here for photographic descriptions of walking to Kellett Island from Causeway Bay MTR station.
Middle Island Water Sports Training Centre
Located midway between Deep Water Bay and Repulse Bay on the south side of Hong Kong Island, the idyllic Middle Island site primarily provides facilities for learning to sail, row and paddle. All of the Club's courses are open to members of the public.
The Club has it's fleet of dinghies here and most of the Club's rowing and paddle sports craft are kept here also.
Regular training courses are held here as well as competitive regattas in the sheltered waters of Deep Water Bay.
If travelling by bus from Deep Water Bay direction, alight at the second stop past the beach bus stop, cross the road and take the steep steps down to the promenade. An RHKYC ferry will take you to Middle Island (they are always going to and fro and if they see you standing on the steps they will send the boat over).
Public Transport to Middle Island
Taxi or public bus. Then walk via Seaview Promenade from Deepwater or Repulse Bay (or steps near bus stops) to ferry.
Repulse Bay (or steps near bus stops) to ferry.
Bus stops as shown:-
1) Stop 1:
Citybus route 6 from Central (daily)
Citybus route 61 from Central (Sundays & Public Holidays in
First Bus route 63 from North Point (Mondays-Saturdays)
First Bus route 66 from Central (daily)
2) Stop 2:
Return routes for buses listed in point 1)
3) Stop 3:
Citybus route 6A (Mondays-Saturdays)
Citybus route 6X from Central (daily)
Citybus route 73 from Cyberport (daily)
Citybus route 260 from Central (daily)
Citybus route 973 from Tsimshatsui East (daily)
First Bus route 65 from North Point (Sundays & Public Holidays)
First Bus route 315 from the Peak (Sundays & Public Holidays)
Green Mini Bus route 40 from Causeway Bay to Stanley (daily)
Green Mini Bus route 52 from Aberdeen to Stanley (daily)
4) Stop 4:
Return routes for buses listed in above point 3)
Located in a convenient bay in Sai Kung, the principal function of the Shelter Cove site is as a base for Cruisers, Dragons and Sportsboats.
The site provides an easy opportunity for Members to just pack their bags, rig the sails, and get far and away from urban Hong Kong to enjoy the open seas and beautiful mountainous scenery of the New Territories.
There are 150 moorings at Shelter Cove, which can accommodate every size of boat from small day boats to ocean cruisers. The marina facility has 46 berths.
Jockey Club Shek Mun Rowing Centre
2649 5713 or 2648 4133
Sha Tin Rowing Centre
Pay and Display parking (maximum 2 hour, ePark card required) is available behind the Jockey Club Shek Mun Rowing Centre. In case this is full or for those parking for longer than 2 hours and wishing to either save money or avoid having to buy a new ticket every 2 hours, cheaper all-day parking is also available within easy walking distance, as shown on the map below.