Chu Kong Passenger Transport Co., Ltd

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Chu Kong Passenger Transport (CKPT) is a subsidiary of Chu Kong Shipping Enterprises (CKS) and operates ferry services between Hong Kong and cities in Guangdong province, China.

History[edit]

The company was established in Hong Kong in July 1985 and is the subsidiary of Hong Kong Chu Kong Shipping Enterprises (Holdings) Company Limited.

Routes[edit]

Terminals in Hong Kong:

The cities served by CKS include:

Terminals/Ports[edit]

Ports and terminals have full customs and immigration desks, as well as ticket offices.

A list of ports used by CKS:

  • China Ferry Terminal / 中港城碼頭
  • Macau Ferry Terminal / 港澳碼頭
  • Zhuhai (Jiu Zhou) / 珠海(九洲)
  • Zhong Shan / 中山
  • Skypier (Hong Kong International Airport) / 海天碼頭
  • Shun De / 順德
  • Lian Hua Shan
  • Jiang Men / 江門
  • He Shan / 鶴山
  • Tai Ping / 太平
  • Gao Ming / 高明
  • Dou Men / 斗門
  • Shekou/Shenzhen / 蛇口

Fleet[edit]

The CKS fleet consists of catamarans built in Australia and China. Most ships are registered in China:

  • Hai Kun: 352 passenger ex-Zhao-Qing delivered in 1997 by Austal Ships of Australia.
  • Hai Liang (海亮)
  • Hai Chi (海弛)
  • Hai Zhu (海珠)
  • Hai Yang (海洋)
  • Hai Bin (海濱)
  • Hai Chang (海昌)
  • Qi Jiang (岐江)
  • Zhong Shan (中山)
  • Yi Xian Hu (逸仙湖)
  • Xing Zhong (興中)
  • Cui Heng Hu (翠亨湖)
  • Shun Dei (順德)
  • Shun Feng (順風)
  • Shun Shui (順水)
  • Shun Jing (順景)
  • Lian Shan Hu (蓮山湖)
  • Lian Gang Hu (蓮港湖)
  • Peng Lai Hu (蓬萊湖)
  • Peng Xing (鵬星)
  • Wu Yi Hu (五邑湖)
  • Tai Jian (太建)
  • Dong Tai An (東太安)
  • Dong Fang Chun (東方春)
  • Gang Zhou (岡州)
  • Xin He Shan (新鶴山)
  • Tai Shan (台山)

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