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Situated on the east side of the large natural harbour of Manila Bay, and within metropolitan Manila, all the facilities of a thriving city are nearby, including the international airport.
The marina has floating berths up to maximum 30-metre vessels in depths of 7-14 metres, a travel lift, slipway and marine services together with a clubhouse where visiting yachts are welcome. VHF Ch.16. firstname.lastname@example.org
70 miles from Manila Yacht Club
Subic Bay Yacht Club is situated on the east side of Subic Bay and has 250 serviced berths up to 40 metres. It’s a duty free zone and stores can be taken on board by prior arrangement.
The international airport is close by and full services are available ashore. The US Naval Base is just to the north of the airport. email@example.com
110 miles from Manila Yacht Club
On the northern coast of the island of Mindoro lies Puerto Galera, a perfectly sheltered natural harbour.
There are two approach passages, north through the Batangas Channel and northwest through the Manila Channel, between Medio and Boquete Islands. However, the eastern entrance channel, Batangas Channel, has a low and very hard-to-see power cable stretching across it and is therefore unusable by sailing boats of any size above about 20ft.
The western, Manila Channel, is the only one to use for most cruising boats
There are a number of swinging moorings in front of the jetty and a service boat. Contact the Puerta Galera Yacht Club on VHF Ch. 68.
Most facilities are available ashore and this is one of the favourite destinations for cruising yachts. The snorkelling and diving are world class with many dive operators using Puerto Galera as their base. firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks to Sie Adam, s/y Freebird, Cairns for the correction regarding the Batangas Channel.
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