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Old 08-19-2009, 02:51 AM   #1
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From the Noonsite Malaysia page:

"There are several small boatyards, often with their own slips, on both coasts of the peninsula but as they are used to working on local craft, standards are not high."

I am looking for a boatyard or marina where I can leave my 31 foot boat for 5 months, mid-September to mid-February. I am looking for a place where I can leave the boat "on the hard" or as they call it over there; dry storage or dry birthing. Hope to find a place around Singapore but in Malaysia.

Any ideas?


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Old 08-19-2009, 06:57 AM   #2
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Rather than email , lets share any information that is posted in order that it can be updated accordingly.

Singapore does have liftout facilities at Raffles Marina (expensive)


Also at the Marine Country Club 1d 25' N x 105d 59.9' E where the entire dry and wet berthing is operated by Outboard Motor Service, for more details contact Mr Ong at Hp : 97535739 or Email at enquiries@oms.com.sg.


More contact details:-

Address : 600 Ponggol Seventeenth Ave

Singapore 829734

Contact Person : Mr Ong Jong Yang

Mobile : 9753 5739

Fax : 6546 9081

Email : enquiries@oms.com.sg


In Malaysia - Rebak Marina on a small island off the West coast of Langkawi Island have the most experience in lifting and storing sailboats on the hard for long periods -- a 31ft boat for 5 months just under $2.000 US (say $13.33/day) It would be a good idea to arrange a cover for the boat and regular airings to prevent mold.



Contact details: rmmarina.malaysia@tajhotels.com

mazrizal.othman@tajhotels.com This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it :-

Mazrizal Othman, Marina Manager, Rebak Island Resort - A Taj Hotel, P.O Box 125, Kuah, 07000, Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia, Tel : +604 9665566, Fax : +604 9669973

Question does the boat have to be taken out of the water for storage ?
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