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 Singapore - Formalities


With effect from 1st April, 2016, all yachts are required to engage a licensed shipping agent to handle the paperwork on arrival and departure. The same agent must be used for both.

Whilst the new system does incur the cost of an agent (see Fees for details), it is greatly simplified as the agent will contact the Port Master and the ICA (Immigration Authorities) in advance of your arrival.

For a list of licensed agents see Clearance Agents


Yachts must contact their appointed Agent a recommended 72 hours prior to arrival but no later than 12 hours prior, so they can do the Arrival Application (AA) with the ICA.

The Agent will need by e-mail:

1. A copy of the boat registration

2. Copies of all the passports for crew on board

3. Last port / next port / ETA / ETD

4. Crew list (Master & crew)

5. Passenger list (if applicable)

6. Choice of quarantine clearance area - Western or Changi (see details below)

7. Destination marina in Singapore

Once the ICA have approved all your yacht/crew details, the Agent will forward the email from the ICA to you with the crew list/passenger list as well as the approval code. All the skipper needs to do is make 3 copies of each list (for arrival), and a further 2 copies of each (for departure).

Note: Once on the crew list, crew are signed on to the vessel and if they want to leave Singapore without the vessel, they need to be signed off or will be stopped by Immigration at the airport.

Signing crew on and off the yacht's crew list also requires an Agent and 6 hrs minimum notification, as does departure clearance.


It is mandatory for yachts to be equipped with Automated Identification System (AIS) prior to entry into Singapore waters. The AIS transponder must be approved for use within the port by the MPA or the Port Master. E-mail the vessel information to [email protected] at least 12 hours before entering Singapore waters.

Failure to have an AIS transponder can result in a substantial fine.


On Arrival at the Port of Singapore
Fly the "Q" flag.

All approaches are well buoyed and lit, but due to the large amount of shipping, night arrivals should be avoided.

Immigration and custom clearance can only be processed at the following 2 gazetted Immigration Anchorages, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week:

1. Western Quarantine & Immigration Anchorage (WQIA):
Located south east of Pulau Sentosa, on the north west corner of the Sisters Islands.

Approximate Position Lat. 01° 13.0 ‘ N. Long. 103° 49.7’ E

There are two immigration boats standing by in this area.

Radio "Western Immigration" on VHF 14.

2. Changi General Purpose Anchorage (CGPA):
Located north east of the naval base, by South Angler buoy.

Approximate Position Lat 01° 20.2 ‘ N. Long. 104° 03.8 ‘ E

What to do at the Quarantine & Immigration Anchorage

Radio on VHF 14/74, call sign "ICA-Changi Airport Immigration" to notify the ICA of your arrival.

Fly numeral pendants 2 & 5 during daylight or display 2 green vertical lights at night.

A grey Immigration boat (small powerboat) will come alongside carrying a fishing net on a pole with which to transfer documents. Ideally have all your documents in a watertight plastic bag for easy transfer into the net. Have a fender or two handy in case they are needed for fending off.

There is no charge for this service. Documents to include are:

  • Passports
  • Visas (if applicable)
  • Crew list/passenger list with approval code received from Agent/ICA (3 copies)

The immigration officer will conduct a face-to-face check on all persons on the yacht so all crew must present on deck for this. Passports will be stamped and a Landing Pass valid for two weeks will then be granted (see Immigration below for more details).

If you do not clear Immigration at the anchorage, you will not be permitted entry into a marina.

For more details, view the CIQP Notice & Guide - CREW System for Pleasure Craft.

In the past it has sometimes been possible for visiting yachts staying at Raffles Marina, Keppel or Royal Singapore Yacht Club, to have the above clearance procedures taken care of at the marina for a fee. It does howevera appear that this is no longer possible at any marina in Singapore. Call your destination marina in advance to double-check before arriving in Singapore, however it is recommended to clear at one of the Quarantine and Immigration anchorages first.


One-Stop Document Centre (OSDC)

Note: Some marinas do offer this clearance service as well as a number of Agents.

Within 24 hrs of arrival, the skipper must report to the One-Stop Document Centre at the Maritime Port Authority to complete inward clearance. If you arrive on a weekend, simply wait until Monday to go to the One Stop Centre.

