an authentic Chinese junk from the aqua restaurant group, has launched a new sailing route to Stanley Market every Saturday and
route is aqualuna’s first outside of Hong Kong harbour, and the
company is hoping it will become a ‘must do’ for tourists visiting
Departing on both Saturdays and Sundays at 12 noon, guests will
be able to enjoy a relaxed 90 minute sailing before arriving in style at Blake Pier at
1:45pm. Once there, guests can step into Stanley’s colourful market and hunt for bargains galore, lunch at one of the many the street-side cafes
or restaurants, visit the Tin Hau Temple or sightsee at any one of a number of historical sights before boarding aqualuna at 3:30pm to leisurely
head back to Central.
Onboard aqualuna, guests can lounge on luxurious, sunken sofas and cushions on the upper open deck whilst soaking up the sunshine, or sit
comfortably at beautifully designed, dark wooden Chinese dining tables and chairs on the main deck never missing a moment of the
mesmerising skyline from Victoria Harbour to unexplored corners of coastline.
The new day cruises
costs HK$190 one way and HK$290 for a round trip journey, including one beverage each way.
Every Saturday and Sunday
Public Pier 1, Cultural Centre, TST 12 o’clock
Public Pier 9, Central 12:15
Arrive at Stanley for lunch and shopping 13:45
Leave from Stanley (Blake Pier) 15:30
Arrive at Public Pier 1, Cultural Centre, TST 17:00
Arrive at Pier 9, Central 17:15
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