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Designing
Hong Kong's harbour
Government planners and consultants met with water sports epresentatives and marine recreation professionals in June to discuss plans for the Wan Chai North and North Point harbourfront area . . .
 
The seventh edition of the Macau International Dinghy Regatta began on Saturday, the 18th of June 2016, in a moderate to fresh breeze, under a clear, sunny sky. There were 44 entries, with the biggest ever Optimist fleet of 22 sailors. Altogether, 68 sailors took part. . . .
 

We had great winds for the first day of the COA Midsummer Rally over the Mayday weekend. Fifteen knots of wind rapidly propelled the three separate fleets of a dozen or so participants . . .

 
It was the 15th edition of the region’s largest boat show. Held from Friday, the 29th of April, to Monday, the 2nd of May 2016, the event has established itself admirably given the proliferation of shows and fairs that once beset Hong Kong, and the many attempts that are now plaguing the Mainland nearby . . .
 
Talk about fun! Sports boats are just perfect for the conditions in Hong Kong being light, nimble and capable of great turns of speed. There is nothing better than hiking out or being on a trapeze at 17 knots in a cloud of spray! Or equally satisfying doing 5 knots with the kiteup in just 3 knots of breeze, watching other boats disappear in your wake . . .
 
Mr Fan

Macau movesFan Kwei Sum, or Mr Fan to wooden boat owners in Hong Kong, was born in Canton not long before his family moved to
Hong Kong in 1936. His father set up a slipway in Stanley and, with five generations of shipwrights before him, became a noted builder of fishing boats on Hong Kong Island . . .

 
Macau moves
 
 
 
 
 
Tides for Quarry Bay

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