Chu Kong Passenger Transport Co., Ltd

Hai Chang catamaran at Hong Kong China Ferry Terminal.

Chu Kong Passenger Transport (CKPT; traditional Chinese: 珠江客運; simplified Chinese: 珠江客运; pinyin: Zhūjiāng Kèyùn; Jyutping: zyu1 gong1 haak3 wan6 "Pearl River Transport") is a subsidiary of Chu Kong Shipping Enterprises (CKS) and operates ferry services between Hong Kong and cities in Guangdong province, China, as well as Macau.

HistoryEdit

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 and portsEdit

 
CKS counter within the Shun Tak Centre.
 
Xin He Shan catamaran at Fuyong Pier.

Terminals in Hong Kong:

Ports and terminals have full customs and immigration desks, as well as ticket offices. The ports served by CKS outside of Hong Kong include:

FleetEdit

 
Hai Liang catamaran.
 
Lian Zhu Hu catamaran.
 
Shun Shui catamaran.

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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