1. SingaporeBoating provided a platform for industry’s voice to be heard and our input factored into new regulations affecting the industry.These Rules have since been enacted into law, and provides among things for an Advanced PPCDL (Powered Pleasure Craft Driving Licence) to be introduced and a more streamlined yacht charter industry.
Sail at Marina Bay
SingaporeBoating is happy to announce an exclusive event for you and your family – Sail at Marina Bay. Bring your family for a sail in the heart of the financial district. See the dramatic skyline from a totally different perspective. Take the dinghy out on our own or we have experienced sailors to take you out.
The event is scheduled on the 25th June 2013, a Tuesday evening, from 4.30pm to 6.30pm. For those who can stay on, arrangements are being made for drinks or dinner (at own cost) after the event. As the event coincides with the last week of the school holidays, do bring your family to join in the fun. SingaporeSailing has kindly agreed to sponsor four dinghies for the event.
RSVP with number of people to firstname.lastname@example.org by 22 June 2013, 12pm.
This event is exclusive for Singapore Boating Members and their family members only.
Raffles Marina to run marina management course on 16th July 2013
Course: Operating Marinas – A Practical Approach to Risk
Trainer : Mr. Rod Short
A one-day course designed to raise the awareness to marina staff to the risk associated with marina operations, of simple risk theory, of responsibilities, of how to mitigate those risks and how to respond when an accident occurs.
Marina operations course in Malaysia, 25-26 June
The Australian Marina Industries Association (MIA) is holding a 2 day marina operations course specifically designed for marina staff in the Asia region.
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