Nongsa Point Marina - General Info

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Description:

Nongsa Point Marina is an upmarket development located a few miles from Singapore on Batam Island. It is located about 45 minutes away from the main shopping area on the island. Prices are reported to be high.

Entrance Notes and Cautions:

Contact the marina on VHF Channel 88.    The entrance is well marked with green and red pilings which are indicated on charts.  However, what could be confusing for first timers is that the two channel entrances are next to each other – the left one heading to Nongsa Point Marina while the one to the right leads into the ferry port.

The Barelang bridge number 1, in Batam Indonesia, has a 34 meter clearance. Its a series of 6 bridges that shut off the whole south area of Batam, only the first one connected to the main island Batam is that high. A cruising yacht with a 23 meter mast cleared this bridge with plenty of space above.

Position:  

01°12.0’N, 104°05.9’E.

Last Updated:  November 2022

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  1. July 5, 2021 at 4:04 AM
    evangorp says:

    For any work needed done in Batam ask this guy. He and his team worked on our boat for about 3 months on a variety of projects:
    La Kamar
    ESD INTERNASIONAL
    Telp/whatsapp +62 (0)81364437143
    [email protected]

  2. October 16, 2017 at 4:17 PM
    Data Entry3 says:

    smurphy also reports:
    Clearance costs are equivalent to $50usd.

  3. September 30, 2017 at 9:40 PM
    Data Entry3 says:

    Reported by Liz Datson:

    To check into Indonesia, which we did at Nongsa Point – very efficiently done by the Marina, it is a requirement that you have a crew list stamped by Immigrassi from your last port.
    Luckily before departing Malaysia I re-read the information kindly provided by Prakash at Nongsa Point.

    So the paperwork I needed was :
    The online VESSEL DECLARATION,
    PORT CLEARANCE
    CREW/passenger list with Immigration stamp
    Boat registered papers
    MMSI
    Insurance

    And the N, Q flags – (tip N flag easily created after a “craft session” – White material, blue packaging tape, and a couple of staples and some handy twine, creates a very passable facsimile, which did the trick! )

  4. September 6, 2017 at 9:03 AM
    Data Entry3 says:

    The guys at Nongsa Point had us cleared out in around 40 min, it took longer to fill our fuel tanks. Lovely spot, well-maintained marina with 32Amp power, clean waters, nice pool, good bar and restaurant, good fuel prices and helpful staff. The perfect antidote to the boring slog up from Bali.

  5. July 16, 2016 at 6:00 AM
    Data Entry3 says:

    Visited Nongsa Point on 2-July-2016 and they were very accommodating. Contacted Prakesh in advance and he was very responsive and helpful in providing forms and information. He provided one Cruising Declaration for Harbormaster form and referenced link to an online form: https://yachters-indonesia.id/

  6. November 9, 2015 at 9:43 AM
    Data Entry3 says:

    Hello,

    Nongsa Point Marina was the right place for us to clear out of Indonesia. We did not want to bother with all the formalities and were worried about the re-export of the yacht. By paying a fee to Nongsa Point Marina, they take care of all of this within a day.

    Very relaxing. They have half day car & driver arrangements, this was enough time for us to do our provisioning and finding spare parts in town.

    If you like to do the clearance by yourself without the help of the marina, it may be better to go somewhere closer to the offices. Nongsa Point is rather far away from them.
    PS: we had a PIB from Tual, which was not a problem.
    Enjoy Nongsa Point Marina

    1. March 20, 2021 at 8:29 AM
      overboard says:

      Does anyone know what a “PIB” from Tual is? Thanks!