Sea's Young
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Sea's Young

Sea’s Young is a Chinese ferry operator based in the Pearl River Delta of southeast China, connecting the port of Humen, in Dongguan Province, with Hong Kong Airport.

Owned by the government, Sea’s Young was founded in 1984, boasting decades of experience in managing high-speed passenger ferry services. Moreover, the staff is made up of a professional and dedicated team that is constantly looking for ways to innovate the company, ensuring continual business growth in the future.

In 2003, Sea’s Young began working in co-operation with Hong Kong Airport, pioneering a brand-new global mode of transport known as ‘sea-air transportation’, making it even easier for international visitors, flying in from over 150 different countries, to travel through the Pearl River Estuary.

Taking you between the two destinations in just 60 minutes, this popular route is operated by 2 high-speed passenger ferries. The ship named Taijian was designed in Australia and offers a selection of accommodation ranging from Standard cabins to VIP Rooms, which include free, high-quality meals and priority on and off boarding, with a capacity for 318 passengers in total. Dongtai’an is another luxury, high-speed passenger liner; built in Singapore and brought into operation in 1993, it offers Ordinary and First Class cabins, complete with large LCD Televisions and adjustable, comfortable seats, as well as priority boarding. allows you to compare Sea's Young timetables and fares with all alternative ferry operators before deciding on the best option for your trip.

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