List of ferry services in the Philippines.




1. WG & A Philippines Inc

Profile
WG&A was formed by the amalgamation of three existing shipping companies in the Philippines, Williams Lines Inc, Carlos A Gothong Lines Inc and Aboitiz Shipping Corporation. They came together in December 1995 to form WG & A Philippines Inc and are the largest shipping company in the Philippines.

Address
12th Floor, Times Plaza Building United Nations Avenue corner Taft Avenue Manila 1000, Philippines
Tel.: 632 528-7979

Fleet Size & Destinations
The fleet comes in SuperFerry and Ferries. There are ten (10) Superferries and two (2) Ferries. They all start there journey's from Manila.

Super Ferry Manila

1. SuperFerry 1 travels between:
Manila - Coron - Puerto Princesa - Coron - Manila

2. SuperFerry 2 travels between:
Manila - Tagbilaran - Dumaguete - Ozamis - Tagbilaran - Manila
Manila - Cebu - Tagbilaran - Dipolog - Tagbilaran - Cebu - Manila.
Manila - Bacolod - Iligan - Dumaguete - Bacolod - Manila
Manila - Iloilo - Bacolod - Iligan - Iloilo - Manila
Manila - Cebu - Surigao - Nasipit - Surigao - Manila

3. SuperFerry 5 travels between:
Manila - Tagbilaran - Dumaguete - Ozamis - Tagbilaran - Manila
Manila - Cebu - Tagbilaran - Dipolog - Tagbilaran - Cebu - Manila.
Manila - Bacolod - Iligan - Dumaguete - Bacolod - Manila
Manila - Iloilo 0 Bacolod - Iligab - Iloilo - Manila
Manila - Cebu - Surigao - Nasipit - Surigao - Manila

4. SuperFerry 9 travels between:
Manila - Tagbilaran - Dumaguete - Ozamis - Tagbilaran - Manila
Manila - Cebu - Tagbilaran - Dipolog - Tagbilaran - Cebu - Manila.
Manila - Bacolod - Iligan - Dumaguete - Bacolod - Manila
Manila - Iloilo 0 Bacolod - Iligab - Iloilo - Manila
Manila - Cebu - Surigao - Nasipit - Surigao - Manila

5. SuperFerry 12 travels between:
Manila - Cebu - Cagayan - Cebu - Manila

6. SuperFerry 15 travels between:
Manila - Cebu - Surigao - Nasipit - Surigao - Cebu - Manila
Manila - Bacolod - General Santos - Davao - General Santos - Bacolod - Manila
Manila - Iloilo - Bacolod - Cagayan - Bacolod - Manila

7. SuperFerry 16 travels between:
Manila - Cebu - Surigao - Nasipit - Surigao - Cebu - Manila
Manila - Bacolod - General Santos - Davao - General Santos - Bacolod - Manila
Manila - Iloilo - Bacolod - Cagayan - Bacolod - Manila

8. SuperFerry 17 travels between:
Manila - Zamboanga - General Santos - Davao - General Santos - Zamboanga - Manila
Manila - Iloilo - Zamboanga - Cotabato - Zamboanga - Iloilo - Manila
Manila - Iloilo - General Santos - Davao - General Santos - Iloilo - Manila

9. SuperFerry 18 travels between:
Manila - Zamboanga - General Santos - Davao - General Santos - Zamboanga - Manila
Manila - Iloilo - Zamboanga - Cotabato - Zamboanga - Iloilo - Manila
Manila - Iloilo - General Santos - Davao - General Santos - Iloilo - Manila

10. SuperFerry 19 travels between:
Manila - Cebu - Dumaguete - Cebu - Manila
Manila - Dumaguete - Iligan - Ozamis - Iligan - Cebu - Manila

Ferry - Our Lady of Medjugorje travels between: Manila - Dumaguit - Roxas - Dumaguit - Manila
Ferry - Our Lady of Lipa

General Information
All the vessels depart from Manila at either Pier 4 at North Harbour, Pier 4 is the WG&A SuperFerry terminal. The other two ferries depart from Pier 15 which is in South Harbour Manila

Be aware that bording time is four (4) hours prior to departure

For information on timetables, schedules and accomodation classes, have a look a the WG & A website here.

2. Negros Navigation

Profile
Negros Navigation was founded in 1932 to provided inter island transportation between the sugar rich economies of Panay and Negros in the Visayas.

Address
Pier II, North Harbor Tondo, Manila
Tel.: 245 5588
Fax.: 245 0780

Fleet Size & Destinations
They currently have seven (7) vessels in the fleet:

1. Mary Queen of Peace
2. San Lorenzo Ruiz
3. Princess of Negros
4. St Ezekiel Moreno
5. San Paolo
6. St Joseph the Worker
7. St Peter the Apostle

The destinations traveld to by the Negros Navigation fleet include:
Bacolod
Cagayan De Oro
Cebu
Dumaguete
Dumaguit
EstanciaGeneral Santos
Iligan
Iloilo
Manila
Ozamiz
Puerto Princesa
Roxas
Tagbilaran
Zamboanga

General Information
Ensure that you are aware that check in time is three (3) hours prior to departure and that you are not permitted to board less than 30 minutes prior to departure.

