Port of Tangil, Dumanjug Cebu

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Shipping schedules and fares posted here are base from the information provided by the shipping company’s ticketing personnel found in Port of Tangil in the town of Dumanjug, in Cebu Province, or in the ports found in Basak and in Bolado which are both located in Guihulngan in the Province of Negros Oriental. Information provided herein is accurate for the time being, but subject to change as per shipping operator’s policy. Other pertinent information regarding shipping operator, cargo rates, wharfage fees and policies can be found at the ticketing/booking office of shipping companies mentioned.
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M/V Leonor 5 docked at Port of Tangil. Copyright: mcgutib




6:30 AM

2:30 PM



8:30 AM

12:00 PM




6:30 AM

12 NN



5:00 AM

10:00 AM

Fare Rates:

 Php 160/person (upper deck)

Php 150/person (lower deck)

Php 120/person- Shipper

SUV/Sedan: Php 1,500

Motorcycle: Php 400 (including driver)



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Port of Tangil, Dumanjug Cebu. Copyright: mcgutib

Morning Departures

4 AM

7 AM

9 AM

11 AM

Afternoon Departures

1 PM

3 PM

Fare per pax is at 170 Pesos + terminal fee.

SUV- 1,850 + wharfage fee

Motorcycle (125cc)- 450 includes driver + wharfage fee.

For more infos regarding trips and cargoes, you may contact Tangil office at 0917 771 5964.



Port of Bolado, Liko Bolado, Guihulngan Negros Oriental. Copyright: mcgutib

Morning Departures

7 AM

9 AM

11 AM

Afternoon Departures

1 PM

3 PM

5 PM


Fare Rates

  Php 150/person for Economy Accommodation

Php 170/person for Air-con Accommodation

SUV: Php 1,850

Motorcycle (125cc):  Php 400 including driver

For more infos regarding RORO trip you may contact Bulado office at 0916 784 7642.

Featured Philippine Ports: ILOILO PORTS

Aerial view of Iloilo Strait, taken on-board a commercial aircraft.

Aerial view of Iloilo Strait, taken on-board a commercial aircraft.


Widely called “Syudad sang Iloilo”in hiligaynon dialect, these historical city is located in the south coast of Panay Island- in the western visayas region and is the main entry point of the Province of Iloilo.The city lies on a flat alluvial plain, reclaimed mostly from the swampy areas due to urbanization and industrialization in the late 19th century up to this day. Traversing the city are the rivers of Iloilo, Batiano, Jaro and Dungon Creek; iloilo river in particular is an estuary that separates the districts of Molo, Villa Arevalo and the rest of the city proper. On the other hand, Jaro river is fed by its tributary the Aganan, and Tigum passing-by the flood plains of the Jaro, and La Paz districts. The city is 337.6 nautical miles south of the nation’s capital, Manila. (1)

Iloilo RiverIn 17th century, during early Spanish colonial period, the spaniards moved their seat of power to the village of Irong-Irong due to recurrent raids by the Dutch privateers and the moro pirates. With its natural advantage (as compared to their former settlement in Ogtong now named Oton) the Spaniards later built Fort San Pedro to better guard against moro raids, which were the major threats to the settlement. Fondly called “Irong-Irong or Ilong-Ilong”, meaning “nose-like” shape if viewed from above (see the image above for better visualization), the river’s old name was shortened to Iloilo, and later on became the capital of the province in 1673- converted to a city in 1890.

In 1900, during American colonial period, the commonwealth government returned the city’s status into a township again, but because of its continuous commercial activities (during the development of sugar industry in Iloilo and its neighboring island of Negros); and being an important port of call in the Visayas-Mindanao area, iloilo regained its city status on July 16, 1937 through Commonwealth Act 158. (2)

PORT OF ENTRY:  Ports of Iloilo

There are five (5) ports of entry/exit in Iloilo. One is Port of San Pedro, the largest port in Panay Island in terms of land area and the ability to handle thousands of passengers and cargoes annually. Another is La Paz wharf, wherein a new passenger terminal building is being constructed, and soon to operate within a year; Ortiz or Parola wharf, home of the many outrigger boats going to the Island of Guimaras,  is as important as the aforementioned; and the last is the famed Muelle Loney wharf. These mentioned ports serves passenger and cargo vessel that plies within the ports near Iloilo City, some vessel plies far to Bacolod City, others to Cebu, Zamboanga, Cagayan de Oro, and Manila.

