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Singapore Marina Study Tour 2019

by Vijaya Selvaraj (MIA) 21 Feb 2019 02:16 PST 12 April 2019
Singapore Marina © Marina Industries Association

The Marina Industries Association in partnership with the Singapore Boating Industry Association is pleased to announce the Singapore Marina Study Tour which will be held on Friday, April 12, 2019, during the Singapore Yacht Show which runs from 11-14 April 2019.

The 2019 Marina Study Tour will be hosted by Singapore's premier marina clubs:

  • One15 Marina Club
  • Marina at Keppel Bay
  • Republic of Singapore Yacht Club
  • Raffles Marina

Date: Friday, April 12, 2019

09:15 Meet at One15 Marina Club, lobby entrance
09:30 10:30 Tour of One15 Marina Club, Sentosa
10:30 10:45 Morning tea
11:15 12:15 Tour of Marina at Keppel Bay
12:45 13:45 Lunch
14:15 - 15:15 Republic of Singapore Yacht Club tour
15:30 16:30 Tour of Raffles Marina

*Note: MIA member / Industry Networking function will be held from 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm at the MIA booth at the Singapore Yacht Show.
*MIA reserves the right to change the schedule and marinas visited depending upon availability


Key takeaways include:

  • Behind the scenes insights into the management and operations of the four marinas
  • Quality one on one discussion time with senior marina operators and marina vendors participating in the tour
  • Comparative analysis of the four marinas
  • Benchmark with your own marina if applicable
  • New contacts and industry connections
  • Improved understanding of Singapore's competitive status within the recreational marine industry

AUD$ 495.00 per person (Members)
AUD$ 630.00 per person (Non-members)

Tour Includes:

  • Transport between the marinas and return to ONE 15 Marina Sentosa Cove
  • Transfer provided for those staying at RSYC to (and from) ONE degrees15 Marina Sentosa Cove for the start (and end) of the Marina Study Tour
  • A personalised tour of each marina with a senior manager
  • SBIA and MIA representative tour host
  • Morning tea and lunch
Not included:
  • Airfares, airport transfers, meals or refreshment other than stated, hotel transfers other than from RSYC
Marina Study Tour 2019 Accommodation Package

The Republic of Singapore Yacht Club is extending preferential rates for participants of the Singapore Marina Study Tour. Kindly email and quote that you are an MIA member and "SBIA Marine Tour" with your dates.

Room Rates: Superior Room S$125+ per room per night (All price are before GST 7%)

Accommodation Contact Details:

Republic of Singapore Yacht Club
52 West Coast Ferry Road
126887 Singapore
Telephone: +65 6769 9288

Register Now!

To register, please click here
Registration Deadline: 1 April 2019

MIA reserves the right to change the schedule and marinas visited depending upon availability

For further information please contact Vijaya Selvaraj on +61 2 8197 4753 or

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