1. Where can I find application information?

Information of application procedure is here
Application Form
Booking Fees information is here
Please call our office at (852) 2554-9722
or email us at [email protected] if you have further questions.

2. Do I have to know how to swim before the trip?

No. Adventure-Ship’s instructors are experienced professionals, and they have lifesaving and first aid qualifications. Some of our activities also require the trainees to wear life jackets.

3. Are the activities on board dangerous?

Some of our challenging activities may appear dangerous. We have taken appropriate measures, however, to ensure that every activity is both supervised and safe. Our instructors have acquired the necessary professional qualifications and are extremely committed to the safety of our program. Learn more about our experienced crew.

4. How long does the training last and how many people come?

Day trips usually last from 9:30 am to 4:30 pm. Overnight trips begin at 9:30 and return to the pier at 4:30 pm the next day. The maximum number of participants per trip is 60.

5. Does the ship go out during bad weather?

Training is cancelled ONLY when the red/black rainstorm or Typhoon No. 3 or above signal is hoisted at or 7am of the training day. Read our weather policy details.

6. What if a participant has a health condition?

We organize training for people with different abilities, including those who have physical or mental disabilities or chronic illnesses. We welcome everyone on board the JC Huan. If you are on medication, however, please bring your medicine along and inform our Senior Coxswain before the training begins.

Group leaders are expected to be aware of any group members suffering from any conditions requiring special medication, special foods, or restrictions of any kind, e.g. allergies, diabetes, asthma, epilepsy, cardiac condition etc. While Adventure-Ship Ltd. welcomes people with such disabilities, we cannot be held responsible for a sudden deterioration of any participant’s special condition. As a precaution against seasickness, a proprietary brand of tablet (e.g. Dramamine) may be taken one hour before boarding.

7. Can I come as an individual?

We do not accept individual bookings. We welcome bookings from registered nonprofit organizations, such as youth or community centres, schools, and children’s homes. We give priority to groups whose members have special needs.

8. What should I take onboard?

Personal Clothing & Equipment

Day Trip:

  • Large Towel
  • Swimming attire
  • Change of clothing
  • Suntan lotion
  • Water Bottle
  • Hat
  • Sandals or rubber shoes
  • Medication (if necessary)
  • Warm jacket (for winter weather)

Overnight Trip:

  • All of the items listed above for a Day Trip
  • Bedding (bed sheet/sleeping bag/straw mat)
  • Personal toiletries
  • Torch and spare batteries

9. Where does the training usually take place?

The Coxswain decides the ship’s destination, based on the weather and sea conditions on the day of the trip as well as the physical abilities of the participants. For overnight trips, the ship often sails to Sai Kung. The Huan usually anchors at Lamma Island or Tung Lung Island on day trips.

10. Does the training program include meals?

Participants must cook on the ship or bring their own meals. We recommend lunch boxes or sandwiches for a day trip.。