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ROYAL HONG KONG YACHT CLUB. 22°17.900N, 114°10.573E

Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club’s rich and colourful history stretches back to 1849. 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 the Club’s Shelter Cove base.

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