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 Cheung Sha Beach, Lantau Island

Hong Kong

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Datum: WGS84 [ Help ]
Precision: Exact

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Latitude: 22° 13.977' N
Longitude: 113° 57.276' E

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English (Translate this text in English): From Central Hong Kong by Ferry, take Ferry Pier Number 5 to Mui Wo (fast ot slow ferry available). Then, in Mui Wo take a bus to Cheung Sha beach (lower). Take Bus number 1, 2, 3 or 4. It takes roughly 20 min to get there. Ask the driver to stop at Cheung Sha. On the beach, when facing the sea, on your left a windsurfing club (Long Coast Seasports) where you can rent good gear. Nice people and good ambiance. On the right a South African restaurant to chill out after a good session (restaurant gets a bit crowded on Sunday).

From Central Hong Kong by Ferry, take Ferry Pier Number 5 to Mui Wo (fast ot slow ferry available). Then, in Mui Wo take a bus to Cheung Sha beach (lower). Take Bus number 1, 2, 3 or 4. It takes roughly 20 min to get there. Ask the driver to stop at Cheung Sha. On the beach, when facing the sea, on your left a windsurfing club (Long Coast Seasports) where you can rent good gear. Nice people and good ambiance. On the right a South African restaurant to chill out after a good session (restaurant gets a bit crowded on Sunday).

English (Translate this text in English): From Central Hong Kong by Ferry, take Ferry Pier Number 5 to Mui Wo (fast ot slow ferry available). Then, in Mui Wo take a bus to Cheung Sha beach (lower). Take Bus number 1, 2, 3 or 4. It takes roughly 20 min to get there. Ask the driver to stop at Cheung Sha. On the beach, when facing the sea, on your left a windsurfing club (Long Coast Seasports) where you can rent good gear. Nice people and good ambiance. On the right a South African restaurant to chill out after a good session (restaurant gets a bit crowded on Sunday).

English (Translate this text in English): From Central Hong Kong by Ferry, take Ferry Pier Number 5 to Mui Wo (fast ot slow ferry available). Then, in Mui Wo take a bus to Cheung Sha beach (lower). Take Bus number 1, 2, 3 or 4. It takes roughly 20 min to get there. Ask the driver to stop at Cheung Sha. On the beach, when facing the sea, on your left a windsurfing club (Long Coast Seasports) where you can rent good gear. Nice people and good ambiance. On the right a South African restaurant to chill out after a good session (restaurant gets a bit crowded on Sunday).

English (Translate this text in English): From Central Hong Kong by Ferry, take Ferry Pier Number 5 to Mui Wo (fast ot slow ferry available). Then, in Mui Wo take a bus to Cheung Sha beach (lower). Take Bus number 1, 2, 3 or 4. It takes roughly 20 min to get there. Ask the driver to stop at Cheung Sha. On the beach, when facing the sea, on your left a windsurfing club (Long Coast Seasports) where you can rent good gear. Nice people and good ambiance. On the right a South African restaurant to chill out after a good session (restaurant gets a bit crowded on Sunday).

Distance to a city In the city

Access time Don't know

Easy to find? OK

Public access? Public access

Special access Don't know

 Kite Spot Characteristics

Spot quality Good

Experience Intermediate

Type Beach

Kite/wind? Good for KiteSurf, Good for WindSurf

Style Freestyle, Freeride, Bump & Jump, Long distance, Speed

Day timing Morning, Afternoon 

Dangers Other water craft, Reef/Rocks, Extreme cold 

Week crowd Few surfers

Week-end crowd Crowded

Environment

Water quality Polluted

Current Low ( < 1 knot)

Bottom Sandy, Sandy with rock, Deep

Tide Best at falling tide, Best at low tide

Amenities

Gear-Shop, Repair-Shop, Rental, School, Rescue, Showers

Local wind

Type Venturi wind

Force Medium (16 - 25 knots)

Main dir. Don't know

Best dir. North

Best dir. relative Offshore

Period From October to April

More infos 

English (Translate this text in English): In summer (May-Sep) the main wind direction comes from South West, then sea is a bit choppy.
When Typhoon hits HK or come closer to the island, you can expect strong wind and swell good for bump and jump. In summer, you have to use sails from 6.5 to 7.8. In winter, from October to April, wind usually blows North- North East and comes down from the mountain. Then, a venturi effects double the strength and you can get easily 30 knots. We have been sailing in winter with 4.5 and even 3.7. Very good fun as the sea is very flat so ideal conditions for speed and slalom. Very good ambiance on the water with locals and foreign windsurfers.

