CATICLAN JETTY PORT FERRY GUIDE-2019 UPDATES


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Caticlan Jetty Port Passenger Terminal Buiding. Copyright: mcgutib

Shipping schedules and fares posted here are base from the information provided by the ticketing personnel/office at Jetty Port of Caticlan in the town of Malay in the Province of Aklan,  and/or in the Ports located in Batangas, Roxas in Mindoro or Odiongan in Tablas Island both of which have  regular connecting ferry trips to the above mentioned port.  The information provided herein is accurate for the time being, but subject to change as per shipping operator’s policy. Other pertinent information regarding shipping operators, cargo rates, wharfage fees and policies can be found at the ticketing/booking office of shipping companies mentioned below.

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I.  CATICLAN, AKLAN to ROXAS, MINDORO ORIENTAL

Montenegro/Marina Ferries

Departs daily every 2 AM, 6 AM, 2 PM, 6 PM, and 10 PM

Fares:

Vehicle fare (private) – 4,180 + wharfage fee

Departs daily at 12 NN, 4 PM, and 7:30 PM

Fare rate per Pax: Php 429 plus terminal fee

Private vehicle (SUV) fare plus driver: 4,000- 4,500 Pesos plus  wharfage fee.

For more infos you may contact #0917 836 6442

Super Shuttle Ferry

Departs daily at 5:30 PM

Fare:

Regular- 480 Pesos plus terminal fee

For more infos  contact #0947 715 6390 or 0939 396 2166

II.  CATICLAN TO BULALACAO,  MINDORO OCCIDENTAL 

Fastcat

Departs daily at every 3 AM, and 3 PM

Fare rate per Person: Php 375 + terminal fee

III.  CATICLAN TO SANTA FE /ODIONGAN, Romblon

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2GO Travel for Odiongan, Tablas Island

You may visit their website for more info.

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Pumpboats for Lo-oc and Sta. Fe

 Santa Fe is located in the southernmost part  whereas  Lo-oc is almost in the middle part both in the island of Tablas. Motorized outrigger boat’s or pumpboat -as local calls it- going to Sta. Fe is located just next to Caticlan Jetty Port. Boats departure to and from Tablas goes on daily and every 8 or 9 in the morning, depends entirely on weather along the area. 

Pumpboat station going to Lo-oc is located in Sitio Tabon, Baybay. Departures usually every morning at 8 or 9, again depending on the weather along this area.

IV.  CATICLAN TO BATANGAS

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Please visit their website for updated schedule.

M/V Starlite Eagle of Starlite Ferries

Depart every 6 in the morning.

Fare: 1,500 Pesos + terminal fee

For more infos you may contact #0917 836 6442

V.  CATICLAN TO BORACAY
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Fast craft departures: Daily at an hour or less interval.

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Pump-boat departures/arrival at every minutes interval.

VI. SAN JOSE, OCC. MINDORO TO CORON, PALAWAN

Please do note that ferry/banca often departs from San Jose Occ. Mindoro to Coron early in the morning. To make it possible for anyone to be able to catch up the trip to Coron I urge you take the early morning trip of Fastcat from Caticlan to Bulalacao. Once arrived in Bulalacao Port take a V-Hire (passenger commuter van park outside the pier’s gate) that goes to San Jose.

However, as of the moment only banca sails in between these ports so expect boat tickets are limited; be reminded that “early bird….” rule applies here.

Bunso Transport’s fleet of Banca moored here in Port of Coron, Coron Palawan. Copyright: mcgutib

Departs every Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday at 9AM. Fare is at Php 800 plus 15 pesos for terminal fee.

Contact nos. +63 9103710621 / +63 93595882274

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Note: Montenegro Shipping Company cancelled its daily trip to and from Coron, until further notice.

Schedule of Montenegro going to and from Coron, Palawan.

Departs daily from San Jose to Coron at 6 AM.

Departs daily  from Coron to San Jose at 4 PM.

Regular fare is 590 Pesos per pax.

14 thoughts on “CATICLAN JETTY PORT FERRY GUIDE-2019 UPDATES

  1. Hi Migu, I need your help. Will be going to bora this weekend by roro. I would like to know if there’s a direct boat from roxas to boracay terminal? or do we really need to drop off in Caticlan’s jetty port?

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    • Unfortunately Cagban Port in Boracay does not/do not accommodate Ro-Ro vessel of any size, all of the passenger vessel bound from Roxas will dock in Caticlan Jetty Port. Pasengers, on the other hand, bound for Boracay will be using Caticlan Passenger Terminal as their point of entry, unless, you have a private yatch or a rented banca you do not need to subject yourselves from the long queing, and waiting for boats. Hope it help.

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    • Every two hours po ang departures ng mga barko coming from Port of Roxas going to Caticlan, especially now peak season na po sa Boracay it could be a little less na. Also, RORO departures usually starts very early in the morning until late in the evening.

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