Founded over 150 years ago, the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club is one of the oldest in the world. The main clubhouse and facilities are on the Hong Kong Island side of the busy Victoria Harbour. The club is not a marina berth facility as such and access to the jetty is limited to drop off and pick up only. Visitors are welcome and limited berthing for cruising yachts is available at RHKYC at Shelter Cove. Contact: sailingrhkyc.org.hk
This well protected harbour in the southwest of Hong Kong Island has over 200 marina berths and space for a further 200 yachts on the hardstand, together with lifting facilities and full services for the cruising yacht. This is a designated typhoon shelter. Contact: suggestionamchk.com.hk
Situated on the east side of Lantau Island this marina has over 200 berths. There are lift out facilities and dry storage for smaller boats, supply of fuel and water and the clubhouse has all the usual amenities. There are regular ferry services to Hong Kong Island and the new Hong Kong International Airport is nearby. Marina Club Discovery Bay is a designated typhoon shelter. Contact: winnie.my.leunghkri.com
Situated on the mainland in the western New Territories north of Lantau, this marina has over 200 berths. A 5-star development protected by a breakwater, there are many facilities at the clubhouse. This is another designated typhoon shelter with road links to Kowloon and Hong Kong. Contact: marinagoldcoastclub.com.hk
Hong Kong Marina is located in the eastern New Territories within a large sheltered bay. It has 250 berths, a number of which are suitable for superyachts. Contact: marina_hkmactimail.com
On the opposite side of the bay to Hong Kong Marina, this yacht club has 240 swinging moorings and space for 50 yachts on the hardstand. The moorings are often fully occupied but there is space to anchor.
This is a popular base for many visiting yachts. The yard has slipway services and a crane and repair services are available. It is far from the city centre but has good road links. Contact: hhychhyc.org.hk
There are a number of designated typhoon shelters some of which
are listed below.
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