How much is the fare from Cebu to Masbate?

How much is the fare from Cebu to Masbate?

The ferry from Cebu City will depart at 6:00 PM every Wednesday. If you are traveling from Masbate City, the ferry will depart at 6:00 PM every Thursday. The total travel time is 11 hours. The regular passenger fare is ₱860.00.

How do I buy Roro tickets?

You can book RORO one way and roundtrip bus tickets online with PH Bus. Visit and select your routes, dates, and number of passengers.

What pier is cokaliong Cebu to Masbate?

Cebu City Pier 1
Cokaliong has trips every week from Cebu City to Masbate City and vice versa. The ports for this route are the Cebu City Pier 1 and the Masbate City Port. The RORO vessel that will ply this route is the MV Filipinas Cebu and MV Filipinas Butuan.

How much is the bus fare from Manila to Masbate?

Roro Bus Fares to Masbate

Origin Destination Price
Marikina Masbate Port ₱1300

How do I book a RoRo car?

For bookings and inquiries, simply call our customer service hotline (+632) 77-99-222, Monday to Saturday 8:00 am to 7:00 pm. For individual drive-in customers, bring your vehicle to our RoRo staging area in any of our ports of operations.

How do you board a RoRo?

All you have to do is present your OR and CR at the window as you drive by the booth and pay. Your passengers need not even go down from the vehicle. The Roro ticketing officers will approach you as you line up your vehicle for boarding, where you would pay for the vehicle and the passengers.

How can I get Masbate?

If you’re coming from Manila, you can go all the way to Masbate from Quezon City by bus. Buses like the RoRo Bus and Bicol Isarog leave Cubao and are loaded onto roll-on-roll-off boats between Pilar port in Sorsogon and Masbate City. Travel time is from 16 to 18 hours.

How can I go to RoRo from Cebu?

There are 3 ways to get from Roro to Cebu City by taxi, car ferry, ferry, bus, bus and ferry or plane

  1. Take a taxi from Roro to Pio Duran.
  2. Take the car ferry from Pio Duran to Port of Masbate.
  3. Take the ferry from Masbate City to Cebu.

Is 2GO a RoRo?

SHIPPING company 2GO officially unveiled its newest roll-on roll-off (roro) passenger vessel, mv 2GO Maligaya, on Wednesday, May 12, 2021 with a route to and from Manila, Cebu and Cagayan de Oro. Mv 2GO Maligaya has a passenger capacity of 800 with 225 rooms and more container capacity.

How much is car fee in RoRo?

At the Roxas Port: A toll fee of P30; Roro terminal fee of P129; Roxas-Caticlan passenger fare of P391 and vehicle fee of P3,680. Thus, one way, from Batangas to Caticlan, the Roro expenses run up to P6,087.

Who is the owner of cokaliong?

Chester C. Cokaliong
Cokaliong Shipping Lines

Type Private company
Founded 1989
Headquarters Cokaliong Tower, Osmeña Blvd. North Reclamation Area, Cebu City , Philippines
Area served Visayas, Mindanao
Key people Chester C. Cokaliong Founder, CEO, & COO Gregoria C. Cokaliong President & Chairperson

Can I bring my car to Masbate?

Visitors can also bring their cars or motorcycles and take the Ro-Ro so they can travel around Masbate at their own convenience. Those coming from Metro Manila need to make their way to the Pio Duran Port almost 500 km away to board the RoRo. Prepare for a long drive.

How much is island hopping in Masbate?

A full-day island-hopping tour costs PHP 1,500 per person for a minimum of four, inclusive of meals. Tours can be arranged through municipal tourism officer Ana Carolina del Mundo. Mobile number: +63 9109950239.

Is Masbate poor?

The province of Masbate is rich in natural resources but is one of the top poorest provinces in the country. Poverty is a major issue and it persists because the poor lacks the access and control of critical resources needed to improve income in various economic engagement.

How much is a RORO vessel?

Damuy said a ship with the same size as its brand-new RORO passenger vessel costs around $13 million to $14 million, depending on the configuration. Meanwhile, he said the two bigger-sized variants it has ordered would cost around $20 million and $30 million per ship, respectively.