Floating restaurant “Jumbo Floating” sinks in the South China Sea.

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Hong Kong’s famous Jumbo Floating floating restaurant officially closed last week. Accident in the South China Sea after being dragged from a port in Hong Kong

On June 21, 2022, CNA news agency reported that the famous Jumbo Floating restaurant in Hong Kong. Accident in the South China Sea The latter was towed out of Aberdeen Harbor in southwest Hong Kong. last week

Aberdeen Restaurant Enterprises released a statement saying: The incident occurred after the ship experienced inclement weather. Passing through the Xisha Islands in the South China Sea on June 18, causing water to enter the ship. While officers tried to salvage the boat, but to no avail until the boat capsized on June 19, in which no crew was injured.

The company said the water depth at the accident site was more than 1,000 meters, making it an obstacle to salvage the boat. The company regrets the accident that happened. And now waiting for more details from the towing company.

Close the legend of the famous “floating restaurant”

As for the floating restaurant, Jumbo Floating is a famous floating restaurant in Hong Kong. It has been serving customers for over 46 years and has been used as a setting for many Hollywood and Chinese movies. but had to close the business because it has suffered heavy losses for many years in a row Complemented by the Covid-19 crisis That caused the number of tourists to drop dramatically.

The restaurateur, Melco International Development, said it had been unprofitable since 2013. The company has lost more than HK$100 million, and is currently unable to find a replacement.

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Jumbo Floating Floating Restaurant is designed to resemble an ancient Chinese palace. The entire hull measures 76 meters long and can accommodate up to 2,300 customers since it opened in 1976 with millions of customers. Including celebrities from around the world, whether it’s Tom Cruise or even Queen Elizabeth II of the British Royal Family.

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