175 miles from Singapore
This marina has 120 berths in the calm waterway behind Pulau Indah. It was one of many marinas built by the government to promote recreational yachting. Long abandoned since inception, it has recently become home to the Peninsular Sailing Club Selangor.
Built and managed by the Marine Department, security guards allow visiting yachts to berth inside free of charge for a few days, but will jot down all your details.
The marina can only be accessed from the south due to the two bridges connecting Pulau Indah to the mainland on the north. Approaching best divert northeast at the first port and starboard markers into the river tucked behind Pulau Indah.
This is remote but practical for emergency pit stops up the Straits or to grab supplies from Kuala Lumpur without enduring the slog up into Port Klang. Good safe holding in 6 metres on mud can be found in the calm anywhere in the channel south of the marina.
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