The last but certaily not the least is the Port of Dumangas, located in the town of Dumangas- approximately 29 kilometers east of the city, and is considered important part of the Strong Republic Nautical Highway (SRNH).

ILOILO DOMESTIC PORT (formerly the old foreign pier)

Port of Iloilo Passenger Terminal

Port of Iloilo Passenger Terminal

The Iloilo Domestic Port or popularly known as ” Port San Pedro”, serves numerous inter-island passenger and cargo vessel which plies the routes between Manila, Bacolod, Cebu, Zamboanga, and Cagayan de Oro. It’s geographic location is in-between:

10° 49′ 56.7″ N Latitude, and 122° 29′ 35.2″ E Longitude

Port San Pedro is considered one of the safest harbors because of Guimaras Island, that perfectly covers, and protects the harbor from strong winds. Beside the Port of Iloilo is the Fort San Pedro, a historical landmark at the entrance of Iloilo Harbor built in 1616 to resist the invasion of pirates.

Port San Pedro is the port of call for several domestic shipping companies such as 2GO Travel, Cokaliong Shipping Lines, Trans-Asia Shipping Lines, among others. The vernacular name “Fort San Pedro” refers to the old Spanish fort adjacent to the port premises that was destroyed during World War II. (3)

There are weekly RORO/Ferry boat trips to Iloilo City to and from South Harbor in Manila (18 hours sailing time),  Zamboanga City(14 hours sailing time), and Cebu City (12 hours sailing time).

2GO Travel

M/V St. Francis Xavier

2GO Travel

 Cokaliong Shipping Lines

 Trans-Asia Shipping Lines

Note: Click on the link provided for updated schedule and other relevant information.


Iloilo City's newest ferry terminal

Iloilo City’s newest ferry terminal

Roll-on/Roll-off ferry services are catered here in Iloilo City RORO Terminal in Lapuz, across the famed Muelle Loney a few minutes by public transport. A plan by Philippine Ports Authority (PPA), together with the local government to develop the site that was once used as shipyard at Barangay Progreso,  Lapuz. The said location will soon be transformed into a modern ferry terminal that will cater to fast crafts and passengers plying the Iloilo-Bacolod route and vice versa as well as roll on-roll off vessels.  (4)

There are three shipping companies’ serves here that ferries passenger and cargo to Guimaras Island, Cuyo Island and Puerto Princesa both in Palawan. This are;

Montenegro Shipping Lines

Iloilo to Cuyo-Puerto Princesa, Palawan

Every Wednesday and Saturday at 8:00 AM

Milagrosa Shipping Lines

Iloilo to Cuyo Island-Puerto Princesa, Palawan

Every Monday and Thursday at 7 pm

F.F. Cruz Shipping Corporation

Bgy. Lapuz Norte, La Paz, Iloilo City
(033) 3371046 / 3369329 / 3364195

Name of Vessel: M/V Felipe 

Daily Schedule:

To Jordan Port, San Jose (Brgy. Hoskyn)

Morning Departure – 7:30 and 9:30

Afternoon Departure – 2:00 and 4:00

To RORO Port in Lapuz, Iloilo City

Morning Departure – 8:30 and 10:30

Afternoon Departure – 3:00 and 5:30

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Archipelago Philippines Ferrries Corporation

Iloilo Departure: Every 8 AM and 2 pm

Bacolod (Banago Port) Departure: 11 AM and 5 PM

Fare (Economy): Php 200

Note: Schedules are subject to change, you may call the numbers provided above for more information.


It is the original Port in Iloilo City, similar to that of Muelle de la Industria (The old port during Spanish times) located at the bank of Pasig river in Manila. Muelle Loney is opened to international trade on 1855, it served as the trans-shipment docks for muscovado sugar in the late 19th to the first half of the 20th century. The river has undergone expansion and improvement several times for the past years, and this include dredging the river basin, to massive clean-up drive, and lately relocating the berthing of small craft, batels, fishing boat, coast guard patrol boats, and other boats that pestered the river ways away from the Aduana building.

Muelle Loney, located in the west side of Iloilo river was named after the Englishman Nicolas Loney, the “Father of the Sugar Industry”. Muelle Loney opened to foreign trade in 1855 that faved way to sugar boom in this province that once called the “Queen City of the South”. The Nicholas Loney monument was erected in his honor as he was  the “Paladin of Philippine Progress.” (5)

There are three shipping companies that operates high speed monohaul/catamaran vessel here, and each company has passenger terminal in Muelle Loney. Fast crafts from Bacolod City to Iloilo City vice versa takes around 60 minutes minimum, depending on a vessel and the weather.

