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Sailing in Singapore

Posted: Thu, 18 May 2017 7:49 pm
by matt_berger
I recently completed my RYA Coastal Skipper certification in Europe and would like to practise my skills in Singapore before heading back in August for the Yachtmaster certification. I visited Keppel Marina and One 15 Marina but failed to find anyone who is looking for crew, and the Marina's don't seem to have any forums for boat owners to look for crew etc.{sanitized by moderator} Point being, there are so many beautiful boats in these marinas, but go there on a weekend and they seem rarely used. I would even be ok to pay some $$$ to a owner for a joint sailing trip. If anyone has any ideas how to get on a boat, please share or post opportunities on the site mentioned. I also was thinking of buying a cheap boat and sail it into one of the marinas, but hey, no space anywhere. They are all completely full. Thanks for any comments!

Re: Sailing in Singapore

Posted: Fri, 19 May 2017 9:10 am
Try The Changi Sailing Club and Raffles Marina.

Re: Sailing in Singapore

Posted: Mon, 20 Jul 2020 5:15 pm
by acryshinnix

Just wanted to know if you have some tips/advice on this topic!
I'm new to sailing, but currently looking at taking both a sailing and boating license.
I'm hoping to learn more about the sport and how I can get involved in sailing after getting my license.

Any advice will be greatly appreciated! Including any thoughts about the various sailing clubs in Singapore.

Re: Sailing in Singapore

Posted: Mon, 20 Jul 2020 7:07 pm
Advice hasnt changed.