History & Culture

Hong Kong’s history started  with fishermen and salt production some 7000 years ago.  Not much was going on here: a few small fishing villages and a pirate haven. Hong Kong started to develop as trade hub for tea, silk and opium in the late 1800’s. 

 

From a small trading post in and after 2 Opium wars it became the Metropole we know today. There are many interesting historical sites and visiting those will make you realize how unique this city is.  

Highlights

  • Sail past significant landmarks that shaped the history of HKG​

  • Visit the most important Tin Hau (goddess of the sea) temple of the fishing folk

  • Cruise to Cheung Chau to attend  the Cheung Chau  bun festival

  • Sail to Ping Chau to admire the pink rock formations

  • Old salt plans on Yim Tin Tsai

  • Visit Haka village in Double Haven

Image by Sergio Capuzzimati

Charter Yachts Available

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Seawind 1600

13M
12 Guests 
2 Crew 

Best sailing catamaran in HKG. Incredible indoor/outdoor space. 3 comfortable cabins, 2 bathrooms plus a hot/cold deck shower.

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Wayfoong

21M
16 Guests 
3 Crew 

This beautifully Burmese teak built has been restored again in Aberdeen during last summer thus offering one of the most beautiful classic charter yachts in HKG.

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Sunseeker 131

40M
40 Guests 
8 Crew 

The largest and most luxurious tri-deck yacht for charter in Hong Kong. An excellent choice for big parties or company outings.

Interested in this Charter?