Shipping Company that operates here are:


Weesam Express


Note: Click on the link provided for updated schedule and other relevant information.


Iloilo City is the gateway to the captivating island province of Guimaras, just 20-30 minutes away via outrigger motorboat from Parola and Ortiz Wharf.

Jetty ports for Guimaras bound passenger are located at Calle Ortiz, Iloilo City and BAMODA Terminal near Parola (a lighthouse near the opening or mouth of the river). The terminal at Calle Ortiz served Jordan Wharf (Brgy. Rizal)  bound passenger and cargoes. (6)

Banca Trips:

– Daily Trips from 6:00 AM – 8:00 PM (every 15-30 minutes)
– Travel Time = 20 minutes minimum

From BAMODA (Buenavista Motorbanca Owners Association Inc.) just near Parola, Iloilo City to Mc Arthur’s wharf  (built by Gen. Douglas Mc Arthur in 1903 when he was the head of the company of the US Army Corps of Engineers)  located in Sto. Rosario, Buenavista vice versa:

Banca Trips:

– Daily Trips from 5:30 AM – 6:00 PM (every 15-30 minutes)
– Travel Time = 15-20 minutes


Dumangas (formerly called the town of Araut) is claimed to be the landing place of the Spaniards in Panay. Dumangas is located at the Southeastern part of Panay and lies at 122 degrees 42′ 34″ longitude, and 10 degrees 39′ 22″ latitude. Barotac Nuevo bounds it in the north, Guimaras Strait is in the southeast boundary of Dumangas, and at the west is the Municipalities of Pototan and Zarraga.  (7)

Dumangas is a coastal town about 29 kilometers away from Iloilo City and is accessible via public transportation such as Jeepney and L-300 vans stationed at Baldoza Terminal in La Paz (daily trips start at around 8 am until 5 in the afternoon).

The coastal road network from Dumangas Port to Iloilo City vice versa, which is still under construction will shortened the land travel in between these two ports.

Dumangas port is located in Sitio Nalu-oyan, in Barangay Sapao some four kilometers away from the town proper. A three-wheeled motorcycle can take you to the port for 25 Php, but beware because the road is unpaved all the way, making it dusty during summer and muddy during rainy season. The Port complex has a total land area of around 7.0 hectares. The construction of this port was made possible thru the development assistance made by the government of Japan at a cost of 60 Million pesos.

Dumangas to Bacolod route at present has four (4) shipping companies that operates RORO vessel, this are:

Millenium Shipping

Montenegro Shipping

Tristar-Megalink Corp.

Jomalia Shipping

Crossing the Iloilo Strait bound for Bredco Port in Bacolod City or vice versa takes approximately 2 hours at a cost of 60 Php per person per trip. For travelers, backpackers, and motorist who wish to leave for Dumangas or Bacolod, the vessel departure/arrival is almost every hour or two depending on passenger and rolling cargo traffic. The trip for both ways starts usually early in the  morning until late evening.

For updated RORO sched, please click on the link provided: 2015 RORO Schedules

Refferences (Please click on the link):

1. Socio-Economic Profile 2004 of Iloilo City, The City Government of Iloilo, 2004

2. Iloilo History

3. Port of Iloilo

4. Lapuz District

5. Muelle Loney Wharf

6. Iloilo to Guimaras

7. Dumangas

Featured Philippine Ports: PORT OF DAPITAN

Port of Pulauan, Dapitan City Zamboanga del Norte


The province of Zamboanga del Norte or simply known as “ZANORTE” is located in the Zamboanga Peninsula, and is bounded by Zamboanga del Sur and Zamboanga Sibugay to the south; Misamis Occidental to the east, and Sulu Sea in the northwest. Its capital is Dipolog City generally known as the Gateway to Western Mindanao   but unfortunately the city has no wharf of its own and is relying on Port of Pulauan, located in Dapitan City about nine kilometers to reach the said capital. On 6th of June 2012, the province celebrated its 60th founding anniversary. (1)

Dapitan is derived from the word Dapit which means to invite in cebuano dialect. It refers to the group of Boholanos from Panglao Island who were invited by Datu Pagbuaya, the acknowledged founder of the city, to accompany him to the “Dakung Yuta”(big land) that is Mindanao; and the settlement they established was called Dapitan. This is the traditional version of how Dapitan got its name. (2)

