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Storage for a Kayak

Post by Galactophagist » Sat, 02 Jun 2012 4:16 pm

Hello-
I'm relocating in August and am trying to find out information about storage for my kayak at a club or other waterfront facility in Singapore.
I have a collapsable Feathercraft that I would like to store (ideally in the Kallang Basin area) by the water so I can just hop in the boat and go for a paddle when I feel like it.
Does anyone have any recommendations?

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Post by ggilchrist » Fri, 02 Nov 2012 11:35 am

Hi,

Galactophagist, did you ever figure out some storage options? I have a 14' ocean kayak coming in december, which won't fit where we live. I read a post about storage in the Pasir Ris area,

http://www.fishingkaki.com/forum/viewto ... 59b33f3540

but this is quite far as we live in the west without a car.

Has anyone used either of the listed places (Water Cross, HomeTeam Chalet) and would be willing to share costs/experience?

Or anyone know of storage at the Kallang Basin / Stadium Road area?

Many thanks!

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Re: Storage for a Kayak

Post by Barnsley » Fri, 02 Nov 2012 3:58 pm

Galactophagist wrote:Hello-
I'm relocating in August and am trying to find out information about storage for my kayak at a club or other waterfront facility in Singapore.
I have a collapsable Feathercraft that I would like to store (ideally in the Kallang Basin area) by the water so I can just hop in the boat and go for a paddle when I feel like it.
Does anyone have any recommendations?
You could try where the Dragon Boats are stored, its controlled by SDBA I think and quite a few kayaks are stored there.

Its on Stadium Link Road , which is just off Geylang Road heading into Singapore, and just off Nichol Highway coming out of Singapore.

The PUB who control the waterways around there are not too keen on night paddling and they have cut back the areas folk can paddle in q lot in the past year.
Life is short, paddle harder!!

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