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Welcome to the Nongsa Point Marina, a five Gold Star Marina. As the “gateway” into the Riau Islands, Nongsa Point Marina and Resort is an ideal location for weekend getaways and long stays. Its proximity to both Singapore and the many local islands enable boat owners to conveniently sail to nearby islands to relax and unwind over the weekend or pursue a wide range of boating activities such as cruising, fishing, diving, snorkeling, and island hopping.
We hope that the information provided here answers most of your questions as to where we are, how we operate, and what we can do to ensure your stay with us, be it short term or long term, is enjoyable, comfortable and safe.
The approach channel runs North South and marked by port and starboard pile beacons rising to a height of 6m and topped by green (starboard) and red (port) flashing lights. Please don’t stop while in the Marina approach channel and observe “No Wake”.
The entry channel position is 1°12’23N 104°5’775E
There is another marked channel running parallel 100m to the West.
This is the Ferry channel and is restricted. Please be very careful to ensure you enter the correct (Eastern) channel and never try to cut across from one channel to the other, be aware of very shallow waters on either side of the approach channel.
15 minutes before approaching the channel entrance, please Call VHF Radio 72 for guiding assistance.
Please use current charts. Approaching the Marina contact us on channel 72. As you get close you will see two sets of lit leads, the western leads lead into the Nongsa Pura Ferry Terminal. To enter Marina please use the easternmost leads. Please remember that the speed limit in the Marina is three knots- strictly no wash. You will be given directions by Marina staff.
Please contact us for the latest up to date information, due to the sometimes changing legal entry and exit procedures. The max draft 2.5 m and max LOA 36m (120 Feet) permissible in the Marina.
Marina Office Hours are from 9 AM to 5 PM local time
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Telp : +62 778 761 333
Marina Service – CIQP
CIQP service is available within the marina 09.00 – 17.00, Monday to Friday excepting public holiday as long as we are notified 24 hours in advance of your arrival. Please email to Nongsa Point Marina and Resort at email@example.com the certified copy of the crew list containing the full names, nationalities and passport numbers for everyone on board of your vessel and any other boat information you think would be applicable to ensure efficient clearance.
For more information please call us at +62 778 761 333 ext. 6151 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org
REQUIRED DOCUMENTS TO ENTRY NONGSA POINT MARINA
Telex Visa of foreigners from Indonesian Embassy
Valid RT-PCR test.
Copy all passports.
Copy of RT-PCR test.
MMSI certificate and Insurance.
Maritime Declaration Health (MDH) and Sanitation.
Vessel Declaration form (from online application) and Master Sailing (1pm to 5pm.Saturday & Sunday is closed)
During this Pandemic situation Nongsa Point Marina follow with protocol Covid -19
Foreigners must possess a visa from Indonesian Embassy (Telex Visa).
No passenger will be allowed to join on board.
All people on board must have a valid RT-PCR Test result.
No additional or change crew during in Indonesian waters.
Basic Information International Arrival
Please inform Nongsa Point Marina & Resort (NPMR) marina office via e-mail / phone. Boats must be fitted with IMO approved AIS Class A/B.
Fill up CRUISING and online VESSEL Declaration Form (not earlier than 1 week before arrival), for each visit from international waters to Indonesia. Both forms must be typed. Vessel Declaration Form available here: Yachters Indonesia Website
Owner or Captain or own agent need to register with their e-mail and fill in the required details. You’ll be asked to upload picture of the boat, owner, captain and boat registry. Download health declaration form, print and fill out.
Print both forms, sign and bring with you. Please e-mail the soft copy to NPMR for reference. On arrival please tie up on the quarantine buoy as directed by marina staff.
Don’t forget the exit Port Clearance, Crew/Passenger List with Immigration stamp, and ensure your passports has proper outward stamps if required. Other documents required: Boat Registry / Insurance / MMSI. Please fly Indonesian courtesy flag on starboard side or midship-stern when entering Indonesian waters and fly as well flag ‘N’ and ‘Q’.
On arrival in Nongsa Point Marina & Resort, CIQP officers will board your boat to check documents, boat, crews and passengers. Once check is done, lower flag ‘N’ and ‘Q’ and you may disembark your boat.
Please check your passports for proper inward stamps and visa validity. For latest visa policy of Indonesia:
Wikipedia: Visa policy of Indonesia
Please inform marina office in advance together with your passports. Marina office will prepare fresh crew/passenger list.
CIQP officers may board your boat for inspection of documents, boat, crew and passengers. Officers will issue fresh Port Clearance / Customs / Quarantine papers whichever is required Please check your passports for proper outward stamps.
Please inform marina office via e-mail/phone.
You must have with you Port Clearance with Crew/Passenger List, and ensure your visa validity. Other documents required: Cruising & Vessel Declaration Form / Boat Registry / Insurance / MMSI Fly Indonesian courtesy flag while in Indonesian waters.
On arrival in NPMR, CIQP officers may board your boat to check documents, boat, crews and passengers.
Once check is done, you may disembark your boat.
Please inform marina office in advance together with your passports and/or ID. Marina office will prepare fresh crew/passenger list.
CIQP officers may board your boat for inspection of documents, boat, crew and passengers. Officers will issue fresh Port Clearance / Customs / Quarantine papers whichever is required.