Frequently Asked Questions
“What is Float @ The Bay?”
We are Singapore’s very first Floating Bar and Dinner Cruise, looking to provide you with brand new experiences on the Singapore River.
“What are the operating hours?”
Our Floating Bar is open daily from 5pm till 12 midnight. At the moment, our Dinner Cruise is open weekly on Thursday, Friday and Saturday.
“Do I have to purchase tickets to get on board? How much is a ticket?”
We have a minimum spending amount of $38 per guest.
You can make a reservation here.
Do get in touch with us at least 2 hours in advance so we can make the necessary arrangements.
“Where are the pick-up points?”
We currently have five pick-up points, all situated along the Singapore River. If you are due for a pick-up, do wait at the River Explorer kiosks as our boats stop in front of them!
- Robertson Quay – Across Alkaff Bridge
- Clarke Quay – Beside Liang Court / Novotel
- Boat Quay – Raffles Place, in front of UOB Plaza
- Clifford Pier – Beside Fullerton Bay Hotel
- Marina Bay Sands - Below the Art Science Museum
*Our boats will dock only at the locations where reservations for pick-up have been made.
“I would like to have a private party on board. Is that possible?”
Most definitely! It would be our pleasure to make the necessary arrangements for you. We offer various packages inclusive of drinks, food and music catering to different occasions and parties of varying sizes. For more information, do take a look at the Private Charter page.
“Can we bring our own food & drinks on board?”
As we are an F&B establishment, we kindly request that you do not consume outside food and drinks on our premises.
“Are toilets available on board?”
Due to space constraints, we are unfortunately unable to install restroom facilities on board our boats. We do however stop for routine restroom breaks along the way. Kindly inform our crew on board if you need a break urgently.
“How do we alight?”
Kindly let our crew know when you wish to alight and we’ll drop you off at your preferred drop-off point.
“Is there a dress code for your premises?”
Smart-casual, please. No sandals or slippers are allowed on board.