Date : 28 Sep 2019 - 28 Sep 2019
Time : 5.30 am to 2.30 pm
Location : Singapore Strait

Meet Lim Kim Keang at 5.30 am sharp at One Degree 15 Marina Club in Sentosa Cove (waiting area between Cold Storage and 7-Eleven at car-park).

Members Only - Registration Needed

September's pelagic trip is undertaken to view seabirds on their autumn migration.  We will sail the Singapore Strait and turn around between the end of Changi and north of Batam.  Expect Swift and Lesser Crested Terns and the less common Bridled and Aleutian Terns.  Swinhoe's Storm Petrels undertake their southwards migration at this time too.  With luck, we may also encounter the odd shearwater, skua and even frigatebird!

Things to bring
Breakfast and lunch, sun-block, hat.  Wear a long-sleeved shirt preferably.  Chilled bottled water and canned drinks will be provided on board.
A valid passport is needed to clear immigration at sea.

To register
Please register with Lee Ee Ling (HP: 96935870) at with the following details:
1.  Full Name as it appears in your passport
2.  Passport Number
3.  Date of Issue
4.  Date of Expiry
5.  Date of Birth
6.  Nationality

For foreign citizens, you will also need to submit your re-entry permit, work visa or student permit, whichever is applicable.

Registration is on a first-come-first-served basis.

Closing Date
8 September 2019, or earlier when all places are filled.

Maximum Number of Participants
Due to vessel restrictions, the trip is limited to eight (8) members only.

Parents with Children
Children are not allowed for safety reasons.

Those prone to sea-sickness are strongly advised not to participate.

A fee of $100 per person to cover the cost of the boat is payable.

No refunds will be made if confirmed participants do not turn up for any reason.

If there are less than eight enrolments, the trip may be cancelled and all fees will be refunded.