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Note: *am ferry from Shekou to HK changed to am on Saturday & Sunday; *pm only available at each Saturday & Sunday.

If there is any change of the sailing schedule, it shall be subject to the release on the same day by the passenger station.

Ticket Price: RMB120 Economy, RMB150 First Class, RMB70 (Old People or Children) Economy Duration: 1 hour Source: xunlong shipping Note: * am ferry from Hong Kong to Shekou changed to am on Saturday & Sunday; *pm only available at each Saturday & Sunday.

Ticket Price: RMB120 Economy, RMB150 First Class, RMB70 (Old People or Children) Economy Duration: 1 hour Source: xunlong shipping Note: Child tickets are applicable to children between 1 and 6 (excluding 6) years old; Tickets for old people are applicable to the elderly of 65 years old or above.

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