This sailing programme is open to anyone above 7 years old and below 70 years old and each person may register for up to 4 participants (including him/herself). Boat allocation is on a first-come-first-served basis onsite at the meeting point. Due to the popularity of the programme, slots are always filled up as soon as they are released, so do sign up early on this page to avoid disappointment!
All sessions are 40 minutes long.
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As part of our 50th anniversary and in hopes of inspiring the next-generation of Singaporeans to achieve their dreams, we have partnered with local sailing athletes Griselda Khng and Olivia Chen. Griselda and Olivia have been working hard despite facing challenges along the way, and we’re proud to support them on their journey to represent Singapore for the Tokyo Olympics in 2020.
In the event of inclement weather (heavy rain or Cat 1 – lightning risk and thunderstorm), unhealthy haze or unforeseen circumstances, the organiser reserves the rights to delay or cancel the sailing session for the safety of the participants. Please understand that this decision may take place at very short notice, whether pre-departure or after the session has commenced.
When in doubt of the weather situation, participants may refer to the Rain Areas by Meteorological Service Singapore or Lightning Information Service | Rain Areas Animation by NEA to ascertain the weather situation at Marina Bay before embarking to event venue.
Should you feel that the weather conditions are unfavorable and would prefer to re-schedule your session, you may do so by “Modifying” your tickets online or you can email email@example.com / firstname.lastname@example.org and we will assist you with the re-registration.
As per the guideline from the National Environment Agency (NEA), all outdoor activities should be stopped if the PSI level is expected to go above 100. If this is the case, the sailing session will be cancelled.
We will endeavour to provide updated information via email if such circumstances arise on a best-effort basis.
To help participants ascertain if a session has been cancelled, please lookout for the following at the pontoon next to customs house where the boats are parked:
An ORANGE flag flown from our pontoon will indicate that “The current session is cancelled.”
A RED flag flown from our pontoon will indicate “Sailing is cancelled for the day.”
Age restrictions apply. Participants must be above 7 and below 70 years of age. Young children must have attained 7 years of age at the point of registration (i.e. after their 7th birthday) and are required to provide proof of age through a photo ID.
Footwear: Flats/sports shoes
Sun protection: Shades/caps/sunscreen
Lifevest will be provided and must be worn on board
Regrettably, due to the popularity of this programme, we will not be able to accomodate requests for changes in sailing sessions.
No, we wouldn’t need your printed tickets. However, we will need to collect your completed Indemnity Form.
Please note that the meeting point for this programme is at Pontoon beside Customs House, Singapore.
Please arrive 10 minutes prior to your session that you have successfully booked for. Each session will last for 30 – 40 minutes. This includes a 10-minute safety briefing and the submission of indemnity forms.
Regrettably, due to the popularity of this programme, we will not be able to entertain latecomers.