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Notice To Boaters

1. Access to Raffles Marina Boat Lagoon

You will have noticed some works going on at the entrances to the Marina wet berths over the last few weeks. In an effort to provide you with additional privacy and enhanced security, electronic gates are being installed along with a controlled entry system, providing for authorised persons only to access the pontoons. 

A new membership card, fully loaded to provide you with exclusive access and exit to and from the pontoons, for the duration of your current berthing agreement. It can be used from today and does not require any further programming. This card is not transferrable. Please discard your current membership card carefully or return it to the Club at your earliest convenience.

If your membership includes a supplementary membership, a secondary supplementary membership replacement card is included, providing access for your supplementary member.

A limit number of "Visitors" access cards are available if you wish to register an additional crew member and provide them with access. Please apply directly to the Dockmaster's Office for these registration forms. 

We are anticipating the security gate system to go "live" on 2 July 2018, thereafter you will be required to carry your card with you at all times to gain access and allow exit, from the pontoon area. 

Should you require any further clarification, please contact our Dockmaster's Office at 6861 9000 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Alternatively, contact Membership Department at 6869 1839 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


2. MPA Notice - Port Marine Notice No. 45 of 2018

We have been informed of the works at Tuas Western Coast that concerns the Shipping, Harbour and Pleasure crafts communities, with effect from 8 May 2018 to 7 Nov 2018.

Please view the Port Marina Notice No. 045 of 2018, dated 8 May 2018.


3. MPA Notice - Enforcement of Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore’s (MPA) Port Marine Circular (PMC) No. 16 of 2016 

Following recent briefing sessions on the above mentioned subject, MPA will be enforcing PMC No. 16 of 2016 effective Saturday, 1st September 2018.

PMC No. 16 of 2016 was issued on 18th November 2016 and it was stated in Annex A that all pleasure crafts leaving port must have a registry. However the requirements were not enforced by MPA.

In view of recent incidents and for safety purposes, MPA has decided to tighten the regulations and enforce the advisory.

All yachts departing Singapore waters are required to be registered (flagged). It is not necessary for yachts to be flagged with the Singapore Registry of Ships (SRS). She can also be flagged with other foreign registry such as Langkawi, Malaysia or Cook Islands.

Please note that SZ and SZH Licenses is not a certificate of nationality and therefore yachts with such licenses are required to be flagged before leaving port.

SZ and SZH Licenses are only for port waters operations and are not recognized by foreign authorities.

Owners who are interested in registering their yacht(s) with the SRS, following are some of the requirements:

1) Yachts must be 17 years old and below
2) LOA more than 7 meters
3) Yachts must have enclosed deck
4) No wooden hull
5) Yachts cannot carry more than 12 passengers
6) SZH licensed yachts are not allowed to be registered with SRS

For more information on flagging your yacht(s) with the SRS, you may email MPA’s Singapore Registry Department at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or contact them at +65 6375 6231.

Following are relevant links for your reference:

1) PMC No. 16 of 2016
2) List of Contacts for different Registration Offices
3) Application Form for SRS

Thank you.