"Dukling" is the only remaining antique Chinese sailing junk still operating in Hong Kong. It is a tool used by former fishermen to go fishing & their it's their home. Whenever you step on this antique boat, it's like going through time tunnels and back to Victoria Harbor in the 1960s and 1970s.
The "Dukling" was built in 1955 and is now 65 years old. Because the shape of the hull looks like a duck, the owner of the boat named the ship - mean Holy Duck. "Dukling" weighs 50 tons and has a length of 18 meters. It is a traditional three-mask Chinese wooden sailing boat.
Dukling is not only an lcon of Hong Kong, but also a collective memory of Hong Kong people. Since its opening, the Dukling has witnessed the growth of Hong Kong: From its former small fishing port, it has slowly become an international metropolis today. Sitting on Dukling is like going through time tunnels. Everyone can imagine that we are sitting in old Hong Kong junk and watching the most updates Hong Kong. Currently, Dukling has 7 scheduled tours every day. It can also provide parties, charter, shooting, advertising, cultural experience tours, etc. We hope that everyone can enjoy the scenery on both sides of the Victoria Harbour, and they can also savor the taste of Hong Kong - Everylasting Passion.