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Anyone used the ferry Hong Kong Airport - Macau?

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I'll be flying into Hong Kong for a meeting in Macau in July. I've been to HK a couple of times before the new airport and I took a day trip to Macau, but not gone there to stay.

I'm looking at taking the ferry either to or from Macau directly, then staying overnight in HK at the other end of trip to do a couple of favorite activities--star ferry, peak, etc.

I'm wondering which would be easier? The flight I am looking at arrives at 3pm from Munich. If I read the ferry schedule correctly, the next sailing is 6pm, then 10pm. So, I would get to Macau hotel around 7pm?

Alternately, for the return flight that departs at 1:30pm, I would take the 9:45am sailing.

Have the schedules been rather steady or do they vary by season?

Other advice I should consider?

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