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RX3 DULO Adventure 2015 in Bagac Bataan

Pioneer Ride in the rough road of Mariveles-Bagac Bataan. RX3 and Rouser 180: Masters of Bagac Bataan road. Dated: March 08-09, 2015 (Sunday-Monday).

Lakwachero and Jhun Castro finally reached around 6pm in Balanga Bataan after 15-hour long and tiresome trip from Bolinao Pangasinan in 16.3333° N, 119.8833° E part of the Philippines. 528 more words

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The Zamboanga Ferry

The Zamboanga Ferry of George & Peter Lines is the only ferry now left in the Cebu-Zamboanga route that just emanates from Cebu. When 2GO does not sail this route, she is the only ferry available unless one wants to try the tiring and stressful part-bus trip via Dipolog which is even more expensive and involves many transfers. 875 more words

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The Trans-Asia 5 (ex-Butuan Bay 1)

I first noticed “Butuan Bay 1” in a streamer in San Francisco (Sanfranz) bus terminal early in 2002 when I still usually took the land route from Davao to Bicol through Leyte and Samar. 1,309 more words

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The Ports in Davao PMO Hosting Foreign Ships

written by: Mike Baylon

There are a host of ports under the Davao Port Maritime Office (PMO) that serve foreign ships. Most of these are privately-owned and the number increased dramatically in the recent years because of the congestion in the government-owned regional port, the big port of Sasa. 984 more words

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The Manila Princess

In Philippine liner history, if there is ever one ship that never had a permanent route then that ship would probably be the “Manila Princess” of Sulpicio Lines (although in earlier times there might be such ships in General Shipping Company as that defunct shipping company can’t make a ship stick to one name). 750 more words

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The Mary, Queen of Peace

The “Mary, Queen of Peace” of Negros Navigation holds the distinction as the ferry that held the highest total horsepower among liners in the inter-island trade in the Philippines at 36,000 horsepower. 1,043 more words

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The True Range of the Intermodal Trucks in the Philippines

written by: Mike Baylon

In the Philippines, intermodal trucks are defined as those trucks that are rolled onboard ROPAXes to make deliveries to other islands. The trucks can be trailers (articulated trucks) with container vans or aluminum bodies, trucks (unarticulated) with container vans, aluminum bodies or wing van trucks plus all other kinds of trucks including refrigerated trucks and mini-trucks or panels like those used by LBC and other air parcel services. 2,360 more words

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