When reporting the arrival of your yacht to MPA, you are required to complete the General Declaration (GD) Forms in duplicate and submit them together with your yacht's original port clearance certificate, issued to you by the last port.  You can download a copy of the General Declaration form from the MPA website:

You will be given a copy of the GD to keep. Make two copies for when you depart Singapore.

The process takes only a few minutes. You can clear in and out at the same time if your stay will be two days or less.

All foreign visiting yachts are required to pay Port Dues to MPA.  Payment can only be made in cash in Singapore Currency at the MPA One-Stop Document Centre.  A receipt will be given.

The One-Stop-Document-Centre charges $30 Singapore for clearance.

It is now a requirement that visiting yachts must obtain cruising permits in order to cruise within Port of Singapore waters, including moving between marinas. See "Restrictions" for more information.


Port Clearance application can be done 48 hours in advance of departure at the One-Stop-Document-Centre (or again, through your marina/agent if they offer this service), with a noon deadline on the 2nd day.

Remember to contact your appointed agent 24 hours prior to departure as well to organise clearance with the ICA.

Departing yachts must then proceed to one of the 2 arrival anchorages to clear Immigration (see above). Here  you must submit the following documents:

  • Passports (with retained white card portion)
  • Crew list with approval code from agent/ICA (2 copies)
  • Original arrival crew list endorsed by ICA on arrival (2 copies)

Customs do not usually visit yachts, but random spot checks are made from time to time.

Last updated April 2017.

One-Stop-Document Centre
Maritime Port Authority , 7A Keppel Road #01-26, Tanjong Pagar Complex , Singapore 089054
Tel:6325 2373 or 6325 2375 / 6325 2374 (Port clearance enquiries)
Opening hours: Mondays to Fridays - 8.00am to 5.30pm. Closed on Saturdays, Sundays and Public Holidays. Closed for lunch from 1.00pm to 2.00pm on weekdays.
This is the Port Authority (MPA). The office is on the ground floor of the white Maritime House building.


Passports must be valid for at least 6 months.

No visa is required for citizens of most countries. See for a list of countries whose citizens do require one. Note that overstaying your visa in Singapore results in strict penalities.

Visiting yacht crew are issued with a two week landing pass upon entry. If the remainder of the crew is listed as 'passengers' then they will be issued with a normal length visitor's visa (this will depend on nationality). A landing pass can no longer be renewed in person and must be done through an agent.

The initial visa is renewable for a further two weeks and it is possible to obtain extensions for up to 90 days.

For stays longer than two months Immigration may require proof why an extension is requested. A letter from a boatyard, saying that work is being carried out on the boat, is normally sufficient.

As these restrictions apply to individuals, not to the boat itself, it is sometimes easier to take the bus to neighbouring Malaysia and obtain a visitor's visa when returning to Singapore.

When checking in, ensure that your passport is stamped as visitor not as crew as this can cause difficulties when entering Malaysia.

Immigration may want to see proof of sufficient funds.

Immigration craft can be contacted on VHF channel 14/74.

Last updated April 2017.

Immigration & Checkpoints Authority (ICA)
Seaman's Section , SIR Building, 10 Kallang Road , Singapore 208718
Tel:53775939 / 63775940 Fax:6298 0837/ 6298 0843
Opening hours: 08:00-17:00(Mon-Fri), 08:00-13:00(Sat)
On arrival, foreign passport holders are granted a 2 week landing pass if they are noted as crew. Such landing passes can now only be extended by using an agent. Arriving crew noted as passengers have their passports stamped with a visitor's permit which, for most nationalities, allows a longer stay.


Private vessels may be moored in Singapore for long periods as entry visas apply to individuals only. The captain must report to the authorities every two months.

Customs clearance is usually only required if you have items to declare.


Singapore maintains some of the toughest fire-arms laws in the World. As a result, all vessels carrying fire-arms must do the following:

  • On arrival, declare all fire-arms, and any controlled weapons to the Auxiliary Police CISCO
  • A CISCO officer will escort the fire-arms from your vessel, to a central depository for safe storage
  • On departure, the fire-arms will be escorted back to the vessel. The vessel must then depart Singapore port
  • Escort, Storage, and Permit fees apply (pls note these are not negligible)

The marina office can assist with the above on arrival.

