Domestic ports record 47,209 departures on Good Friday — PCG PDF Print E-mail
Sunday, 20 April 2014 13:39

The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) announced that 47,209 seagoing passengers have departed from the country’s various domestic ports Good Friday morning.

Cmdr. Armand Balilo, Coast Guard spokesperson, said that this tally is as of 6 a.m. Good Friday.

Coast Guard District National Capital Region-Central Luzon recorded 2,100 departures and all of this are from Manila.

While Coast Guard District Central Visayas reported 20,648 seagoing passengers leaving from its areas of jurisdiction:

-Cebu — 19,809

-Tagbilaran — 372

-Dumaguete — 467

Coast Guard District Southwestern Mindanao recorded 3,559 departures and these are from:

-Zamboanga — 1,998

-Jolo — 931

-Bongao — 630

While Coast Guard District Southern Tagalog posted 6,051 passenger departures and these can be divided from:

-Batangas — 3,819

-Calapan — 1,610

-Lucena — 608

-Mamburao — 14

Coast Guard District Western Visayas recorded 8,516 and these can be broken down into:

-Iloilo — 4,774

-Bacolod — 252

-Caticlan — 3,490

Coast Guard District Southeastern Mindanao reported 1,942 departures and all of these are from Davao.

While Coast Guard District Bicol recorded 361 and all of these from Sorsogon.

Coast Guard District Northern Mindanao reported 3,012 departures and these can be broken down into:

-Cagayan De Oro — 1,178

-Surigao — 121

-Iligan — 565

-Butuan — 136

-Ozamiz — 1,012

While Coast Guard District Eastern Visayas recorded 1,020 and these are from:

-Catbalogan — 424

-Ormoc — 390

-Maasin — 206.