Medana Bay Marina welcomes you to our facility under development in North Lombok. Land-side phase one was completed in late 2011 and the floating berthing pontoons with services in early 2012.
Our hotel, with 17 twin or double bedded rooms all with en-suite bathrooms, air conditioning, TV and WiFi with a convenient desk and appliance power points, has been operating since December 2011 and is available at discounted rates for participants of Sail Indonesia. Please book through the form below or contact the reservation desk at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
The Meeting Hall is able to accommodate up to 250 attendees in different configurations and has an adjacent kitchen and covered dining area. This has been busy these last few months with meetings, seminars, organization rallies and also weddings.
The mooring basin is centred on 08°21.833’S and 116°07.750’E with an approach transit point almost due north at 08°20.432’S and 116°07.685’E. Please refer to our Sea Chart below.
The approach from the east tracks through 08°20.067’S and 116°08.361’E in deep water to our transit point at 08°20.432’S and 116°07.685’E when it bears south into Medana Bay – sometimes called Teluk Dalem, meaning Deep Bay. If your approach is a little to the north of this track you may be surprised by the depths suddenly becoming shallower from over 20m to just 7m as you pass over some coral. Don’t be alarmed – you do still have 7m of water in this shallow spot.
The approach from the west tracks in north of Gili Air and Gili Trawangan to the same transit point.
The mooring basin is at 08°21.833’S 116°07.750’E with an approach transit point almost due north at 08°20.432’S and 116°07.685’E. Please refer to our Sea Chart and ‘google earth’ map.
From the transit point please observe and align your transit with the Leading Marks set beside our pontoons on the beach – two white squares with red outlines. These will bring you safely along a deep water channel 300m wide and 30m deep into the central mooring area 150m wide and 15m deep. At night time the rear upper marker has a white vertical strip light, and the lower forward light is a vertical blue strip.
Unfortunately our Port (red) and Starboard (green) marker buoys, set at 4m depth near the coral reefs, are subject to vandalism by local fisherman. It is best to follow the Leading Marks.
The attached Sea Track is a download kindly supplied by Jackie & Brian of SV ‘Songster’ on September 2009 using the ‘MaxSea’ system on CMAP with skipper Brian’s hand written comments.
Please refer to this Sea Track and our Transit Point approach map from google.
Please contact our office on firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephone to +62 370 661 0037 or by fax to +62 370 633 564 with your expected arrival details.