A permit may be obtained in advance - two weeks is the minimum period necessary for obtaining a permit. Firearms will then be sealed on board. Speak with your Agent about organising a permit if necessary.


The relevant prescriptions for any prescribed medicines held on board may have to be shown to Customs. The Singapore authorities have a very strict policy regarding illegal drugs and there is a death penalty for drug trafficking.

For a list of prohibited and controlled goods see

Last updated April 2017.

Singapore Customs
(Customs Call Centre)
Tel:6355 2000 followed by (*) (O)


Yellow Fever

All travellers (over one year of age) who are seeking entry into Singapore are required to have a valid International Certificate of Vaccination for yellow fever, if they have been in or have passed through any country at risk of yellow fever within the preceding six days.

From 1 May 2016, the International Certificate of Vaccination for yellow fever is valid for life. This lifetime validity applies to all existing and new certificates, beginning 10 days after the date of vaccination.

See here for a list of countries at risk from Yellow Fever.

ZIKA VIRUS ALERT: (September 2016) There have been recent safety alerts from the US State Department, UK Foreign Office, and Center for Disease Control (CDC) regarding travel to parts of Central and South America, Africa, southern Asia, the Caribbean, and the South Pacific islands. Singapore is a region of interest. There is growing concern about the rapid spread of the ZIKA Virus and the impact of the virus on pregnant women and babies. ZIKA is transmitted by mosquitos in tropical and sub-tropical climates, and there is currently no cure or vaccine. This situation is evolving rapidly, so please refer to the CDC’s dedicated website if you are intending to cruise in one of the effected areas.


Example Agency Fees
These may differ between agents - get a quote in advance

Vessel Creation + Arrival = $50
Vessel Departure = $50
Each person on Crew list upon Arrival =$75
Sign off/Extension/sign on/approval /=$75 (per time/per passport)
Any additional trips to ICA = $75

Other Fees

The One-Stop-Document-Centre charges 30 SIN$ for clearance.

The officials do not work outside working hours, so there is no overtime fee.

All foreign visiting yachts are required to pay Port Dues to MPA (nominal harbour and light dues calculated per GRT). Payment can only be made in cash in Singapore Currency at the MPA One-Stop Document Centre.  A receipt will be given.

Last updated April 2017.


Some areas of the harbour, which are marked on the charts, are prohibited either for anchoring or for passing through - for example there is a height restriction of 45 ft (15 m) in the area close to the airport.

Cruising Permit

In July 2007, MPA introduced the cruising permit to allow visiting pleasure yachts to cruise within the port limits of Singapore, including moving between marinas. To qualify for the cruising permit, the yacht must be fitted with an IMO AIS transponder.

Since June 2010 the cruising permit can be applied for through the marinet system using the online application, VISITING YACHT CRUISING PERMIT APPLICATION SYSTEM.

The application can be submitted through the various marinas at least 2 hours before the commencement of any recreational activities or movements within the port.

Note: Certain Agents may offer this service.

Please also note that craft are not allowed to use sails when moving in Singapore waters.

Port of Singapore Website:

Last updated April 2017.

Local Customs

Drinking in public places

As of 1 April 2015, it’s illegal to drink alcohol in a public place between 10.30pm and 7am. You can drink alcohol between these hours in:

  • restaurants
  • bars and cafes
  • the outdoor areas of private condominiums and chalets
  • outdoor events that have obtained a permit.

Geylang and Little India are designated as ‘Liquor Control Zones’. This means drinking in public places is prohibited all weekend, on public holidays and on the eve of public holidays. If you ignore this:

you could be fined up to SGD1,000 (approximately £500).

