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Anchorages

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Marinas

Facilities:

Floating docks Self-service Laundry Yacht Maintenance Yard
Toilets Internet Access Travel Lift
Showers Receive & Hold Mail Chandlery on premises
Power and Water at berth Fuel Dock Pump Out Facility

Golf Course, Restaurant, Bar, Hotel, Swimming Pool.  Fax, photocopy and mail/courier services available at Harbour Master's office. 

Mailing Address:
Nongsa Point Marina
PO Box 557
Jodoh Square
Batam Island
Indonesia

Harbour Master's Office:

  • Phone: (62) 778 761 333
  • Fax:  (62) 778 761 330 
  • Mobile: (65) 9760 6059 (Singapore number)
  • Email:      nongsa@indosat.net.id
  • Website: www.keppelland.com.sg/hotels/nongsa.htm
  • VHF:  69

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Cruiser Amenities

No information Currency Exchange Services - Resort Hotel

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Transport

Buses -  No information

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Yacht Services

Chandleries No information Yacht Maintenance 

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Miscellaneous

 The following are services or places visited and recommended by Bob and Judi. We can only say that our experience was a good one and we hope that you will also have a favorable experience.
Restaurants:  

No information

More Information  
  • Lonely Planet Guide - Indonesia
  • Lonely Planet Indonesian Phrasebook
  • Cruising Guide to Southeast Asia - Volume II - Stephen Davies & Elaine Morgan

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This Page Last Updated: 02 May 2006

 

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