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Possibly the last Chinese junk to be painstakingly handcrafted in Hong Kong, aqualuna was created using age old designs and traditional materials by an 80 year old local craftsman. Also known as “Cheung Po Tsai” in Cantonese, aqualuna is named after...more
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Taking the sailboat around Hong Kong harbor was comfortable and allowed for a great view of all lit up buildings in Hong Kong, as well as views of Kowloon. Ride was approximately 1 hour long. We were provided two glasses of wine. There is plenty...More
This was what I wanted to do most while visiting Hong Kong. Instead it turned out to be false advertising. We were NOT on a red sail junk like advertised. Instead it was a white sail with sails down. When we asked why the sails...More
I have done the AquaLuna cruise a number of times. Both as a harbour cruise and also the sail to Stanley.
If the weather is good it is the perfect way to see Hong Kong at its best. For the Stanley sail, get there 15...More
A fantastic way to see the HK skyline. Yes it’s more expensive than the Star Ferry, but a much better experience. Try to book the 19:30 departure time because you’ll then be on the river for the 8pm light show. The highlight of my trip...More
There are two AquaLuna boats doing different trips at different times and on different days. You can just go out for a trip round the harbour, can have a full evening meal while watching the light show an so on.
We went on the excellent...More
It is easy to go on and off board. In our experience, it was not crowded. We had the whole upper deck to ourselves and another family. There were PLENTY of room! But if you have elderly people, it might be better to stay on... More
It is easy to go on and off board. In our experience, it was not crowded. We had the whole upper deck to ourselves and another family. There were PLENTY of room! But if you have elderly people, it might be better to stay on the lower part of the boat. I think your family will enjoy it!