22 miles from Sisters Islands
This quiet anchorage lies on the northeast corner of Singapore Island, half a mile west of Changi Village Creek CIQ where the famous Bumboats run to Pengileh in Malaysia. Approach from the southeast toward the Johor Strait and leave the clearly visible Changi Ferry Terminal and the navy jetty to port.
Changi Yacht Club has a jetty with a small number of docks in front of a modern clubhouse. Dozens of members’ vessels are lined on moorings offshore. Proceed past the club into Loyang Bay to anchor in 5-8 metres on a muddy bottom.
Take your tender back to Changi Sailing Club to arrange a longer-term mooring or contact them on VHF Ch.77. The club has 160 moorings, a small slipway for vessels up to six tons and offers temporary membership to visitors.
Restaurants, showers, swimming pool and chalets can be found at the clubhouse and the famous Changi Village is nearby. Good road connections to the city and very close to Changi international airport.
If port authorities permit, yachts may remain at anchor at Loyang, or across the channel in the lee of Pulau Ubin, and still use the club facilities by tender. Best contact them prior to arrival if you’d prefer a chargeable visitor mooring. x www.csc.org.sg
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