The luxury 62ft Sunreef catamaran is able to accommodate up to 45 guests on daytime or evening cruises and up to 8 guests on overnight or extended
The yacht is air-conditioned throughout and boasts 4 en-suite double cabins. Her fully equipped kitchen includes a fridge, freezer, ice maker, oven and microwave.
The spacious saloon area is ideal for entertaining and is fitted with an impressive Harman/Kardon surround sound stereo system, complete with 2 outdoor loudspeakers, and a widescreen LG 42" TV.
The yacht has expansive lounging areas across her aft deck, nets and fly bridge. Her spacious design makes her the perfect yacht to relax and unwind as you discover the delights of cruising in Singapore waters.
On board the yacht, you will have access to water activities such as floats and kayaks, all of which you may enjoy at your leisure. Or you can just choose to put your feet up and relax on the nets with a cold drink in your hand!
Originally from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Sattia was not born and raised by the sea but more than makes up for it by his enthusiasm and skill. Sattia looks after the well being of the guests on Sunreef 62’s expansive decks and is committed to providing them a safe, fun and unforgettable experience.
The Southern Islands of Lazarus Island (Pulau Sakijang Pelepah), St John's Island (Pulau Sakijang Bendera), the Sisters' Islands (Pulau Subar Laut and Pulau Subar Darat) and Kusu Island (Pulau Sembakul) lie only a few miles away from Singapore and create the perfect backdrop for a relaxing escape from the bustling city life. Attracting over 100,000 visitors a year, these nuggets of paradise draw their irresistible appeal from the lush greenery and fine sand beaches that grace their shores.
Cruise through the crystal-clear waters of a tropical island paradise whilst enjoying spacious comfort on board a 62ft luxury catamaran. Whether a sun-seeker or a water-sport fanatic, we have can offer custom-built holiday packages tailored to your needs and create that personalized, once-in-a-lifetime experience for you.
Have a look at our photo galleries of Pulau Tioman below.
Singapore's best diving spot!
Duration: 5 hours (8am to 1pm Sundays)
Come experience the rich biodiversity of Singapore waters! Spotted stingrays, spectacular corals, glass fish, crocodile fish, pipefish, several species of nudibranch and even a resident turtle - all await you at Pulau Hantu!
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All prices for BBQ menus include salad dressing, BBQ sauce, mustard, ketchup, mayonnaise and cutlery.
S$29 per person
* Add S$6 for Wagyu beef burgers. Subject to availability.
* Add S$6 for Wagyu beef burgers. Subject to availability.
S$54 per person
Up to 37 guests: Starting from S$ 3,450
Available Friday to Sunday
Duration: 4 hours
Additional hours: S$ 300 per hour, subject to availability
Up to 23 guests: Starting from S$ 3,250
Up to 30 guests: Starting from S$ 3,750
Up to 37 guests: Starting from S$ 4,500
Destination: Southern Islands, Pulau Hantu, Marina Bay
Duration: Maximum 12 hours (7pm to 7am the following day)
Tioman 5-day getaway holiday
Cruise through the crystal-clear waters of a tropical island paradise whilst enjoying the spacious comfort of a 62ft luxury catamaran.
Monday 2pm to Friday 10am
Starting from S$ 18,500
Pulau Tioman and the Seribuat Archipelago are a protected marine park and form part of a group of 64 volcanic islands which are located 20 miles off the south-eastern coast of peninsular Malaysia. Unlike many other destinations in Asia, the beauty of the islands and the rich variety of the species of wildlife endemic to their shores have been preserved.
Pulau Tioman is the largest island of the archipelago. At 22 miles long and almost 7 miles wide, it is home to many protected species such as the soft-shell turtle and the Tioman walking catfish, and was once voted one of the world's most beautiful islands by Time Magazine. Pulau Sibu, Pulau Rawa and Pulau Aur are three of the other most popular sailing and diving destinations within the archipelago and are all within a half-day sail from Pulau Tioman.
