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Manila-Cavite in just 15-20 minutes! 

Private operators of the newly-launched Cavite-Manila Ferry Service on Sunday agreed to provide free seaborne transportation to the public for its first month of operation.

During the launch of the project dubbed “#OkayKaFerryKo”, ferry operators Seaborne Shipping Company Inc. and Shogun Ships Co. Inc. have initially committed to provide the service for free beginning Monday (December 9) until January 9, 2020.

Vicente Cordero Jr., chairman and CEO of Shogun, later agreed to extend the provision of free ferry service for the Cavite Port-Lawton route until January 31, 2020 following a request from Department of Transportation (DOTr) Secretary Arthur Tugade.

Shogun’s MV “Island Sabtang,” with a passenger capacity of 57, will ply the route from the Cavite City Port Ferry Terminal (CCPT) to the Quezon Bridge Ferry Terminal in Lawton (along Pasig River), and vice versa.



The MB Seaborne Mercury, with a passenger capacity of 27, meanwhile, will ferry passengers from the CCPT to the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) Bay Terminal, and vice versa.


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Source: DOTr

Cavite-Manila ferry service launched, free for first month

Manila-Cavite in just 15-20 minutes! 

Private operators of the newly-launched Cavite-Manila Ferry Service on Sunday agreed to provide free seaborne transportation to the public for its first month of operation.

During the launch of the project dubbed “#OkayKaFerryKo”, ferry operators Seaborne Shipping Company Inc. and Shogun Ships Co. Inc. have initially committed to provide the service for free beginning Monday (December 9) until January 9, 2020.

Vicente Cordero Jr., chairman and CEO of Shogun, later agreed to extend the provision of free ferry service for the Cavite Port-Lawton route until January 31, 2020 following a request from Department of Transportation (DOTr) Secretary Arthur Tugade.

Shogun’s MV “Island Sabtang,” with a passenger capacity of 57, will ply the route from the Cavite City Port Ferry Terminal (CCPT) to the Quezon Bridge Ferry Terminal in Lawton (along Pasig River), and vice versa.



The MB Seaborne Mercury, with a passenger capacity of 27, meanwhile, will ferry passengers from the CCPT to the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) Bay Terminal, and vice versa.


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Source: DOTr

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