Hong Kong Macau Ferry Terminal (current generation) [1985- ]
From the Government Annual Report for 1985:
In 1985, 9.3 million passengers were carried between Hong Kong and Macau by jetfoils, hydrofoils, jetcats, hoverferries, high speed ferries and conventional ferries operating from either the Hong Kong—Macau Ferry Terminal on Hong Kong Island or the Sham Shui Po—Macau Ferry Terminal in Kowloon. The construction of a permanent Hong Kong—Macau Ferry Terminal on Hong Kong Island, which replaced the temporary Hong Kong—Macau Ferry Terminal in Central District, was completed and became operational in October.
This new terminal, which has been provided with innovative and sophisticated equipment and operating systems, is capable of handling in excess of 10 million passengers annually.
The work started in 1983, two island piers were built housing several ferry docks, all are connected via pedestrian bridges. The terminal also has a heliport (Shun Tak Heliport (IATA: HHP, ICAO: VHSS)) with two helipads.