Modern Marina at RSYC

The RSYC's marina presently has 118 wet berths, including 18 berths for Super Yachts, and 196 dry berths.
Equipped with the full array of marina facilities available for members and visiting yachtsmen, the berths comprise shore power and fresh water with fueling facilities at competitive rates. Crew of visiting yachts are also given access to most of the Club facilities.

Unrivalled Service Standards & Security

The location of the new club, close to both the Central Business District and the Southern Islands boating grounds, is unrivalled, as are our service standards and security. For visitors, it is conveniently located near the city, immigration clearence (at Western Quarantine & Immigration Anchorage off Sisters Island) as well as Singapore's tourist spots.

The RSYC Marina has been designed and developed for boaters who want a user-friendly pontoon system, security, fuelling facilities, shore power, an exclusive watering point, and buggy transport to and from your boat. The Marina is staffed with trained personnel and night security staff to provide after-hours assistance with berthing.


Marina – Basic Rules & Regulations

  • NO WAKE ZONE – Please keep to No Wake Zone when you are steering inside the Marine.
  • Fishing of any type is strictly not permitted
  • Any nets or traps will be removed
  • No swimming, No diving, No littering.
  • Buggies are to be driven by Marine department staff only.
  • Do not board any yacht in the Marina without the permission of the captain.
  • Please keep the pontoons and fingers clear of lines, hoses, tenders, bicycles and any other obstruction.
  • No riding on pontoons including but no limited to bicycle, electric scooter, skateboard and unicycle are not permitted at all time for safety reason.
  • PMDs can only be ridden on the driveways on shore at very low speed of 10km/h.
  • Riders have to dismount and push/walk their device when they are on the ramps, pontoons and fingers.
  • Please store the PMDs device on your boat and not on pontoon/finger.
  • Dinghies and tenders must be stored at the dry storage area and not on the pontoons

Procedures for launching & recovery

All launching and recovery via boat movement apps (Boatcloud) only. No phone call or walk in will be entertained unless it’s emergency

  • Await confirmation of your lay-by berth before proceeding to the berth.
  • Prepare fenders and berthing lines.
  • Once alongside your berth, ensure that fenders and lines are in good order.
  • Check lines for chafe and install chafe-guards where required.
  • Tilt down your engine if recovery is required.
  • For safety reasons no one is permitted on board during recovery or launching.

Fueling Facilities

We are equipped with no less than 3 fueling dispensers. Procedures for fueling are clearly stated on the safety panel at the fueling station. Before taking on fuel, double check to ensure that the attendant has clearly understood your instruction.

  • Strictly no pick up and drop-off is allowed at the fuel dock.

Night Marine Security

In addition to our standard night security, the Security department will provide assistance for late-night arrivals. They will patrol the Marina and dry storage and provide storm control.

Call the Marina on Channel 77 or Tel: 6768-9233 for any assistance required.

Diesel or Petrol

Fuel dock operation hours
Monday to Thursday:
8:30am to 5:30pm
Friday, Saturday, Sunday and public holiday:
8:30am to 6:30pm

  • It is also recommended that you label all your jerry cans and portable fuel tanks with your boat registration number and your membership number.

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8.30AM - 6PM (DAILY)

For Buggy Service
Please approach front desk for assistance at +65 6768 9288 or contact Marina Office at +65 67689233/290/305

After Office Hour, for any urgent matters, kindly contact Security on +65 6768 9494 or Front Desk on +65 67689288

For Berthing Enquiries
+65 6768 9489
Fax: +65 6768 9230


Our world-class marina would ensure your yacht is well-kept