Hong Kong

Hong Kong is one of the most culturally diverse cities in the whole world. With a history that reads like a classic novel, there's so much to see and do here. A cosmopolitan city with a population of seven million, spreading over Hong Kong Island, Kowloon Peninsula, New Territories and over 260 outlying islands, there are many beautiful island tours to choose from. Why not take a cruise in Hong Kong harbour and say hello to the dolphins?



  • You may charter for a whole weekend together with your friends and family;
  • Every morning, have breakfast around 9:00 – 10:30 am, then sail to another island or peaceful bay to enjoy the happy time on the water or beach;
  • -In the afternoon, arrive the target marina or mooring bay. Tourist on island, eat delicious local food and have fun!

Recommend Islands:

  • Sai Kung

    Hong Kong’s Sai Kung district is an adventurer’s dream, with outdoor activities on offer and remote islands to explore. Known as the "back garden of Hong Kong", Sai Kung has been able to retain its natural scenery, and where the Hong Kong Global Geopark is located. Behind the modern buildings, a lot of traditional customs and cultures are still retained in the rural villages. As a former fishing village, Sai Kung Town is a mecca for seafood lovers, locals and tourists alike. 
  • Tai Long Wan for Surfing

    Tai Long Wan is a 3 kilometer-wide bay on the east coast of the Sai Kung Peninsula. Considered one of the most beautiful places in Hong Kong, it is a popular surf destination. In Chinese, Tai Long Wan translates as Big Wave Bay, which indicates its strong currents. It is a large bay with white sand beaches flanked by rugged headlands, backed by abandoned fields beyond which rise some impressive hills. There are rocky islets offshore; beyond them is the South China Sea (Mirs Bay); in onshore winds the swell is indeed impressive, all the more so as the sea is relatively unpolluted, and can be a splendid tropical blue or turquoise.
  • Shek O Village in colors

    Shek O Village has a history of some 200 years. It was established by fishermen. Most of buildings are painted with different colors, which is quite attractive. Shek O Beach is a sandy public beach at Shek O. The water quality is fair and is gazetted Grade 2. It is a popular weekend and holiday destination, offering a public barbecue area and many restaurants. The rocky cliffs provide an excellent place for sports climbing. Due to the isolated location of Shek O, the environment near the beach remains rustic and quiet, which is one of the area’s main attractions? 

  • Lamma Island, where west meets east

    Lamma Island is the third largest island in Hong Kong. Lamma is peaceful and tranquil with an abundance of natural scenery. Buildings higher than three storeys are prohibited and there are no automobiles but diminutive fire trucks and ambulances, as well as distinctive open-back vehicles to transport construction materials. The community's only means of transport is either by foot or bicycle. Lamma provides an alternative to the hectic life in the city. Property and rents are cheap compared with those of central Hong Kong. These factors have attracted a significant expatriate community to Lamma Island. It is also popular with younger people and a haven for artists and musicians.Yung Shue Wan (Banyan Bay) is the most populated area on Lamma Island. There are seafood restaurants, pubs, grocery stores and shops which sell oriental and Indian-style handicraft.
  • Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geopark

    Hong Kong’s modern cityscape belies its wealth of natural green resources. Our bustling metropolis has more than 40 per cent of its land designated as protected green areas. In addition to providing a habitat for our myriad flora and fauna, this verdant countryside is home to world-class rock formations and other interesting geological features. Most of these sites are in close proximity to the city, so visitors can easily reach them for a pleasurable and educational outdoor experience.

Boat Introduction:

    NAUTITECH 40 OPEN 4 cabins for 8 persons max;
    Rent per day: RMB26,800 (From Monday to Thursday)
    Rent per day: RMB29,800 (From Friday to Sunday and Holidays)
    Book now, we will offer van to pick up from and to Marina, wine and fruit.