CUYO ISLAND FERRY GUIDE


Ferry Boat to and from Cuyo Island

Ferry Boats docked in Port of Cuyo

These RORO/Ferry schedules and fares are sourced from the ticketing offices found in Port of Iloilo, Municipality of Cuyo and Port of Puerto Princesa. The information provided herein is accurate for the time being but subject to change as per shipping operator’s policy. Other pertinent information regarding shipping operator and port terminal policies can be found at their own respective websites/or Facebook pages, and at their designated ticketing offices found in the port of destination mentioned below.

Shipping schedules posted below are painstakingly gathered from different sources and updated every now and then- without being paid in return or getting any monetary commission from any of the mentioned shipping companies. Your continued patronage (please share it to your Facebook account) and generous contribution -any kind- will be highly appreciated.

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FERRY GUIDE IN/OUT OF CUYO, PALAWAN

ROUTE: CUYO-ROXAS, PALAWAN vice versa
copyright: mcgutib

copyright: mcgutib

M/L MILENYO

Monday at 9 in the morning (Note: schedule may varries). Fare per Pax is 700 Pesos only.

ROUTE: CUYO, PALAWAN to CORON/MANILA

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Vessel: M/V D’ Sea Journey

J.V. SERRANO SHIPPING LINES
Contact nos. #09199637024/or #09496241871

Departure: every Wednesday for Coron/Manila at 11pm
Fare: Cuyo to Coron Php 950 (Tourist)
Php 850 (Economy)
Cuyo to Manila Php 1,900 (Tourist)
Php 1,700 ( Economy)

ROUTE:  CUYO TO ILOILO/ PUERTO PRINCESA

Iloilo to Cuyo Island, Palawan-109 nautical miles
Iloilo to Puerto Princesa, Palawan- 242 nautical miles
Cuyo to  Puerto Princesa, Palawan-154 nautical miles

M/V Maria Isabel

Fares/Pax to Puerto Princesa is Php 968 (Economy) and Php 125

MONTENEGRO SHIPPING LINES

 email: mlsi_bacolod@montenegrolines.com.ph / or at bacolod_msli@yahoo.com
FROM ILOILO  Every Wed and Saturday at 8 in the morning.
Php 710/ to Php 923 (Economy/Mabuhay Class)
TO PUERTO PRINCESA Wed & Saturday at 8in the evening Php968 to Php1258(Economy/Mabuhay Class)
FROM PUERTO PRINCESA
Thursday & Sunday evening.
Vessel: M/V Maria Isabel
MILAGROSA J-Tres

MILAGROSA J-Tres

MILAGROSA  SHIPPING LINES
email: milagrosa_jshipping@yahoo.com.ph

FROM ILOILO

Every Mon & Thurs at 7 in the evening. Fare: Php 475 to 575 (Economy/Deluxe)

TO ILOILO

Every Tues & Fri

Vessel: M/V Milagrosa-J Tres and M/V Millagrosa-J Cinco

FROM PUERTO PRINCESA

Every Thurs & Sun at 3 in the afternoon Fare: Php 725 to 980 (Economy/Tourst)
TO PUERTO PRINCESA Every Tues & Fri at 3 in the afternoon. Vessel: M/V Milagrosa-J Tres and M/V Millagrosa-J Cinco

 

 

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21 thoughts on “CUYO ISLAND FERRY GUIDE

  1. There are ferrys. Im traveling since years to cuyo or puerto… just check this link. The Problems sometimes are, if the ferrys chacel the trip in case of Strong wind or bad weather, the hole shedule days are getting out of normal. But i mean, better they chancel instead of an exident. And to travel to the middel of nowhere needs sometimes a lot of patient. Take it relaxed in days like this and explore Iloilo or Puerto in this time till the ferrys back in normal shedule days..
    Here is a Link to all Shedule Times from all ferrys around Iloilo-Cuyo-Puerto
    https://m.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=367588530007417&id=148009715298634

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    • We asked them at the office and they said there is no accurate time- they leave whenever they feel like! 🙂 update: montenegro goes only on saturdays and milagrosa on tuesdays!

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      • First of all Thank you very much for the update. Well there you go the Filipino time- relax, no pressure whatsoever haha- it maybe on time but most of the time they’re not. Anyway good to know Montenegro still plies on this route, I haven’t notice there presence in Iloilo last month, though I think they should go back to their original twice a week schedule after all its kite boarding season in Cuyo. On the other hand Milagrosa J-Cinco I guess is temporarily out of service, the one dock at their Lapuz wharf is Milagrosa J-Tres. Here is the link:

        Milagrosa J-Tres

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      • Pleasure bay… I expect both shipping companies stick to their normal sched as tourist arrival peaks on this summer season. Have a pleasant travel.

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      • This is not true. Milagrosa still sails every Monday & Thursday from Iloilo to Puerto Princesa. The recent update is they dry dock the ferry who sails on Thursday so they sail once a week which is every Monday. You have to book a week before to assure a ticket.

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      • @Bisdakexplorer
        Hi,

        Hows your trip to Curon and Puerto Princessa? Thanks for the update, so it is clear now that Milagrosa J-Cinco is on her scheduled dry-dock. I wonder why Milagrosa J-Tres can’t do a twice a week trip to and from Puerto Princesa, after all its summer and peak season.

        For the usual traveler to this route, one doesn’t need to book a trip since you have both Milagrosa and Montenegro Shipping plying on this route twice a week, this was a year ago. But since both company-if I am not mistaken- reduced its trip to once a week due to reasons they only know, it is better to buy a ticket ahead of time, at least two or three days ahead. This is usually normal during peak season, but coming stormy season things will be a little different.

        Again thanks for the visit, looking forward to your next blog!

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