From early morning until midnight, TurboJet boats depart every 15 minutes, but if you find you’ve lost track of time in one of Macau’s huge casinos, you’ll still be able to catch a ferry back to Hong Kong every 30 minutes to an hour all night long. Much like an airplane, each TurboJet is divided into economy and Super Class seating areas. The economy cabins are equipped with air conditioning, luggage storage areas and televisions, though they’re usually playing Mandarin or Cantonese television shows or music videos sans English subtitles.
Thank You for a great experience,interesting Hong Kong and Macau.In two busy days I visited most possible important places.
The pass was great value, it allowed me to do and see so many more things that Hong Kong had to offer than I thought possible in my short stay. My favorite things were the tour of the 8th Estate winery followed by tasting of great wine 'made in Hong Kong' and the dim sum cooking class in a really local restaurant. The card was very easy to use and had no problems with attractions accepting it.
Everything worked, it was value for money.