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Cotai Jet
HK CotaiJet TheCotaiStripExpo.JPG
Chinese name
Traditional Chinese 路氹金光大道-金光飛航
Portuguese name
Portuguese Cotai Chu Kong - Gestão de Serviços de Navegação, Limitada: Cotai Jet
English name
English Cotai Chu Kong Shipping Management Services Company Limited: Cotai Jet
Cotai Jet
Type Private company
Founded 2007
Headquarters  Hong Kong and
 Macau
Industry Ferry services
Website http://www.cotaijet.com.mo

Cotai Jet is a company that operates high-speed ferry services between the Special Administrative Regions of Hong Kong and Macau. It is one of the three companies operating high-speed ferry services between the two territories - the others being TurboJET and New World First Ferry (Macau). The Taipa Temporary Ferry Terminal in Macau is used by this ferry route to enable easy access to The Venetian Macao in Cotai, although it is also chosen by some because of its proximity to Taipa, Cotai and Coloane in comparison to the Terminal Marítimo used by the other two operators on the Macau Peninsula.

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Current Route

Fleet

Cotai Jet's fleet are built by Austal Shipyard of Australia:

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Bought vessels

  • Austal 48: 47.5m length, 70 (net) tonnes, 411/413/417 passengers cartamaran. Propelled by waterjets powered by quadruple MTU 16V 4000 M70 diesel engines, rated at 2320kW each. Cruising speed at 42 knots. Built by Austal Shipyard of Australia.
All together 14 vessels
  • THE GRAND CANAL SHOPPES, 2007
  • THE COTAI STRIP EXPO, 2007
  • THE VENETIAN, 2007
  • THE GONDOILER, 2008
  • THE CIRQUE DU SOLEILR, 2008
  • SAN LUCA, 2008 (ex-THE SHOPPES AT FOUR SEASONS)
  • THE PLAZA, 2008
  • COTAI STRIP COTAIGOLD, 2008
  • COTAI STRIP COTAIARENA, 2008
  • GOURMET DINING, 2008
  • ST.MARK, 2009
  • MARCO POLO, 2009
  • CASTELLA SQUARE, 2009
  • DI MODA SQUARE, 2009

Rented vessels (all returned in early 2009)

  • Lian Shan Hu: 39.5m length, 338 passengers cartamaran. Propelled by waterjets powered by twin MTU 16V 396 TE 74L diesel engines, rated at 1580kW each. Maximum speed at 32 knots. Built by Austal Shipyard of Australia.
  • Nan Gui: 40.1m length, 338 passengers cartamaran. Propelled by waterjets powered by twin MTU 16V 396 TE 74L diesel engines, rated at 1825kW each. Maximum speed at 32 knots. Built by Austal Shipyard of Australia.

See also


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