On 22nd of June 1963, the once small town rich with history took a giant step forward and became a chartered city by virtue of Republic Act No. 3811 which was signed by then President Diosdado Macapagal, thus becoming the first city in the Province of Zamboanga del Norte. It is officially known as the “Shrine City of the Philippines”. Dapitan City is one of the four cities of Region 9 , the other are Zamboanga City, Pagadian City, and Dipolog City. (3)

Our national hero Dr. Jose P. Rizal spent his last four years in exile in Dapitan. His original estate here has been declared a National Shrine and is being administered by the National Historical Institute. It is envisioned that by the year 2020, the city aims to become the only Jose Rizal heritage center of the country, owing to the wealth of memorabilia and memorable places associated with our national hero.

PORT OF ENTRY: Port of Dapitan

Vehicular entrance at Port of Dapitan

Vehicular entrance at Port of Dapitan

Better known as Pulauan or Pulawan Port from the vernacular word “pulaw” meaning to stay awake even during the wee hours of the night, this because of its location that has been customarily known as having a prominent lighthouse to direct vessels from harms way once it enters and exit the harbor. It is the major point of entry and exit for sea going passengers; and main trading center of Zamboanga peninsula that link to Manila, Cebu and other commercial centers in the Visayas.

Pulauan Port- better known as Dapitan Port- is located in Barangay San Vicente in Dapitan City ( a mere seven kilometers away from the city proper). It is situated in a cove fully protected by mountainous terrain; and is navigable at night by the aid of two  Philippine Coast Guard lighthouses- one is visible at Tag-ulo Point, and another lighthouse placed on top of a hill adjacent to Pulauan Port itself. The harbor can be accessed through the waters of North Western Mindanao, particularly in Dapitan Bay which is part of the Sulu Sea. This port is about 404 nautical miles (650 kms.) southwest of manila, 156 nautical miles to Zamboanga City and 111 nautical miles to Cebu City. (4)

Port District Office-Southern Mindanao (PDO-SoMin) Baseport Dapitan is a major trunkline of the Strong Republic Nautical Highway (SRNH), created by the administration of then President Arroyo. It serves as the backdoor of the Western Nautical Highway, which connects seven other Ro-Ro Ports from Luzon and Visayas, namely:

1. Batangas City

2. Calapan Port, Calapan City Oriental Mindoro

3. Roxas Port, Municipality of Roxas Occidental Mindoro

4. Caticlan Jetty Port, Malay Aklan

5. Dumangas, Iloilo City

6. Bredco Port, Bacolod City

7. Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental

Dapitan was upgraded into a PMO from its former Terminal Management Office (TMO) status through a Department of Budget and Management (DBM) Memorandum Order Nos. 2008-D00742R dated 28th of July 2008, and was approved by the former President Gloria Arroyo. Philippine Ports Authority on the other hand also issued Special Order Nos. 2009-128, and 2009-310 for its transfer of jurisdiction to PDO-SoMin which is based in Davao City from formerly being part of the PDO-Northern Mindanao (PDO-NoMin) located in Cagayan de Oro City. (5)


Port Location:   Barangay San Vicente, Dapitan City

Port Name:   PMO Dapitan

Port Management:  Port District Office-Southern Mindanao

Address: Km. 10 Sasa, Davao City Philippines

Web Site:   www.ppa.com.ph

Latitude:   8° 39’ 21 N

Longitude:  123° 23’ 26 E

Port Type:  Pier, Jetty or Wharf

Port Size:   Small

Total Area: 18,255 sq. meters

Terminal Area: 186 sq. meters

RORO Ramps: 2 11x 9 meters


Total number of Ship (Foreign & Domestic)


Gross Registered Tonnage


Deadweight Tonnage


Total Cargo (m.t)


Domestic / Foreign (m.t)

566,207/ 348,238

Total Passenger


Source: http://www.ppa.com.ph/dapitan port-stats


M/V St. Michael the Archangel of 2GO Travel

M/V St. Michael the Archangel of 2GO Travel

Via Dumaguete City every Wednesday at 9 AM.

DEPARTURES For Dumaguete City
Fastcat M6 docked in Port of Dapitan.

Fastcat M6 docked in Port of Dapitan

Departs daily at 10 AM, 6 PM and 2 AM. See Fastcat website to view updated fares.

M/V Georich of George & Peter Lines as seen here in Dapitan Port

Every Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 4 pm.

