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RAFFLES MARINA

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RAFFLES MARINA

23 miles from Sisters Islands

RAFFLES MARINA. 1°20.643N, 103°38.081E

Famous ‘Raffles’, named after Sir Stanford, is a modern marina of international standard situated on the western tip of Singapore, a half mile from the Tuas 2nd Link Bridge overpass.

The marina has 170 wet berths, haul-out facilities up to 70 tons and some provision for mega-yacht berthing. There is a clubhouse, restaurant, bars and reasonable hotel facilities ashore.

Approach through the western Johor Straits, leaving Merambong Island, Tanjung Pelepas and Forest City islands to port. Look for the masts and round to starboard at the breakwater lighthouse. Contact the marina office on VHF Ch.77 to be directed to a berth. x

The marina is approximately 25 km from the city with reasonable public transport connections. www.rafflesmarina.com.sg

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Raffles Marina Singapore | Photo by Bill O’Leary
Raffles Marina Singapore | Photo by Bill O’Leary
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