Sindo Ferry
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Open tickets are valid for up to 12 months from booking date (see ticket conditions).

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Sindo Ferry

Sindo Ferry connect Singapore with numerous islands in the Riau Islands Province of Indonesia.

The Sindo Ferry brand was created following the acquisition of Penguin Ferry Services in 2011 and is currently the largest ferry company in Singapore.

From their ferry terminals at Harbourfront Centre and Tanah Merah, Sindo Ferries sail daily to the Batam Island terminals at Batam Centre, Sekupang and Waterfront as well as Tanjung Balai on Great Karimun island and Tanjung Pinang on Bintan Island.

Part of a regional network of leisure companies, Sindo have over 20 years of experience in the passenger ferry sector and continually deliver the best travel experience to their customers.

With their fleet of 13 vessels, Sindo back up their excellent reputation in leisure and business travel with one of the most advanced and most modern fleet of passenger ferries, regularly investing in their existing fleet to make it more comfortable, economical and faster from a to b.

All of the Sindo ferries are fully certified and well maintained and can carry anything from 150 to 300 passengers, depending on the vessel and feature spacious and comfortable seats.

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