The marine park is renowned for its spectacular coral reefs and crystal clear waters, which make it a haven for diving and snorkeling enthusiasts. The islands have palm-lined, white sandy beaches and tropical waterfalls, lush green mountains and a rich and diverse marine life and fauna and which attract divers, cruising sailors, bird watchers, nature lovers and walkers from around the globe.
The most popular diving sites around Pulau Tioman include:
BAHARA ROCK - Bahara Rock is an all-time favourite among the dive sites in Tioman. It features a spectacular underwater garden that includes soft and hard colourful corals with nice formations, huge barrel sponges, sheer rock pinnacles, sea fans and many other attractive underwater species. It is a renowned site for underwater photographers as well. The marine life includes common reef fish such as the emperor angel fish, wrasses, soldier fish, surgeon fish, sweetlips, puffer fish, moray eels, porcupine fish, white eyed moray eels and giant moray eels. Out of season, stronger currents bring larger fish like the barracuda. Around the deeper rocks, black-tip reef sharks are commonly seen, particularly in the mornings, and stingrays are usually seen on the sandy bottom of the reef.
PULAU RENGGIS – This small islet situated just off the west coast of Pulau Tioman, in front of the Berjaya resort, boasts a spectacular coral reef consisting mainly of hard corals, which attract a colourful variety of aquatic life. The depth varies around the site between approximately 10 and 15 meters. It can be easily navigated as you can circle the site, keeping the island reef to one side. If you dive within season, visibility can be excellent and currents are very weak. Notable aquatic life spotted at Pulau Renggis includes hawk’s bill turtles, angel fish, parrot fish, anemone fish, black-tip reef sharks, bat fish, butterfly fish and blue-spotted stingrays.
CORAL ISLAND (PULAU TULAI) - The site's depth varies between 15 and 25 meters and it is well suited to multi-level diving. Visibility at this site is usually excellent, helped by the fact that it is located slightly away from Tioman, and hence further from the majority of the boat traffic. Currents tend to be mild in season. As the name suggests, Coral Island is a great site for seeing the spectacular gorgonian sea fan coral, as well as other colourful soft corals and reef fish. Notable aquatic life spotted at Coral Island includes many sea fans and soft corals, scorpion fish, green wrasse, barracuda, butterfly fish and parrot fish.
PULAU AUR AND PULAU DAYANG– The waters around Pualu Aur offer many exciting dive sites. Underwater pinnacles on the south-east side of the island form one of the most challenging dive sites. The pinnacles rise 30 m from the seabed to just about 10m from the water surface. The other oft-dived site is none other than the well-known Rayner’s Rock, lying east of Pualau Dayang. Whale sharks and manta rays are a common sight around Rayner's Rock. The channel between Pulau Aur and Pulau Dayang also offers a few dive sites that are rich in coral reefs in relatively shallow waters, making them suitable dive sites for night diving and also for snorkelling during the daytime.
All prices are quoted in Singapore dollar (S$) and are subject to GST. Prices do not include food and beverages or use of the barbecue and tender unless otherwise specified. Additional hours are S$300 per hour, subject to availability. Additional hours are not available for Sunset Cruises and Wine Appreciation Cruises. All prices include exclusive use of the yacht for the relevant number of hours, Captain, one crew and use of the yacht’s equipment when under way (flat screen TV, sound system, kitchen appliances) and at anchor (floats and kayaks).
Payment Terms and Cancellation Policy
Bookings are on a first-come, first-served basis and will be confirmed upon payment of a deposit equal to 50% of the total charter fee (including any extras booked and inclusive of GST). Full payment of the total charter fee (including any extras booked and inclusive of GST) will be required at least 2 (two) weeks prior to the date of the charter. Should these payment deadlines not be met, Blue Star Yachting will consider the booking cancelled and the deposit will not be refunded.
Bookings paid in full and cancelled at least 2 (two) weeks prior to the charter date will be eligible for a 50% refund of the amount paid. No refund will be made for cancellations requests made less than 2 weeks before the charter date and the full amount of the charter fee (including any extras booked and inclusive of GST) will be owed to Blue Star Yachting.
We accept payments by telegraphic transfer.
We strongly recommend that guests take out cancellation and curtailment insurance to protect their investment if unforeseen circumstances prevent or curtail their charter.
