 40 nautical miles before boaters reaches Port Dickson Marina at Seremban, the traditional stop-over for most boaters entering Malaysia for immigration and port clearance. Local shipping & farwarding agent are at hand to assist boaters with paperwork formalities and shore supplies.

Mr Tan Chee Keong - Tel: (6012) 611 1877
534-A Taman Melaka Raya, 75000 Melaka.

Pulau Sibu and Pulau Tinggi as view from Tg Leman Ferry Terminal
SGBoating Secured Refueling Needs for Boaters Heading to Pulau Sibu & Pulau Tinggi 
Up to very recently, Sibu Island Resort was a great long weekend getaway regularly put together by SGBoating. But due to the high cost and irregular refueling supplies, many boaters have bypass the island of Pulau Sibu and also Pulau Tinggi altogether and head towards Pulau Tioman where refueling services are assured. Missing out the many beautiful islands and nice beaches dotted throughout the area

Unyielding search by SGBoating and recent negotiations with a new diesel & gasoline fuel supplier have resulted with positive news as we can now pre-arranged refueling at the Tg Leman Ferry Terminal, a mere 15-20 mins from Pulau Sibu (or 5.9 nautical miles to be exact) between Pulau Sibu and Tg Leman Ferry Terminal for refueling

The enclosed break-water at Tg Leman provides safe overnight mooring for boaters and on-land replenishment for water and groceries is now possible. SGBoating will put together a boating rendezvous back to Pulau Sibu exclusively for all  SGBoating customers to explore the area soon.
Sebana Cove Marina benefits from IJM Corporation Acquisition
Sebana Cove Marina, just a short hop across from Singapore is beginning to benefit from the recent acquisition by IJM Corporation, Malaysia. The current owner has ambitious plans to transform the marina & golf resort in tapping the growth occurring in the Pengerang area nearby and the proposed third bridge linking between Singapore and Johor. Upgrading works within the 1000+ acres area was ongoing when we last visited the marina in Feb of 2016. With road expansion, resort room upgrades at various stages of progress. 

A favorite amongst boaters from Singapore, the marina was an easy weekend getaway for many and the location upstream in the Johore mangrove river always provided an captivating cruise to boaters. Over the few years, the marine and resort was somewhat dilapidated but new owner; IJM Corporation (a public listed company in Malaysia) is expected to transform and reinvigorate Sebana Cove Marina. We'll continue to bring you update progress developments to this marina in the coming months.

Beautiful Corals Awaits Boaters at the Entrance into Pulau Bawah Islands 
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