Clearance Agents

Craft Docket
Tel:+65 8822 8893
Clearance Agents.
Fratelli Cosulich Yacht Solutions
One15 Marina , 11 Cove Drive, Sentosa , 098497 Singapore
Tel:Mobile: +65 9118 8570
Yacht Agents, Yacht Management, Technical Management, Bunker Service, Duty Free Bonded Stores, Provisioning.
Hans Yachts Services
Blk 4, Haig Road , #10-493 , Singapore 430004
Tel:+65 924 78847
Contact Person: Mr Manjit Singh. Clearance Agents. Also provide delivery services, repair, cleaning, diving etc. See comments by cruisers at bottom of page.
MSRF Crew Services
Blk 222, Jurong East St. 21 , #01-907 , Singapore 600222
Tel:8453 1051
Contact Person: Ms Hana
Marvelous Yachting Pte Ltd
Blk 1003 Toa Payoh Ind Park , #03-1515 , Singapore 319075
Tel:9424 5253
Contact Person: Mr larnes Lim. Clearance Agents.
SanZ Marine Clearance Service
Blk 254 Bukit Batok East Ave 4 , #04-229 , Singapore 550254
Tel:9448 3988
Contact Person: Mr Sanusi Omar


The Pets Travel Scheme (PETS) is applicable in Singapore and requires all pets to have a Pet Passport, a current Health Certificate and current Rabies Vaccination Certificate (valid within not less than 30 days and not more than 1 year).

All cats and dogs must be identified with an ISO compliant pet microchip.

If entering Singapore from Australia, New Zealand, Republic of Ireland or United Kingdom, a rabies vaccination is not required however other vaccinations will be applicable.

A period of quarantine is required if arriving from some countries.

For full details see

Last updated April 2017.

SeanBolten says:
Jul 06, 2017 05:05 AM

It is my first time coming in to Singapore after the new immigration rules implemented, I found CRAFT DOCKET LLP as my agent. They are very efficient and detailed. I would like to thank them for their great assistance on our immigration clearances to Singapore and also out of Singapore!

FratelliCosulich says:
Jun 02, 2017 05:02 AM

Dear Chris,
Thank you for your feedback. I'm very sorry to hear that your experience on the recent trip was not to your satisfaction, we take all feedback seriously and I sincerely appreciate you taking the time to provide this to us so we could resolve the issue for you.
As explained the additional charges presented to you on departure was for the additional services that you had requested we action for you such as Crew Sign On/Off.I believe these cost had been explained to you at the time and to our knowledge you was in agreement.
However in light of your feedback, I'm pleased you was happy with the waiver of these fee's as a resolution to your complaint we proposed.
In relation to fuel stops we only provide the supplier our clients routing when our clients request for fuel stops to be arranged on the way to their final destination and only upon their request, this is quite common practice however my apologies for any confusion this may have caused you as I believe we have not provided our Bunkering Service to you on your last trips with us.
I'm pleased we managed to resolve the complaint to your satisfaction and for any inconvenience caused by waiving all additional charges.
As a family business now reaching it's 160th year in business, please rest assured that we pride ourselves on delivering exceptional customer service to all of our clients along with ensuring their stay in Singapore is a pleasant & memorable one.
Should you require any additional service,assistance or information we, as always, I remain at your complete disposal,
Kind Regards,
David Mahoney,
Agency Operations Manager
Fratelli Cosulich Yacht Solutions

Chrissmith says:
May 02, 2017 10:37 AM

I have had 2 bad experiences with a company called Fratelli Cosulich, which have been complete night mares and charged me unbelievable amounts, on both occasions the paper work was wrong, as well as various other things, causing delays for hours at a time, last time l had to go out of Singapore and come in as crew, because they forgot to mention all this to me, they also try to see where your next fuel stop is, calling the people in advance, without your knowledge, and getting a kick back on the fuel. These people are based at One15 Marina in an office the size of a dog box, avoid going there, l was warned about them previously, but l took 2 stupid chances

HoffmanHorald says:
Mar 01, 2017 05:04 AM

Wanted to say thanks to Craft Docket for clearing my boat in and out from Singapore with ease.
They are very efficient and professional in their work as they claim to have plenty of boats that ties down with them. Would really recommend them as their prices are cheap!
Just call for Serene (+65 8822 8893) or email [email protected] if you in need of their service and do help me say Hi to them!
Fantastic job guys!!

