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This small marina with 40 berths is situated in front of the Yacht Club House three miles up the river. There are a limited number of moorings to the northeast. The club is just east of the main town and convenient for shopping and port clearances. Fuel is no longer available in any quantity but can be brought in from outside in jerry cans.

For larger quantities of diesel, proceed three miles further up the river and turn right before the bridge. A 30-metre fuel tug is usually tied up on portside at 4° 15.987N, 100° 39.823E. To come alongside the bunker you’ll need plenty of fenders and payment is in cash only. This river is of strategic security significance to Malaysia and houses several of their naval shipyards. The ramp and sheds at the end of this northeastern tributary is also capable of hauling superyachts. +60 56837800.

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