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  1. Hong Kong City Views

    Option 1: Immerse yourself in the stunning and iconic Victoria Harbour vistas and then head East towards Kai Tak (the old airport) for calmer waters.

    * Cruising time from Central of about 1 hour each way

    Option 2: Enjoy the spectacular Victoria Harbour and then head West to Tsing Ma Bridge and Stonecutter Bridge, both are beautifully lit at night. Expect sea swells due to the Macau ferry traffic.

    * Cruising time from Central of about 1.5 hours each way

  2. Hong Kong Island Southern Beaches

    Cruise along the southern coast of Hong Kong from Aberdeen to Turtle Cove with stops along the way at Deep Water Bay, Middle Island, South Bay, Repulse Bay, Stanley, and Redhill Peninsula. There are wakeboarding options at Deep Water Bay and Tai Tam.

    * Cruising time from Aberdeen of about 1.5 hours each way

  3. Hong Kong Secluded Beaches

    Option 1: Cruise to Po Toi Island and perhaps eat at one of the local restaurants or hike around the island; there are no buildings in sight on this small island.

    * Cruising time from Aberdeen of about 1.5 hours each way

    Option 2: Cruise from Central or Aberdeen to Sham Wan Beach aka Turtle Beach on Lamma Island, a secluded enclave. For lunch or dinner, you might consider eating at one of the seafood restaurants at Sok Kwu Wan where the well-known Rainbow restaurant is located.

    * Cruising time from Aberdeen of about 1 hour each way

    * Cruising time from Central of about 1.5 hours each way

  4. Around Lamma Island

    Leave from Aberdeen and cruise around Lamma Island stopping along the way at Yung Shue Wan village, Hung Shing Yeh Beach, Lo So Shing Beach, Sham Wan Beach and Sok Kwu Wan.

    * Cruising time of about 3 hours

  5. Further West - Cheung Chau Island

    On the East side of the Cheung Chau, enjoy Tung Wan Beach; on the West side, consider eating at one of the seafood restaurants. There are bike rental options on the island. Cheung Chau is renowned for its Bun Festival held late-April/early-May. Expect sea swells.

    * Cruising time from Aberdeen of about 2 hours each way

  6. Off the Beaten Track

    Clearwater Bay and the 3 small islands of the Ninepin group aka Kwo Chau Islands. The water is beautifully clear and you may not see another boat in sight!

    * Cruising time from Stanley or Aberdeen of about 2 hours each way, from Central additional engine time may apply.

  7. Sai Kung

    Option 1: Cruise around Sai Kung bay and consider anchoring at Sharp Island, Kau Sai Chau, High Island, or Bluff Island.

    * Cruising time from Aberdeen of about 3.5 hours each way

    * Cruising time from Hebe Haven of about 2 hours each way

    Option 2: Cruise to Long Kee Beach or Tai Long Wan. These are Hong Kong's most spectacular beaches with white sand and rugged emerald hills. This cruise is a magical experience.

    * Cruising time from Hebe Haven of about 2 + hours each way