homeless007 says:
Aug 10, 2016 06:03 AM

Last month, July 2016, we had quite a complicated case of yacht import/ immigration in/out Singapore with crew and passengers. This all happened on short notice, as a prior appointed agent tried to rip us off and we cut ties last minute.
We found:
Manjit Singh
Hans yachts services
Manjit immediately started working our case and came to meet the same evening with a complete proposal at a VERY! fair rate. He also organized a partner of his, who is a specialist in customs matters. Mr. John Lim.
The entire case was resolved in just over 48 hours, with all the paperwork done and accompanied by the teams of Manjit & John every step of the way. This included a late night personal visa trip for one of our crew and much more.
We can highly recommend the services of these 2 gemtlemen, you won't be disappointed. Great job guys, our next yacht is coming this September and we are looking forward to meeting you again. Thanks again for helping us out! M.

Sue Richards
Sue Richards says:
May 12, 2016 01:18 PM

Posted on behalf of MMortensen:
There are new immigration rules for entering Singapore as of April 1, 2016, which means you have to use an Agent. We dealt with Hans Yachts and found them to be fantastic, quick and very well informed.

omeiomei25 says:
May 07, 2016 07:14 AM

I showed up yesterday at the western immigration anchorage, having sent the arrival notice to the harbour master, but not having enrolled with the new CREW system (with a compulsory agent!).
I was refused, and asked to leave their waters.
I was then escorted by a coastguard boat and then a police boat, until 8PM.
Friendly, but unaware of what is an "innnocent passage". Montego Bay 1982.
The truth is that I committed a second crime, having sailed too close to a naval base (one mile and a half! - with no signs or security boat).
The revised procedure (effective 01 March 2016) requires an agent for enrolling into the CREW system. Doing it yourself is unpractical(as it requires a bond of $5000,etc...).
These facts speak for themselves and I prefer not to try again any entry in to this country, fearing more endless unrealistic requirements.
It seems that they don't make any difference between a visiting sailboat for a one day stop, and a freighter.
Compared to the easiness and cool welcome in Malaysia, the Singapore adminstration seems a nightmare.

VageKennis says:
Apr 26, 2016 03:08 PM

You can no longer clear inwards/outwards at Raffles Marina - You have to clear immigration at the Quarantine Anchorage near Sister Islands.

Sue Richards
Sue Richards says:
Nov 06, 2015 04:13 PM

The Ministry of Tourism Indonesia cordially invites boaters, skippers, captains, and yacht owners to attend an Afternoon Tea gathering to promote new policy on liberalizing CIQP (Customs, Immigration, Quarantine, Port Clearance) and to welcome foreign yachts and cruise ships to visit Indonesia.

Singapore Nov 7th, 14:00 Raffles Marina.
Malaysia Nov 8th, 14:00 Bayview Hotel, Langkawi.
Thailand Nov 9th, 14:00 Ao Chalong Yacht Club, Phuket.

A short presentation will be conducted by Dr Indrojono Soesilo, Honorary Advisor for the Ministry of Tourism Indonesia. Please join.

philheaton says:
Jun 12, 2015 10:41 AM

For engineering services we can recommend Jeff Jakey of Shellback Marine Services - [email protected] or +65 9766 1439. He helped us out with an engine problem - quick and very responsive.

Richard & Susan Kidd
Richard & Susan Kidd says:
May 07, 2015 10:37 AM

You can no longer clear inwards at RSYC - you have to clear immigration at the quarantine anchorage

Richard & Susan Kidd
Richard & Susan Kidd says:
Jul 28, 2013 12:46 AM

On checking in at the Quarantine Anchorage at least one person, usually the skipper, must be registered as crew and will get a 2-week landing pass stamped in the passport. Others can be registered as passengers and will get a visitor stamp (3 months for UK).
The landing pass can no longer be extended in person at Marina South Pier. An agent must be engaged to do it. Raffles Marina and Kepple Bay Marina act as agents and can apparently arrange it (presumably at a charge). One15 is not an agent and so if you are there you have to appoint one yourself. It cost us SGD 150 to do so. It is also possible for the "crew"to be signed off enabling him or her to leave Singapore for Malaysia and return as a visitor. Again and agent is required. This change has apparently been in force for about 3 months.

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