26 June 2012

Floating barriers installed along Sentosa shore

Floating barriers are being constructed along Sentosa, with the western end possibly affecting natural shores at Tanjung Rimau just off Rasa Sentosa.
The floating barriers are possibly similar to those installed across Pasir Ris beach and probably part of overall efforts to build barriers and fences on our shores.
Living shores of Sentosa, Singapore
Here's a look at the natural shores at Sentosa near Rasa Sentosa. It is one of the sites monitored by TeamSeagrass.


Construction of floating sea barrier at Sentosa Cove
from Port Marine Notice NO. 51 OF 2012 dated 20 April 2012

With effect from 01 May 12 to 30 Sept 12. 24 hrs daily including Sundays and Public Holidays. Off Sentosa Island in the vicinity of Palawan Beach (see attached chartlet):
The construction works cover installation of marker buoys with sinkers and FSB (Floating Sea Barrier) blue drums linked up with stainless steel chain. A safety boat will be deployed in the vicinity to warn other craft to keep clear of the working area. Further general enquiries relating to the project can be directed to Mr Tan Puay Cheow, the project manager at Tel: 9845 2108 (email: pctan@oung.com.sg).

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