Suoer Shuttle Ferry 12

Super Shuttle Ferry 12

Daily departure at 5 AM (385 Pesos per Pax)

M/V Maria Gloria of Montenegro Shipping Lines

M/V Maria Gloria of Montenegro Shipping Lines

Daily departures at 2 AM and 2 PM. Promo Fare is at 352 Pesos per head.

M/V Trisha Kerstin of Aleson Shipping Lines

Daily at 10:30 AM. Fare per Pax is at 350 Pesos. SUV is at Php 3,000.

M/V Filipinas Jagna of Cokaliong Shipping Lines

M/V Filipinas Jagna of Cokaliong Shipping Lines

Please check their website for updated schedule.  www.cokaliongshipping.com

Departures FoR Cebu City (direct)
M/V Georich of George & Peter Lines

M/V Georich of George & Peter Lines

Wednesday & Sunday at 7 pm (Schedules are subject to change)

 DEPARTURES For Bato, Samboan (Cebu)
M/V Lite Ferrry 16 of Lite Ferries Shipping

M/V Lite Ferrry 16 of Lite Ferries Shipping Lines

Daily at 3 AM (Schedules are subject to change)

Fare per Person:   Php 350 for sitting and Php 360 for bed/bunk accommodation.

Four-wheeled vehicle(SUV)- Php 4,220

DEPARTURES For  Zamboanga City
M/V Zamboanga Ferry of George and Peter Lines

M/V Zamboanga Ferry of George & Peter Lines

Every Tuesday at 12 NN, arrival at Zamboanga Port is on Wednesday at 2 AM. (Schedules are subject to change). Please see G&P’s Facebook page for updated schedules.

Side note: The ferry schedules and fares posted above are sourced from the ticketing booth found in the Port of Dapitan. The information provided herein is accurate for the time being but subject to change as per shipping operator’s policyOther pertinent information regarding shipping operator and port terminal policies can be found at their own respective websites/or Facebook pages, and on their designated ticketing offices found in the port of destination mentioned below.

Shipping schedules posted herein are painstakingly gathered from reliable sources and updated every now and then- without being paid in return or getting any monetary commission from any of the mentioned shipping companies. Your continued patronage (please share it to your Facebook account) and generous contribution -any kind- will be highly appreciated.

Disclaimer: The author, in any way, shall not be held liable for any damages -personal and/or business related losses- caused by factual errors, omission and/or any unforeseen mistakes (I strive to make it accurate as much as possible, but being human it does happen). Nor it expresses any warranties for the information it provided herein. THE USE OF ALL INFORMATION  ON THIS SITE IS AT YOUR SOLE RISK. Furthermore, any comments/or statements raised by yours truly are of personal opinion only and does not in anyway reflects the opinion of any authoritative bodies unless stated.


1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dipolog_City

2. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dapitan

3. http://www.dapitancity.gov.ph/

4. http://www.zamboanga.com

5. http://www.ppasomin.com

Featured Philippine Ports: DUMAGUIT PORT

Dumaguit, New Washington

Port of Dumaguit


Located in the oldest province in the country, New Washington is one of the municipalities in the Province of Aklan. Formerly called Fonda Lagatik, the name derived from Lagatik river, a tributary stretching more than nine kilometers in length. Established on 15th of January 1904 and was named after President George Washington, the first President of the United States of America as a tribute by Aklanons to the Thomasites.

A mere 20 minutes leisure drive via mass transport from Kalibo City, the town of New Washington is bounded by the Municipalities of Banga and Balete on the west, to the south is Altavas, and in southeast is the Municipality of Batan. The town of Batan by the way is the home of Kalantiaw Shrine  erected  in memory of the third chief of Panay-Rajah Bendahara Kalantiaw the promulgator of the so-called Code of Kalantiaw. (1)

The City of Kalibo the capital of Aklan, is 165 kilometers from the City of Iloilo and can be reached via 3 1/2  hours Ceres transport bus ride (190 pesos for non-aircon). Travel time from Manila North Harbor  to Port of Dumaguit takes around 16 hours.

PORT OF ENTRY: Port of Dumaguit

Dumaguit-Batan Ferry Terminal

Dumaguit-Batan Ferry Terminal

Dumaguit Port is situated along a cove rich in mangroves and fish pens. The entrance channel is distinguishable at night by a two lighthouses, one is at the boundary of Dumaguit in the north and the other is on the eastern boundary of Batan.

