33 miles from Sisters Islands
The 50-berth Senibong Cove Marina, carved out of the mouth of the Lunchoo River, is a feature of the Senibong Cove luxury waterfront residential development. Around the edge are restaurants Asahikawa Izakaya, Harvest’s Bar & Grill, and Yew’s Café. All offer a variety of local, Asian and western food. Transport to JB and Singapore is easily arranged at the Marina office.
This smallish marina can accommodate a few boats up to 26 metres and has an average depth of 2.5 metres at LAT. Approaching from Pulau Ubin, motor to waypoint 1°28.681N, 103°49.742E to see the Sembahwang Shipyard on the Singapore side.
Keep an eye out on starboard till past the floating mussel farms, then follow the lateral red and green painted drums past the floating white fishing hut. Keep an eye out for the yacht masts inside till you get your bearings. The breakwater is on port as is the small marina south side of the bridge. VHF Ch.09. Marina office +60 7382 0022. x www.senibongcove.my
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