These vesels are like a floating hotel, depending on what class of accommodation you take.

For more information about departure times and schedules have a look at Negro Navigations web site.

3. Sulpicio Lines Inc.

Profile
Sulpicio Lines was founded in 1973 by Don Sulpicio Go, who was at one time the General Manager of Carlos A Gothong (WG&A), until he decided to embark on his own adventure and founded Sulpicio Lines

Address
MANILA OFFICE: 415 San Fernando St, Binondo, Manila
Tel Nos.: (02) 241-9701 to 07 241-9801 to 05
CEBU MAIN OFFICE: Don Sulpicio Go Bldg Sulpicio Go St.,Reclamation Area, Cebu City
Tel. Nos.: (032) 232-5361 to 80
MANILA TERMINAL OFFICE: Pier 12, North Harbor, Tondo, Manila
Tel Nos.: (02) 245-0616 to 30

Fleet Size & Destinations
There are seventeen vessels in the fleet:

1. Cagayan Princess
2. Cebu Princess
3. Cotabato Princess
4. Dipolog Princess
5. Filipina Princess
6. Iloilo Princess
7. Manila Princess
8. Nasipit Princess
9. Palawan Princess
10. Tacloban Princess
11. Princess of the Caribbean
12. Princess of New Unity
13. Princess of the Ocean
14. Princess of the Pacific
15. Princess of the Paradise
16. Princess of the Universe
17. Princess of the World

Destinations that the fleet services, include Bacolod, Butuan, Cagayan de Oro, cotabato, General Santos, Davao, Iloilo, Manila, Cebu, Zamboanga, Tacloban, Palompon, Baybay, Ozamis, Calubian, Ormoc, Catbalogan, Maasin, Calbayog, Dumaguete, Suriago, Masbate, Jagna, Tagbilaran, Iligan, Dipolog, Estancia, Puerto Princesa, Naval, Kawayan, Biliran and Maripipi.

General Information
Sulpicio Lines also have a range of 12 cargo and container vessels.

Have a look here for information on schedules and reservations.







4. MBRS Lines

Profile
Operates a ferry service from Manila to the islands of Romblon and Panay in the Visayas and return.

Address
153 Maginhawa St., Sikatuna Hill. Q.C./ Pier 8, North Harbour, MANILA

Fleet Size & Destinations
Five ferries from Manila to Romblon amd Panay

1. Mary the Queen
2. Virgin Mary
3. Blessed Mother
4. Romblon Bay

5. Viva Shipping Lines

Fleet Size & Destinations

6. El Greco Jet Ferries Inc.

Profile
El Greco is a large established shipping services company of which El Greco Jet Ferries Inc is a subsidiary.

Address
70 Sgt. E. A. Esguerra Ave. Quezon City, 1107 Metro Manila Philippines
Tel.: +63-2-9297052 to 54
Fax.: +63-2-9213354

Fleet Size & Destinations
The operation consists of one fast ferry, "Kristen", servicing the Manila to the Bataan Economic Zone (BEZ) at Mariveles, Bataan Province. It is approximately a 33 Nautical Mile trip one way.

General Information
The ferry is fast and has a cruising speed of 28 knots.


7. Cebu Ferry Corporation

Profile
Cebu Ferry Corporation was founded in January 1996 and is owned by WG & A Philippines Inc. It is a service that runs it's vessels to and from Cebu.

Address
Pier 4, North Reclamation Area, Cebu City
Tel.: (63) (32) 232 4229

Fleet Size & Destinations
Cebu Ferry Corporation has a fleet of eight (8) ferries.

1. Our Lady of Fatima
2. Our Lady of Good Voyage
3. Our Lady of Guadalupe
4. Our Lady of Lourdes
5. Our Lady of Manaoag
6. Our Lady of Mount Carmel
7. Our Lady of Rule
8. Our Lady of Scared Heart

These passenger vessels service the following ports
Cagayan, Nasipit, Iligan, Ozamis, Tacloban, Ormoc, Palompon Camiguin, Iloilo, Jagna.

General Information
For a schedule or timetable including reservation details please have a look on their website.






8. SuperCat Fast Ferry Corporation

Profile
The SuperCat Fast Ferry Corporation is part of the WG & A Group and operate fast ferries within the Visayas.

Address
Pier 4, North Reclamation Area, Cebu City
Tel.: +63 032 234 9600, 234 9630 to 34
Fax.: +63 032 234 9667

Fleet Size & Destinations
They have three vessels in there fleet:
1. Tricat 2
2. SuperCat 10
3. SuperCat 2002

The three vessels operate to 10 ports and complete over fifty trips a day. Destinations travelled include:
Cebu, Dumaguete, Larena (Siquijor), Ormoc, Tagbilaran, Bacolod, Iloilo, Dapitan, Batangas and Calipan.

General Information
For further information, have a look at there website, it will give schedule details and specific trip information.


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