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Established in 1923, The Hongkong and Yaumati Ferry Company, Limited has a long presence in Hong Kong. Pursuant to a corporate restructuring in 1989, the holding company was renamed “Hong Kong Ferry (Holdings) Company Limited”.

The principal activities of the Group include property development and investment, ferry, shipyard and related operations. The Group now employs about 210 staff.

Property Development and Investment

Skypoint Royale
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Starfront Royale
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Seacoast Royale
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Green Code Plaza
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Metro Harbour Plaza
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Harbour Park
All that you desire in West Kowloon.

Overlooking future Ho Man Tin station. A vision defined by the pulse of six railroads.

Green Code
Green Code is the largest residential development in Fanling in nearly a decade, which is situated at No. 1 Ma Sik Road, Fanling, New Territories. It is comprised of four residential towers of 29 storeys each.

The Spectacle
The Group owns a developed project, The Spectacle, at 8 Cho Yuen Street, Yau Tong with the total gross floor area of approximately 160,000 sq. ft..
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Metro Regalia
Situated at 51 Tong Mi Road, the project has a total gross floor area of approximately 53,000 sq. ft..

Shining Heights
The development is located at No. 83, Sycamore Street, with a total of 348 residential units. 4 duplex units are located at 59 – 60/F, which range in size from 2,550 sq.ft. to 3,206 sq.ft. in saleable area.

Metro Harbour View
Metro Harbour View is located at 8 Fuk Lee Street, Tai Kok Tsui, Kowloon. It consists of 10 blocks of residential buildings, divided into 3,520 residential units, plus a 2-storey commercial arcade and about 1,100 car parking spaces.

Other property
The Group has a warehouse site in Yuen Long as investment property.

Ferry, Shipyard and Related Operations

The Group operated ferry services in the territories for over 90 years. Its passenger ferry operations ceased upon transfer of the local ferry licences in January 2000. It retained five vessels to provide services of the carriage of dangerous goods and harbour cruise.

The Shipyard of the Group is located at North Tsing Yi provides ship repairing and maintenance services as well as certain civil engineering services. The shipyard, built on a site of about 200,000 sq. ft. is equipped with the largest and most advanced Syncrolift in Hong Kong. The Syncrolift has a lifting capacity up to 3,000 tonnes, and can lift up various types of ships including ferries, work boats, and pleasure crafts. Equipped with a flexible ship transfer system, the Shipyard can drydock ten vessels simultaneously.