|GMT + 8||VHF Channel 16 and 72 for instruction|
|Marina Berthing Options
(Note I: Berth Pricing for boats depend on the size of the berth. Please multiple your boats LOA by its beam to calculate the area your boat and choose the correct size berthing cost)
(Note II: Check in 11.00 AM, Check out: 12.00 PM)
|Fuel, Goods, laundry, etc.||
|Marina Pontoon Fresh Water
|Water : IDR 300/litre
(Note I: Lombok Marina being located on a island has to desalinate sea water to offer or marina pontoon clients fresh drinking water. This water can be used for washing down your boat. Our fee helps our company offset the cost of the infrastructure and allow us in time to provide clean safe drinking water to our local community. Your understanding is greatly appreciated and principally why the founder began the venture in aiding Indonesia island water crisis
(Note II: Check in 11.00 AM, Check out: 12.00 PM)
|Entry & Exit Clearance||
|CLOSEST||1. Zainuddin Abdul Madjid International Airport (LOP)/ (66.8Km)|
|CLOSEST||Lombok City Center (57.4 km)|
1. Regional General Hospital Kota Mataram (55.9 Km)
2. Rumah Sakit Umum Provinsi Labu Api (48.8 km)
3. RSAD Wira Bhakti(56.7 km)
4. Islamic Hospital Siti Hajar (56.7 km)
PT Marine Del Ray (the Marina Operator) accepts no responsibility for the care or safety of any person, vessel or other property within or on the Gili Gede Lombok Marina (the Marina). All persons visiting and/or bringing their vessels into the Marina do so at their own risk and agree to abide by these Marina Rules and indemnify the Marina Operator for any loss caused by that person or vessel. Nothing in these Marina Rules shall be construed to alter, in any way, the provisions of the Marina Rental Agreement entered with the Marina Operator in relation to the berthing of a vessel in the Marina.
All persons on the Marina Assets and the owners of all vessels or other property within the Marina and restriction zone shall observe all directions given to them by the Marina Manager and staff. The Marina Manager can direct any person to leave the Marina and any person who fails to comply with such a direction shall be treated as a trespasser on the Marina. The Marina Manager’s decision on all matters is final. The Marina Manager can act through a nominated representative.
All vessel owners and visitors within the Marina must comply with the Marina Regulations in force (and as amended from time to time). Vessel owners who breach any of these Marina Rules or any Regulations may have their Berth Rental Agreement terminated and will be required to remove their vessel from the Marina. Guests of the vessel owner who breach any of these Marina Rules or any Regulations maybe asked to leave the Marina. Contractors of the vessel owner who breach any of these Marina Rules or any Regulations will be suspended or banned from working within the Marina and/or on Gili Gede.
The berthing period is 11:00am to 11:00am.
Only vessels in a seaworthy condition and under their own power will be admitted to the Marina. All vessels must be registered, identified, marked, equipped and maintained as required by law and safe boating practice. Upon a vessel entering the Marina it shall immediately be subject to the direction of Marina Staff and shall be berthed only where ordered and maneuvered as directed. No change of berth or moorings shall be made without the express permission of the Marina Manager. All boats cannot anchor in the Main channel. Boats may only anchor in the exclusion zone for up to 24 hours only.
All vessels within the Marina must have current public liability insurance against liability for any loss or damage to property and for the death or injury to any person caused by, through or in connection with the vessel for an insured amount of at least $US 5,000,000 and comprehensive insurance to the replacement value of the vessel which includes full salvage cost and environmental clean-up with an insurer approved by the Marina Manager. A copy of that insurance policy and annual renewal record of that policy must be provided to the Marina Manager upon request.
Vessel owners are responsible for the security of their own vessel.
NOTICE TO MARINERS
THESE RULES MAY CHANGE FROM TIME TO TIME WITHOUT NOTICE!
Fueling shall only take place at the designated area.
Berthing at the fuel dock for purposes other than fueling is strictly prohibited. Bulk fuel supplies over 500 liters can and should be arranged in advance with the marina Manager. The person in charge of the vessel is responsible for ensuring that no environmental harm is caused by the spilling of fuel or oil during fueling. Any incidents must immediately be reported to Marina staff who will determine any steps necessary to rectify any problems.
Refuse, garbage and plastic bags shall not be thrown overboard but must be placed in the rubbish bins provided. Recycling bins are also available. If the refuse items are too large, the Marina Staff will assist in arranging for their disposal. Please contact Marina staff to arrange for the disposal of oil and fuel. These items are not, under any circumstances to be placed in the general rubbish bins. Poisonous, noxious, dangerous or offensive substances, or things (including without limitation, oil, spirits, inflammables, oily bilge refuse, toilet and shower effluent) must not be discharged into any part of the Marina. Any pollution or discharge must immediately be reported to Marina staff who will determine any steps necessary to rectify any problems. Any oil leaks must be contained by a suitable method and the collected oils must be disposed of in the oil recycling container located on site. Any such incident must immediately be reported to Marina staff. Any unattended vessel found to be leaking oil or fuel or discharging bilge or sullage water in the Marina will be dealt with in the following manner:
Major repairs or refit (including construction works, welding, metal grinding or cutting and spray painting) are strictly prohibited within the Marina. Vessels requiring major works need to be moved to the Service Wall or Hardstand prior to work being commenced. Minor repairs, internal painting, mechanical adjustment, varnishing, epoxy and electrical work are permitted within the Marina provided the work does not interfere with normal marina operations, create an annoyance to other berth occupiers or is averse to the environment. Hull maintenance activities which release toxic pollutants into the marine environment are prohibited. The use of sanders and scrapers must be contained on the vessel and vacuumed to avoid pollution and soiling of other vessels.
