Featured Philippine Ports: DUMAGUIT PORT


NEW WASHINGTON, AKLAN 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, … Continue reading Featured Philippine Ports: DUMAGUIT PORT

Featured Philippine Ports: The Manila South Harbor


PORT OF MANILA Being a maritime nation sea transports are the major means of moving various goods, and people from one island province to another. Majority of these products, and materials are either exported or imported to/from this country thru maritime exchanges. During early existence of Port of Manila, its transformation  from being the important trading center during … Continue reading Featured Philippine Ports: The Manila South Harbor

Pasig River Ferry (no longer operational)


Pasig River as viewed here atop McArthur bridge.   Commuter service along Pasig river from Plaza Mexico, Intramuros (downstream) to Brgy. Kalawaan Norte, Pasig City (Upstream).  SPECIFICATION Transit type: Water Bus Structure type: Twin hulled (Catamarans) Length: 23 meters long Width: 7 meters long Molded depth: 1.8 meters, draft 1.1 meter Deck dimension: Passenger area 104 … Continue reading Pasig River Ferry (no longer operational)