In summer (May-Sep) the main wind direction comes from South West, then sea is a bit choppy.
When Typhoon hits HK or come closer to the island, you can expect strong wind and swell good for bump and jump. In summer, you have to use sails from 6.5 to 7.8. In winter, from October to April, wind usually blows North- North East and comes down from the mountain. Then, a venturi effects double the strength and you can get easily 30 knots. We have been sailing in winter with 4.5 and even 3.7. Very good fun as the sea is very flat so ideal conditions for speed and slalom. Very good ambiance on the water with locals and foreign windsurfers.

English (Translate this text in English): In summer (May-Sep) the main wind direction comes from South West, then sea is a bit choppy.
When Typhoon hits HK or come closer to the island, you can expect strong wind and swell good for bump and jump. In summer, you have to use sails from 6.5 to 7.8. In winter, from October to April, wind usually blows North- North East and comes down from the mountain. Then, a venturi effects double the strength and you can get easily 30 knots. We have been sailing in winter with 4.5 and even 3.7. Very good fun as the sea is very flat so ideal conditions for speed and slalom. Very good ambiance on the water with locals and foreign windsurfers.

English (Translate this text in English): In summer (May-Sep) the main wind direction comes from South West, then sea is a bit choppy.
When Typhoon hits HK or come closer to the island, you can expect strong wind and swell good for bump and jump. In summer, you have to use sails from 6.5 to 7.8. In winter, from October to April, wind usually blows North- North East and comes down from the mountain. Then, a venturi effects double the strength and you can get easily 30 knots. We have been sailing in winter with 4.5 and even 3.7. Very good fun as the sea is very flat so ideal conditions for speed and slalom. Very good ambiance on the water with locals and foreign windsurfers.

English (Translate this text in English): In summer (May-Sep) the main wind direction comes from South West, then sea is a bit choppy.
When Typhoon hits HK or come closer to the island, you can expect strong wind and swell good for bump and jump. In summer, you have to use sails from 6.5 to 7.8. In winter, from October to April, wind usually blows North- North East and comes down from the mountain. Then, a venturi effects double the strength and you can get easily 30 knots. We have been sailing in winter with 4.5 and even 3.7. Very good fun as the sea is very flat so ideal conditions for speed and slalom. Very good ambiance on the water with locals and foreign windsurfers.

 Additional Information

English (Translate this text in English): To me, one of the best spot in HK for windsurfing, especially in winter. The team who runs the windsurfing club is really nice and always happy to give you some hints about the spot. The beach is sometimes used for Kite surfing as well.

To me, one of the best spot in HK for windsurfing, especially in winter. The team who runs the windsurfing club is really nice and always happy to give you some hints about the spot. The beach is sometimes used for Kite surfing as well.

English (Translate this text in English): To me, one of the best spot in HK for windsurfing, especially in winter. The team who runs the windsurfing club is really nice and always happy to give you some hints about the spot. The beach is sometimes used for Kite surfing as well.

English (Translate this text in English): To me, one of the best spot in HK for windsurfing, especially in winter. The team who runs the windsurfing club is really nice and always happy to give you some hints about the spot. The beach is sometimes used for Kite surfing as well.

English (Translate this text in English): To me, one of the best spot in HK for windsurfing, especially in winter. The team who runs the windsurfing club is really nice and always happy to give you some hints about the spot. The beach is sometimes used for Kite surfing as well.

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