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Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and relax to the rhythm of the coconut trees swaying in the wind. We invite you to join us in our version of paradise.
It is with great sadness that we have to inform you of the passing of Mr Lock Hong Kit.
Many of us knew him as the no-nonsense international jury that presides over all of our regattas - maintaining discipline amongst the sailors during our major events such as the Commodore's Cup and the Ambassadors' Cup.
Armed with a glass of his favourite red wine, he regularly takes to his "throne" in a comfy corner of the Ubin Bar, watching the sailors race along the Johore Straits.
His knowledge and understanding of the racing rules as they've evolved over the years is second to none.
An excellent mentor and gentleman, his life was devoted to the sport of sailing in this region and will be immensely missed by all that have met him over the past decades.
The sailing community has lost a true legend - Rest in Peace, Kit. @ Changi Sailing Club ... See MoreSee Less
Rest in peace Hong Kit. Your presence in SE Asia’s sailing community will be sorely missed. Thank you for your dedication to our sport and for consistently being accessible and willing to discuss racing, the RRS and sailing, in general.
RIP Hong Kit you will be sorely missed by the SE Asian and the greater sailing community in the South Pacific. And thank you for your great knowledge that you shared with me. Tha k you again RIP.
What great memories we have of Hong Kit. Always ready to discuss and advise.
What an asset to CSC and sailing in Singapore. RIP
Deeply saddened, by this news. Hong Kit was always, so generous with sharing his knowledge and experience, in Sailing. True gentleman.
Sad day for the worlds sailing community!!!!
Was lucky enough to spend time with Kit while working at Changi oh yeah and also in the protest room!!!! RIP Kit
Hong Kit, you were a calm, extremely knowledgeable true gentlemen who was always happy to discuss. You will be dearly missed. Our deepest condolences.
Rest in peace, Lock Hong Kit. A great and humble person that I knew since my teenage days.
How very sad, Kit will be very sorely missed by many generations of sailors for the great work he did. I don’t know of anyone else that has done so much to influence and promote sailing in SEA and Singapore in particular.
A great and humble man. Miss having🍷wine with [email protected] bar. May his soul RIP🙏
Rest in Peace Mr Lock. Thank for the assistance in HJC.
My heartfelt condolences to the Club, friends, family and loved ones. ❤️
I knew Hong Kit since 1970. A gentleman. Sadly missed by all my family members. May his soul rest in peace.
So sad that I never got to do a last drink at the CSC bar with Kit after the lockdown. A scholar and a gentleman. He will be sorely missed
Learnt to sail with Kit - his infectious enthusiasm, warmth and friendship will be sadly missed. Rest In Peace.
RIP Hong Kit. You will be sorely missed.
Wonderful, unassuming and humble man. Taught me gymnastics and art in school. RIP sir😢
May his soul rest in peace. Hong Kit was race official for RCSS on many occasions.
A wonderful man I have known my entire life. I’ll miss those lovely evenings chatting at the bar. Dearly loved and dearly missed. X
We lost one of greatest mentors for sailors in Spore. We are going to miss him a lot. 😢
Such a sad loss rest in peace 😔
An Officer and A Gentleman...Rest In Peace Kit....
Eight Bells. Kit was one of my Optimist coaches way back in the 70's and early 80's. Fair winds and following seas. ⛵️
Rest in peace... 😥
Rest In Peace...
A wonderful human being. Leslie and Pamela Sharpe.
The following services and facilities will be available from 19th June: 1. F & B Outlets 2. Membership & Accounts Services 4. Ferry and Boat Launching Services 5. Boat Charter 6. Sailing your own boat. Refer to Port Marine Circular 28 for details.
The following facilities and activities will be available on a later date: 1. Swimming Pool (pending water quality tests) 2. Chalets (July onwards) 3. Adult Dinghy, Optimist Introductory and Keelboat Competent Crew Sailing Courses (July onwards) 4. PPCDL Courses (July onwards) 5. Saturday Adult Dinghy Training (4th July onwards) 6. Sunday Youth Training Programme (Junior & Racing) (5th July onwards) 7. BBQ Pits
All re-opening of activities, service and facilities will be subjected to the following restrictions/guidelines: 1. SafeEntry Check-in and Check-out 2. Temperature-taking before entering the premises 3. Safe Distancing (minimum 1m apart) 4. Wear a mask at all appropriate times 5. Limited to 5 per group for F&B dining in and social gatherings 6. Practice good personal hygiene at all times 7. Seniors who are especially vulnerable, should continue to exercise caution and stay at home as much as possible.
🥳 Hurray! See you at the Club.
Best Regards The Management and Committee Changi Sailing Club ... See MoreSee Less
Welcome to our secret hideaway on Singapore’s northeastern rim. At the water’s edge and beneath coconut trees in rhythm to the winds, we invite you to escape the hustle and bustle of the city with us in our version of paradise.