Our facilities

  • 234 wet berths including 6 berths for superyachts
  • Water supply
  • Electricity supply, single phase and 3 phase from 63A to 400A
  • Complimentary access to full Wi-Fi coverage
  • Showers and restrooms
  • Swimming pool
  • In-house gym and spa
  • 24 hours security
  • Maintenance services
  • Laundry, fax, and telephone services
  • Langkawi Tide Table

    Click the button below to download the 2024 Langkawi Tide Table



    RLYC members wishing to visit affiliated clubs are required to notify marina@langkawiyachtclub.com and obtain a Letter of Introduction.


    The Aseanarean Bluewater Alliance or ABA was formed to serve as a strategic alliance of premier cruising clubs and marinas. Its purpose is to promote nautical lifestyles and seamless marine tourism, by offering premier destinations, sharing local knowledge and offering special privileges for cruising yachtsmen and to support cruising yachts.

    The Aseanarean region is defined as the seas encompassing the 10 Asean nations of Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.

    The ABA networks are:

  • Raffles Marina (Singapore)
  • Phuket Boat Lagoon (Thailand)
  • Ocean Marina Yacht Club (Thailand)
  • The Royal Selangor Yacht Club (Malaysia)
  • Krabi Boat Lagoon (Thailand)
  • Admiral Marina & Leisure Club (Malaysia)
  • Bali Marina (Indonesia)
  • Batavia Sunda Kelapa Marina (Indonesia)
  • Nongsa Point Marina (Indonesia)
  • Straits Quay Marina (Malaysia)
  • Sutera Harbour (Malaysia)
  • Batavia Marina Club Jakarta (Indonesia)