Cavite – Manila Ferry Service Gives Free Rides Until January 31, 2020
NEW CAVITE – MANILA FERRY – The newly opened Cavite-Manila Ferry Service offers passengers a drastically cut-down travel time.
Heavy traffic has forever plagued the city of Manila. Now, the Department of Transportation is offering an alternative.
The best part about this is, they’re giving passengers a taste of their service for free for about a month. Recently. the DoTR announced its latest service.
Its ferry service would be operating from the Cultural Center of the Philippines (CCP) to Cavite. It would also go from Liwasang Bonifacio to Cavite.
Starting today, (December 9), the service would be open to the public. The trip from Liwasang Bonifacio to Cavite is expected to take 40-45 minutes.
Meanwhile, CCP to Cavite City port Terminal is estimated to take around 15 minutes. The Liwasang Bonifacio route served by MV Island Sabtang will be free until January 31, 2020.
Once the promo period ends, the regular price for passengers would now be implemented. Here are the fare prices:
- Regular – P160
- Student – P128
- Senior Citizen and PWD – P114
- Children aged four to eleven – P80
- Children up to three – Free
The Ferry, MV Island Sabtang can accommodate 57 passengers. In addition, the CCP-Cavite route serviced by MB Seaborne Mercury, which can hold 25 passengers, will be free until January 9, 2020.
Afterward, regular fees would follow:
- Regular – P200
- Student – P160
- Senior Citizen – P143
- Children four to eleven – P125
ABANGAN: Makiisa sa paglulunsad ng Mabilis, Maginhawa at Panatag na Biyahe: #OkayKaFerryKo bukas, araw ng Linggo, ika-8 ng Disyembre.
Sa pangunguna ng Department of Transportation (DOTr) kasama ang buong maritime sector, at LGUs ng Manila at Cavite, ilulunsad na natin ang Cavite-Manila Ferry Route.Department of Transportaion Philippines
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