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LONGCHEER YACHT CLUB. 22°33.603N, 114°33.358E

Opened in 1998, facing the beautiful waters of Daya Bay, Longcheer has a club house, 275 berths protected by an 800-metre breakwater, dry storage for 400 boats and a yacht repair workshop and facilities. China registered yachts may sail to Shenzhen and berth at Longcheer Yacht Club, but not Hong Kong or Macau registered yachts.

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