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MACAU FISHERMAN’S WHARF. 22°11.519N, 113°33.474E

This soon-to-be-opened new yacht club is part of Macau Legend’s redevelopment of Fisherman’s Wharf, next to the Outer Harbour Ferry Terminal. The mooring area has been completed, with an expansion plan to increase its size, and inclusion of a yacht club with immigration facilities.

The Macau government has confirmed that the facility will have its own border post, the first of its kind to offer immigration facilities to visitors arriving in the city by private leisure boat.

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There appears to be one unofficial typhoon shelter at Fai Chi Kei Dock (Doca da Ilha Verde) 22°12.584N, 113°32.425E

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