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Old 08-03-2009, 11:26   #1
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Hong Kong Moorage

Looking to travel to Hong Kong and would like any current information on the availability of moorage for a month or more.

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Old 08-03-2009, 13:24   #2
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Might be some good info here:
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Old 08-03-2009, 16:22   #3
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Potential space

Like elsewhere, there are places which are packed out and others with tons of space. Depends what you want.
Sai Kung has marinas and yacht clubs which might be useful for short term.
Aberdeen packed but might find a spot for a month.
Cheung Chau, Lamma Island have spare capacity.
HK has typhoons of course so need to think typhoon refuges - many available.
Weighing it up I would look at Sai Kung or Cheung Chau which is a 40 min ferry ride from central and good harbour. Need to check with Maritime Depart but don't think you will have a worry.
PM me if you need more detail.
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Hi Dave, further to info above, depending on whether you want moorage or marina berth - the Saikung/Shelter Cove/Hebe Haven area (Hebe Haven Yacht Club) might be best for available moorings, but probably no available berths, whereas short term marina berths are available at the Gold Coast Yacht Club at Tuen Mun on the opposite (west) side of the New Territories. Let me know if further required. Cheers!
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Middle Island


the moorings in Middle Island is nice and very close to downtown (10 min taxi from Causeway Bay). The moorings are either RHKYC or Aberdeen Boat Club - but there are some private moorings and I believe some are available. PM me if you want the details.

Also: I am looking for a place where I can have my 38ft 19500lbs Down East Yacht hauled out in Hong Kong. I am looking for a place where I can have her on the hard for a few weeks to do some work myself. Anyone knows an affordable place. I dont care so much about how far it is from downtown as I'd go there for a few days or over the weekend.

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