Opposite the Hong Kong Marina, this is a private members’ club. Non-members enter only on invitation by a member, subject to conditions, or by registration for an event. It’s far from the city centre, but has good road links and is popular with visiting yachts.
The yacht club has 53 dedicated walk-on walk-off berths that can accommodate boats from 12 to 18 metres. There are 3 guest berths for members and non-members who need temporary berthing.
All berths are fully serviced with electricity and water. The yacht club also has 213 swing moorings that can take boats from 5‑18 metres. A sampan service will run members from and to their moorings (call 9272 6204 or 9272 6205 for sampan operators). In addition, 200 hardstanding bays are available for speedboats and jet skis. The boatyard has slipway services and a crane and repair services are available.
Under the “Special Arrangements” clause of the Immigration Department, skippers of overseas yachts may berth directly at Hebe Haven Yacht Club ‘Big Yellow Pin’ on the South Pontoon at about 22°21.867N, 114°15.692E, instead of anchoring at the Immigration Anchorage for Inward Immigration Clearance.
T. +852 2719 9682 / www.hhyc.org.hk
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