The Marina Manager may direct the vessel owner and/or their contractors to stop sanding or scraping if the Marina Manager deems such work should be undertaken on the Service Wall or Hardstand. Vessel owners who engage contractors other than businesses approved to conduct work within the Marina must inform the Marina Office of the contractor’s details. All contractors working within the Marina must provide the Marina Manager with copies of their current insurance policies and are required to be inducted to the Marina WH&S procedures prior to working within the Marina. At the discretion of the Marina Manager, contractors may dive the vessel to assess any damage to the vessel’s hull or undertake minor mechanical works in the berthing area. Under no circumstance is a boat allowed to be dry docked on the islands, which are classed as a Tourism Zone, which prohibits such work from within the region. The Marina Manager can advise the best location for this type of work and provide a list of its recommended service contractors.
All Berthing fees are paid in advance on arrival.
Berth Reservation Policy
Berth Bookings will be held based on your boats arrival and departure. We ask that if owners are expecting delays to inform us by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
All care is flexibility is given as we conditions change however, we don’t want anyone to miss out. Your assistance is greatly appreciated for the benefit all sailors. Fair winds from the team at operations@ Marina Del Ray Lombok.
All Foreign Yachts, including Private Super Yachts, must provide the following documents to Customs:
Clearance Application Form
Down load and complete the Clearance Application form (see below). Please answer all questions and ensure the Captain, Owner or authorized representative, who will be present during the physical clearance process, signs and stamps the application.
Upload your Clearance Docs using the Upload form
After receiving your completed documents, Customs will register your Vessel for entry into Indonesian waters in 24 hours.
You will also be notified by the Marina by email and in most cases, you will be sent your Vessel Declaration (VD) if time permits with your planned ETA to Lombok Marina.
Yachts should hail their arrival VHF 16 & 72, and await instruction. Normally you will be asked to standby on one of our Quarantine buoys and be greeted by our Marina crew who will take you to our Clearance Port office for Quarantine, Customs, Immigration and Harbor clearance.
Please have your Vessel’s health declaration available when first greeted by our staff who will send your copy to Quarantine for approval.
Crews from most countries can obtain a free, 30 day Visa on Arrival (VOA). The 30 day VOA can be extended by a second 30 day period by electing to pay a $30 USD fee.
To stay more than 60 days you must apply for a Social Visa at any Indonesian embassy before arriving in Indonesia, this is renewable once.
Lombok Marina will provide a sponsorship letter (required by an Indonesian embassy) if you are applying for a 60-day social Visafree of charge provided your vessel is registered for clearance to Lombok Marina.
Please apply by emailing mailto:email@example.com
Lombok is an island of 4,514 square kilometers in the West Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia, with approximately 3.3 million inhabitants. The island has a unique circular shape with a tail-like shape on its southwest part. It shares some resemblance with Bali in their cultural heritage and stunning landscapes. It is also surrounded by small islands, the Gili.
Since the 2000’s, Lombok shows a steady growth of their tourism sector, which primarily shows in the increasing visitor arrivals. With stunning natural environment that has largely been unspoiled, this area offers a tranquil charm that spreads over its coastlines, forests, and grand mountains. Although beaches are quite a distance from the port of Lembar, every moment of travel is an adventure in this unrefined beauty of an island.
Not to be confused with the beach in Bali, Kuta Beach is located on the south of the island. It boasts 7.2km of clear white sand and dramatic waves. This is where many of the beachside accommodations and amenities are located, although it does not get crowded or polluted.
Attractions in Kuta Beach include:
Pink Beach is located in the further southeast of Lombok. Unlike any beach in the area, this coastline was painted with pink sand due to the microorganisms in its coral breaks. It is advised to rent a driver or take a guided tour, as the road can be quite tricky.
Attractions in Pink Beach include:
A short distance from the city downtown, Mawun Beach is a sight to behold. Its sprawling coastline contrasts the fine white sand against the turquoise sea, with tourists and beach-goers few and far between.
Attractions in Mawun Beach include:
Consisting of two bays, Tanjung Aan sits on the south of the island. The long, stretching bays are plenty of space for visitors to find a peaceful spot to sit or lie around in its fine white sand. The bays are separated by a hill that provides a stunning view overlooking the sea.
Attractions in Tanjung Aan Beach include: