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To Offshore Industrial Islands
You are allowed to carry items through the Departure Gate as long as it complies with the following measurement:
10 kg per person
55cm x 40cm x 20cm
These are the requirement for baggages for check in. Each boarding pass has 20 kg free baggage allowance. Any more than that is considered excess baggage, with the limit of 30 kg per item.
30 kg per item
20 kg per boarding pass
Not transferable nor for use together with other Boarding Pass
S$1 per kg or part thereof for all check-in items in excess of the 20kg allowance
up to a maximum of 40kg per passenger
Odd size items have different requirement, as stated below.
S$10 per item up to 30 kg
– Surfboards, wakeboards, bicycles
– Long item that exceeds 1.5m in length
– Large item that exceeds the dimensions of 100cm x 60cm x 30cm
– Item that poses a safety hazard if hand-carried
Ferry Operators: Get your ferry operator’s contact details
Immigration & Customs : Find out more info
Improperly Packed Items :
Items not properly or inadequately packed or bundled for safe handling will be refused check-in.
Prohibited Check-in Items :
All Cargo and commercial items or items not adequately packed or bundled for safe handling will not be accepted for check-in at the counter. For items not listed, you may refer to your respective ferry operator for advice.
For the list of items prohibited in Singapore, please visit Singapore Immigration website.
Singapore Cruise Centre shall not be held liable for water damage to baggage, damage to the baggage exterior, such as scratches, dents, stains or fixtures (e.g. – handles, wheels), loss of any undeclared items, and loss or damage of items in unsuitably packed or unsecured baggage