The safety of our guests is Blue Star Yachting's utmost priority. We would therefore like to draw your attention to the following considerations:
We are sorry that we are unable to allow pets on board the yacht. We also do not allow party poppers, sparklers or lanterns. Smoking is not allowed outside of the designated smoking areas.
In strict compliance with Singapore laws and regulations, littering is not permitted on the dock or at sea. We will endeavour to provide a sufficient number of rubbish bins and take care of rubbish disposal. We reserve the right to curtail any charter if guests are observed to throw over-board any litter (including but not limited to: cigarette butts, food leftovers, bottles, cans, paper towels and items of plastic cutlery). Your participation in the preservation of the quality of our environment is appreciated.
Drinks & Safety
Whilst we allow consumption of alcohol aboard the yacht in a moderate and reasonable manner, in accordance with the Circulars & Notices issued by the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA), we will deny boarding of the yacht to any guest displaying signs of liquor intoxication. We also reserve the right to curtail any charter if any guest behaves in a drunken and disorderly manner. Blue Star Yachting will not be liable to any refund of fees in such event.
Should you wish to enjoy drinks onboard the yacht, we are happy to arrange for wines, beers and soft drinks to be delivered prior to your arrival. You are also welcome to bring your own drinks. We however strongly discourage spirits being brought and consumed onboard the yacht. Whilst we are happy to encourage a good party, we find hard liquor tends to promote dangerous behavior onboard the yacht.
The consumption of alcohol will be monitored carefully by the crew. We regret that we are unable to arrange for any liquor or spirits to be delivered onboard the yacht prior to your arrival. If you would like to bring any such items on board, we request that you declare them to the First Mate upon arrival. The use of glass bottles or any other glass containers is not permitted on deck or in any of the exterior parts of the yacht at all times.
Blue Star Yachting strives to provide the most professional and pleasurable experience possible whilst operating to strict safety standards. The Captain's role is to ensure the safety of the guests, crew and yacht. Please be advised that, should the Captain deem anything to be unsafe, the Captain's decision will be final. Any refusal by any guest(s) to follow the reasonable instructions of the Captain or crew will result in such guests being asked to leave the yacht promptly at the nearest safe disembarkation point and such guests will be responsible for their own return travel arrangements. Blue Star Yachting will not be liable to any refund of fees in such event.
In the event the guests attend on the day to commence the charter and the weather conditions dictate, in the Captain’s opinion, that the yacht does not leave the marina, the guests will be eligible to reschedule the charter, subject to availability. If the yacht’s departure from the marina is delayed due to adverse weather, the guests will be eligible for a proportional refund of fees or an extension of the duration of the charter beyond the finishing time originally agreed, subject to availability. In case of adverse weather experienced after the start of the charter, and should the Captain elect to shorten the charter for safety reasons or at the request of guests, Blue Star Yachting will not be liable to any refund of fees.
Blue Star Yachtinghas obtained insurance coverage for its crewed yacht charter activities. However, such coverage does not include any provision related to the guests’ personal effects, or to any accident, injury or illness suffered by the guests whilst on board, embarking or disembarking, and for which Blue Star Yachting does not accept any liability. Guests are strongly advised to obtain their own insurance coverage for such eventualities.
Blue Star Yachtingalso accepts no responsibility or liability whatsoever for disruptions caused by force majeure events such as fire, flood, acts of god, mechanical issues, strikes, political unrest, acts of government or authorities, or any other occurrence beyond the control of Blue Star Yachting.
Damages & Breakages
Damages and breakages caused by the guests as a result of willful or neglectful acts or disregard of the Captain or crew’s instructions (including but not limited to as a result of drunken disorderly behaviour) are the responsibility of the guests, and any costs or liability incurred by Blue Star Yachting or any of its employees or representatives shall be reimbursed on demand to Blue Star Yachting. For safety reasons, the Captain and/or crew must be notified immediately of any damage or breakage found or caused by the guests.
