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Superferry

Posted by on May 5th, 2009
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Philippines Superferry

SuperFerry sails to 15 ports of call all over the Philippines, including Bacolod, Cagayan de Oro, Cebu, Coron, Cotabato, Davao, Dumaguete, General Santos, Iligan, Iloilo, Manila, Ozamis, Puerto Princesa, Tagbilaran, and Zamboanga.

They have 8 Vessels: SuperFerry 1, SuperFerry 2, SuperFerry 5, SuperFerry 9, SuperFerry 12, SuperFerry 19, Our Lady of Medjugorje, and Our Lady of Good Voyage.

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SuperFerry Accommodations

Stateroom
The State Rooms are air-conditioned rooms with one matrimonial or two single beds. It has a receiving area, cable television and private toilet and bath. Towels, pillows and complete linens are provided.

Cabin
Cabins are ideal for families or groups who want to enjoy their trip together. Cabins are air-conditioned quarters equipped with bunk beds with cable television and private toilet and bath. Pillows and complete linens are provided.

Tourist
Tourist accommodation is an air-conditioned section equipped with bunk beds with partitions for a sense of privacy. Common toilet and bath are available. Pillows are provided and complete set of bed linens are available for rent.

Mega Value
Mega Value is one of our economy accommodations perfect for back-packers and those traveling with a tight budget. It is an air-conditioned section equipped with bunk beds. Common toilet and bath are available. Pillows and complete bed linens are available for rent.

Super Value
Super Value accommodation is a non air-conditioned section that is equipped with bunk beds with common toilet and bath. Pillows and complete bed linens are available for rent.

SuperFerry Fleet Destinations

SuperFerry 1
Manila – Coron – Puerto Princesa – Coron – Manila

SuperFerry 2
Manila – Tagbilaran – Dumaguete – Ozamis – Tagbilaran – Manila
Manila – Cebu – Tagbilaran – Dipolog – Tagbilaran – Cebu – Manila.
Manila – Bacolod – Iligan – Dumaguete – Bacolod – Manila
Manila – Iloilo – Bacolod – Iligan – Iloilo – Manila
Manila – Cebu – Surigao – Nasipit – Surigao – Manila

SuperFerry 5
Manila – Tagbilaran – Dumaguete – Ozamis – Tagbilaran – Manila
Manila – Cebu – Tagbilaran – Dipolog – Tagbilaran – Cebu – Manila.
Manila – Bacolod – Iligan – Dumaguete – Bacolod – Manila
Manila – Iloilo 0 Bacolod – Iligab – Iloilo – Manila
Manila – Cebu – Surigao – Nasipit – Surigao – Manila

SuperFerry 9
Manila – Tagbilaran – Dumaguete – Ozamis – Tagbilaran – Manila
Manila – Cebu – Tagbilaran – Dipolog – Tagbilaran – Cebu – Manila.
Manila – Bacolod – Iligan – Dumaguete – Bacolod – Manila
Manila – Iloilo 0 Bacolod – Iligab – Iloilo – Manila
Manila – Cebu – Surigao – Nasipit – Surigao – Manila

SuperFerry 12
Manila – Cebu – Cagayan – Cebu – Manila

SuperFerry 19
Manila – Cebu – Dumaguete – Cebu – Manila
Manila – Dumaguete – Iligan – Ozamis – Iligan – Cebu – Manila

Our Lady of Medjugorje

Manila – Dumaguit – Roxas – Dumaguit – Manila

Our Lady of Good Voyage

SuperFerry Contact

For Reservations: Call +63 2 5287000 any day of the week from 6:00 Am to 10:00 PM

Official Website: Superferry Philippines

Superferry Email: info@SuperFerry.com.ph

All the vessels depart from Manila at either Pier 4 at North Harbour, Pier 4 is the WG&A SuperFerry terminal. The other two ferries depart from Pier 15 which is in South Harbour Manila.

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