The triple-decker with the big open poop deck (in deluxe class) generally serves Cheung Chau.
Some of the Central to DB ferries also have an open upper deck, but I think they tend to be used primarily for the off-peak services.
I wonder whether NWFF and the other companies have registered that when a route is served by a ferry with an open deck that area is always packed full even if the rest of the ferry is quite empty?
Maybe you can take a shot at guessing where this storm will go and whether we will get a signal (as well as signal no.1,3,8 or 10) from this storm.
i know its not everybody's favourite, but i really like Mongkok.
just the convenience of being able to do pretty much anything there and getting anything there - eating, clothes, sports stuff, computer stuff, cheap fake stuff, watch movies, have chill out drinks, go hardcore all-you-can-drinking bars, explore old and new hk, etc etc.