Prohibited items and substances
Any item or substance prohibited by the laws of Singapore (including but not limited to drugs, firearms, weapons of any description, noxious substances or liquids) or any other item of any kind that is unlawful or unsuitable for use on the yacht is prohibited. The Captain reserves the right to refuse to allow any item on board that she should deem unsuitable or unsafe for any reason whatsoever. Any guests refusing to allow packages or personal effects to be checked by the Captain and/or crew will not be allowed onboard the yacht and will be responsible for their own return travel arrangements. Please be advised that in accordance with the rules and regulations of MPA, any guests arriving to the yacht displaying signs of being under the influence of drugs will be denied boarding. Blue Star Yachting will not be liable to any refund of fees in such event.
Guests below 18 years of age
In the interest of safety, Blue Star Yachting requires all guests who are minors to be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. In the case of a group of minors over 12 years of age, a minimum of one such supervising adult per group of 8 minors will be required. In the case of a group of minors below 12 years of age, a minimum of one such supervising adult per group of 4 minors will be required.
The consumption of alcoholic beverages by such guests will not be permitted onboard the yacht.
Every care has been taken to ensure that all information published by Blue Star Yachting on this page is accurate as of the date of publication. Prices are subject to change without notice. The menu items listed in the Catering section are subject to availability and may be substituted with items of an equivalent quality and quantity without prior notice. All pictures on this website are non-contractual and for illustration purposes only.
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Are pets allowed on board?
We very much regret that we are unable to accept pets on board.
Does my baby or child count as a passenger?
Yes, in accordance with MPA regulations, all persons on board irrespective of their age have to be accounted for in the passenger list.
What should I bring?
For day charters, we highly recommend bringing a swimsuit, beach towel, sunscreen, hat and to wear light clothing. Also don’t forget to bring you favourite music on an iPod/iPhone or USB stick.
For overnight charters, all of the above plus your favourite DVDs, board games and some fishing gear.
For weekend/week long charters, all of the above, plus your passport and EP (if relevant).
What is the safety equipment on board?
The yacht is equipped with life rings, life jackets for all adult passengers and a few child-size life jackets in accordance with MPA regulations.
Is smoking allowed on board?
Smoking is allowed on board however only on certain areas of the deck which the crew will indicate to you. There is strictly no smoking inside the yacht or on the flybridge.
Can you accommodate persons with limited mobility?
We are happy to welcome guests with mobility restrictions on board and will go the extra mile to ensure they feel safe and comfortable. We very much regret that we are not able to welcome wheelchair-bound passengers on board, due to the absence of adequate boarding facilities and storage space for such equipment.
Can I wear boat shoes on board?
Blue Star Yachting operates a strictly no-shoes policy on board, whatever the type of shoes.
Will I be able to play my own music on board?
You will be able to plug your favourite playlists into our sound system using either a jack plug, USB cable or USB stick.
Do you provide diving equipment?
Blue Star Yachting does not provide diving and fishing equipment. Guests need to procure the equipment for their usage.
Do you have restrooms on board?
Each cabin is fitted with its own en-suite restroom and shower, and equipped with electric toilets.
Is there internet on board?
We regret that there is no wifi or internet connection available on board.
I am subject to motion sickness. What can I do?
There are many ways of alleviating the symptoms of sea sickness, but prevention remains the best cure. If you have been subject to motion sickness in the past or are just not quite sure, or this is your first time on a yacht, we highly recommend you consult your family doctor for advises and medication. From our experiences, keeping a full stomach may help but stay away from fatty and spicy foods (such as curries) and alcohol. Ginger-based herbal remedies, ginger tea and white Tiger Balm may be effective in relieving the symptoms. If you do feel unwell at any point during your charter, come speak to a member of the crew who will assist you and try and make you more comfortable.
How long before my charter should I get to RSYC?
We strongly recommend that all guests gather at the white tent by the security guards' post at RSYC at least 30mn prior to the scheduled charter departure time, to allow sufficient time to sign in, be escorted to the yacht and attend the Captain's safety briefing. Should guests' lateness trigger a delay in the effective charter departure time, Blue Star Yachting will be unable to extend the charter to make up for the time lost and will not offer any refunds.