Eventually that decision brought us to the tiny isle of Lazarus, located, literally, in the shadow of Singapore’s financial district. Isolated it is not. Lazarus is surrounded by 700 or so anchored freighters in one of the busiest ports on the planet, and there were never fewer than 200 targets on my AIS when we were anchored there. A number of ferry companies run hourly trips. On the weekends, the island is awash with fishermen, yachties, jet skiers, swimmers, sand sculptors, windsurfers, shell collectors, kite surfers, scuba divers and day-charter headboats.