The inner basin along Dumaguit-Batan coast are fully protected from rough sea during bad weather, and is considered a natural anchorage for small vessel looking for a shelter during storm. Ships with larger draft are not suitable to drop anchor in the cove because of shallow bed and limited turning area. The Port has a terminal building that houses the Port’s administration office and Passenger boarding facilities. It also has small container yard near the building, and a cargo handling equipment (a lone forklift truck). The entire port can operate at night with their three high mast lights installed inside the premises, and street lamps near the entrance/exit gate. Porters are also available to assist travelers to unload their cargoes from ships. Dumaguit-Batan boat terminal and passenger shed are few meters away from the port’s gate.

During 60’s and 70’s era,  at the height of the Ati-Atihan Festival popularity (as the Philippine Mardi Gras is known) popularity, some foreign and local tourist flock Kalibo town using Dumaguit Port as entry point. Today, the said above port are still preferred by backpackers, and budget conscious travelers who want to see the beauty of the Ati-Atihan Festival which is held every third Sunday of January in Aklan’s capital town of Kalibo. The festival is preceded by several weeks of street dancing and merry-making to the tune of drums in honor of the Sto. Nino or the child Jesus.

Dumaguit Port was once the gateway of the Province of Aklan; that is before Caticlan got its  ro-ro connection between Port of Roxas in Mindoro Occidental, and in Batangas Port via Strong Republic Nautical Highway (SRNH) which were launched by previous administration on April 12, 2003.

There are several vessels that previously serve between Port of Dumaguit and Manila North Harbor during 80’s, 90’s and early 2000’s era. Vessels from Aboitiz Shipping’s M/V El Cano, and M/V Legazpi,  W G & A’s  M/V our Lady of Medjugorje are among the vessels that frequented here. (2)

Shipping and Passenger Statistics for 1998 to 2002 













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On 25th of October 1999, the then former President Joseph Ejercito Estrada executed an Order (E.O. Nos. 172) declaring and delineating the Dumaguit Port zone under the administrative jurisdiction of the Philippine Ports Authority. Since then the PDO-Visayas/PMO Iloilo oversee the whole operation of the Port of Dumaguit. (4)

Port of Dumaguit is part of the Nautical highway Project covering the Batangas-Caticlan-Dumaguit and Iloilo route, using western nautical corridor’s east coast of Ivatan-Capiz road. The said project was launched by previous administration to boost inter-island Commerce, Trade, Tourism, and Agro-industrial investment opportunities through the use of  land and sea- transports links; taking advantage of the roll-on-roll-off (RORO) network of ferries, and newly constructed/renovated ports totaling 41 sea-ports in a 22 different links. (5)

In 2006, Asia Marine Shipping Lines announces the opening of Batangas-Odiongan, Romblon-Dumaguit route via Super Shuttle Roro 2, a 1769 GT vessel owned by the family of Paul Rodriguez. The said event was graced by the former President herself. (6)


Port Location:   Brgy. Dumaguit New Washington, Province of Aklan

Port Name:   TMO Dumaguit

Port Management:  PPA/PDO-Visayas, PMO Iloilo

Address: Brgy. Loboc La Paz, Iloilo City Philippines

Phone:   (033) 337-69-45

Fax:  (033) 337-69-45

Email:   ppailo@philwebinc.com

Web Site:   www.ppa.com.ph

Port Type:   Pier, Jetty or Wharf

Port Size:   Small

Latitude: 11° 35′ 22” N

Longitude: 122° 29′ 20″ E

Total land Area: 276,642.22 sq. meters


From Batangas (via Odiongan):  Monday, Wednesday, Friday at 3 pm

To Batangas (via Odiongan):  Tuesday, Thursday, Sunday at 12 pm


From Batangas vice versa: 750 pesos minimum (Super Shuttle Roro 2)

To Kalibo proper: 20 pesos (Jeep)

To Caticlan Jetty Port via Ceres Bus: 107 pesos (Air-con)

To Iloilo via Ceres Bus: 194 pesos (Non Air-con)

Note: Be advised that the above shipping schedules are no longer in effect, as changes in vessel and shipping operation have seized.


  1. www.wikitravel.org/en/New_Washington
  2. www.asiatour.com
  3.  file:///I:/ILO-DUMAGUIT%20STAT.htm
  4. www.elibrary.judiciary.gov.ph
  5. Socioeconomic Reports on Central Philippines, 7th July 2006 by Sec. Romulo Neri (Secretary of Socioeconomic Planning).
  6. www.batangas.com