Jaspas Party Junk Cruising: Sai Kung Country Park. Cost: $550 per adult (aged 13 and up), $200 per child and infant Duration: 10:30am-5:30pm Jump on board at: Pak Sha Wan, Sai Kung or Noon Day Gun in Causeway Bay. Sifting through the junk: You can choose between “Junk #1," which holds up to 40 people, and "Junk #2," with a maximum capacity of 26 people. Food: All food is prepared onboard. The Standard Junk Package includes starters, main courses and desserts, in a wide array of international cuisine. There is also an Asian menu. Unlimited drinks - soft drinks, water, red and white wine, ice-cold beer and the signature Sea Breeze cocktail - are provided for the entire cruise. Jaspas also offers breakfast or afternoon cocktails at extra cost. Call for quotations. Other junk: Get wet with water sports, including water-skiing, wakeboarding and banana boats. Prices vary. Reservations: 2869-0733. InSai Junk Cruising: From Sai Kung, with hors d'oeuvres en route. It temporarily anchors for lunch off a quiet beach, such as Millionaire's Bay in Sai Kung Country Park. Cost: Varies with your choice of food. Duration: Up to eight hours. Jump on board at: Sai Kung, or dish out an extra $1,000 to be picked up in Central. Sifting through the junk: With air-conditioned cabins and open decks, the InSai Traditional Junk holds up to 25 people. Larger groups can opt for the roomier InSai Junk that can fit 35 people. Food: Choose a pizza party, a self-service picnic pack, or a catered lunch/dinner buffet, which has a range of international dishes. All three menus include unlimited chilled house wine, beer, juices and soft drinks. The pizza party has a minimum requirement of 20 people and costs $370 per person (or $100 per child aged three to eight). The picnic pack costs $375-$425 and the lunch/dinner buffet is $450 per person ($290 for adolescents aged nine-16 and $100 for children under nine) with a minimum charge for 16 adults. Other junk: Water trampolines are usually included free of charge, while other sports such as water skiing, wakeboarding and banana boats are $500/hour. Reservations: 2488-0611. Mai Tai Water Tours Charter Cruising: Victoria Harbor. Cost: $300 a head for adults and over-12s, $150 for the under-12s. Duration: Sunset Dinner Cruise lasts three hours. Jump on board at: Queen’s Pier, Central, at 6pm or Tsim Sha Tsui at 6:15pm daily. Sifting through the junk: The Mai Tai boat holds up 154 people. Food: The all-you-can-eat Hawaiian Buffet includes such dishes as coconut chicken and Lomi Lomi salmon and an all-you-can-drink selection of soft drinks, juices and various alcoholic beverages. Other junk: A live band gets you shaking your booty. Reservations: 2791-5000. Duk Ling Chinese Sailing Junk Cruising: Victoria Harbor, an evening trip to Aberdeen to catch a sensational sunset over Western District, or sail to an outlying island, such as Lamma, for a traditional seafood dinner. Cost: From 7am to 11:30pm, it costs $7,500 for up to two and a half hours, $9,000 for up to four hours, $14,000 for up to eight hours, and $2,500/hour for every extra hour. From 11:30pm to 7am the Duk Ling costs $2,500/hour (50 percent higher on Sundays and public holidays). Jump on board at: Queen’s Pier, Central or Kowloon Pier. Sift through the Junk: Launched in 1955 and fully restored in the 80s, the Duk Ling is one of the last authentic sailing junks in Hong Kong. It is18m long with a mast towering 12.5m above the deck. Licensed to carry up to 40 passengers, the boat has a kitchen and sleeping quarters for up to nine passengers. Food: Duk Ling only provides ice and water, so you will need to organise your own food and drinks. Reservations: 2851-9601. Pana Oceans Cruising: Anywhere from the outlying islands to Sai Kung. Cost: Weekdays $1,800-$4,000, weekends $3,500-$7,000. Duration: Eight hours. Jump on board at: Any public pier. Sifting through the junk: These Chinese junks are equipped with audio facilities, sofas and open decks and are licensed for 28-35 people. Food: A catering service is offered at additional cost. There are three buffet menus costing from $67-$100 per head (minimum of 15 people). An open bar package costs from $120-$160 per head. All buffets have a delivery charge of $80 to Tsim Sha Tsui, $100 to Queen's Pier and $150 to Sai Kung. Other Junk: Pana Oceans also offers speed boats for an additional $1,800/eight hours on weekdays. Reservations: 28150-8235. Vikings Charter Cruising: Anywhere within the vicinity of Hong Kong. Cost: Prices are seasonal. From July-September, eight-hour day charters are $2,000-$2,800 on weekdays, $3,000-$4,000 on Saturdays, and $3,500-$4,000 on Sundays and public holidays. Five-hour nighttime charters are $1,800-$2,200 on weekdays, $2,600-$3,500 on Saturdays, and $2,600-$4,000 on Sundays and public holidays. Jump on board at: Any public pier. Sifting through the junk: The Chinese Pleasure Junk can accommodate 20-30 people and includes a coxswain, a boat boy, fresh water for showers and a dinghy. Food: Food is not provided but catering services can be arranged. Some drinks can be bought on board, such as San Miguel or Carlsberg for $9/can and soft drinks for $7/can. There is an additional $70-$100 "ice fee" if you bring your own drinks. Reservations: 2814-9935.