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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

what do i need to bring?

Apart from provisions and comfortable clothes, we recommend you bring sunglasses and sunblock to protect your skin. You may bring a change of clothes to wash up at the end of the day if you wish.

How much space is there in the fridge for provisions?

You can store perishables in our trusty mini fridge. Space is limited so if you are planning on bringing a feast please bring an icebox with you.

are pets allowed on the boat?

You can bring your furry friend along on your adventure but they are not to go into the cabins, on the cushions or beddings. Try to keep them in the cockpit. You will also be charged a $100 cleaning fee. Please take care of your pet during the sail! We will not be responsible for any mishaps.

is there drinking water on board?

Having fun can be thirsty work, we provide drinking water for all our adventurers.

Must I be able to swim?

We have life jackets on board but please take responsibility for your own safety. We will not be held responsible for any resulting injuries or mishaps!

is there parking at the marina?

There is free parking at SAF Yacht club. There is usually ample parking space at One Degree 15 Marina and Marina at Keppel Bay. The following charges apply:

Can someone else take my place on board?

Due to Covid-19, we are afraid that your adventure is non-transferable. Please refer to our refund policy if you are unable to make it.

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Marina At Keppel Bay

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How many Cabins are there?

The master cabin (top left and right) comes with a Queen sized mattress and an en-suite bathroom. The junior cabins (bottom left and right) are fitted with a junior XL mattress.

 

Each cabin can sleep 2 people comfortably. There is also a seating area in the living area/saloon which we can convert to a double bed in the evening if you have a group size of 8. Guests may choose to sleep under the stars on the deck as well or bring a hammock to tie on the boat. 

See more on our boats at this page!

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Can I bring my own food and drinks?

After all the fun you will probably be hungry so remember to pack a picnic. Note that only a simple breakfast will be provided for overnight trips. Previous adventurers have brought anything from cheese platters to sandwiches

Feel free to bring your own drinks, including alcohol but remember to drink responsibly!

What is included in the continental breakfast?

Food: Cereal, bread, cheese, jam, fruits and muffins.

Drinks include: Coffee, tea, juice

*note that this is subject to change*

Is there air-conditioning on board?

Yes, air-conditioning is available in the cabins below deck between 7pm to 7am. As the air-conditioning is powered by a generator, noise is inevitable. We do provide earplugs onboard, kindly approach the crew if you need one. Each cabin is also equipped with a mechanical fan which is quieter and more eco-friendly for you to enjoy the serenity of the environment.

Will there be Wi-Fi provided on board?

No, but you can stay connected to the Internet using your mobile data. However, the connection may be slow or cut off periodically due to the distance from mainland. A gentle reminder to switch off auto-roaming on your phone to avoid additional charges.

Are there power outlets on board?

Yes, there is an extension socket available, however the generator in the boat is only switched on between 7pm to 7am. It is recommended for you to bring your portable chargers/power banks.

Will I get seasick?

While the Oceanis 45 is a relatively stable yacht and Singapore waters are not very choppy, we recommend purchasing over-the-counter sea-sickness medication for passengers with history of motion sickness. Medication will not be provided.

 Is smoking prohibited on board?

Will I get the chance to try steering/sailing/other activities during the cruise?


Generally, smoking is only allowed on the deck and at the aft of the Yacht. The Dos and Don’ts will be covered in the captain’s brief before sailing.

This is entirely up to the discretion of your certified skipper. It is important to listen to the trained crew who know best whether certain activities are safe given the location/environmental factors at that specific point in time.