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Tsui Wah Ferry

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Tsui Wah Ferry

Tsui Wah Ferry's kaito for Aberdeen to Yung Shue Wan.
Tsui Wah Ferry's kaito for Wong Shek Pier to Tap Mun.
Tsui Wah Ferry's kaito for Aberdeen to Po Toi Island.

Tsui Wah Ferry Service (H. K.) Ltd (Chinese: 翠華船務(香港)有限公司) is a ferry service operator in Hong Kong.


Tsui Wah Ferry was established in 1986. In the beginning its business only involved leasing ferries. Today the company provide ferry services to passengers as well as for lease.[1]



  1. ^ 翠華船務(香港)有限公司《為客戶提供各類客船租賃、承包及買賣服務,營辦持牌渡輪航線服務》 Retrieved on 20 April 2011.

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