Maayo Shipping “NOW” brings you closer to Cebu!
Dumaguete and Cebu are two major tourist destinations in the Philippines. Rich in cultural heritage and natural wonder – foreign and local tourist flock the area to enjoy their vacation in the favorite tourist spots that are now developed with the help of local Tourism office. White sand beaches, caves, waterfalls and hot spring abound in the area.
Maayo Shipping Lines had seen the potential of a flourishing business in linking the two islands. With multiple fleets of Roro Vessels, the management of Maayo shipping has announced additional trips for both Liloan (Santander, Cebu) to Sibulan (Dumaguete) and the route of Bato (Samboan Cebu) to Tampi (Amlan, Negros Oriental).
With the acquisition of additional ships, travel is made easier between Dumaguete to Cebu and Vice Versa, additional schedules had been implemented to suit the schedules of our Kababayans who are doing business in the two cities or simply on a pleasure trip.
Connecting the island between Tampi and Bato, there are fifteen (15) trips daily with a shortest time span of 30 minutes.
Tampi to Bato and Bato to Tampi Schedule
The route Sibulan to Liloan also takes less than 30 minutes in crossing the channel with 13 trips daily starting at:
Sibulan to Liloan (Santander) and Vice Versa
For both routes Liloan (Santander) to Sibulan or Bato (Samboan) to Tampi (Amlan) routes, the passage rates are as follows:
Ticket Regular Passenger – P70.00
Ticket rate for Senior Citizen – P 55.00
Freight charges for Bato/Tampi/Bato or Liloan to Sibulan and Vice Versa:
- 4 wheelers vehicle
Round trip freight charge -P1,086
Freight One Way only – P870.00
Round Trip freight charge – P302.00
One-way freight cost – P200.00
- 6 wheelers Elf Truck
Round Trip freight charge – P1,861
One-way freight cost – P1,550
Ticket rates and shipping schedule are subject to change without prior notice
With the slogan of the company – “Mas MAAYO Na, Mas Duol pa gyud” (In MAAYO <Good>, the nearer, the better)”, they are offering more convenience, flexibility and better service.
If you have questions on their operating schedule, ticket and freight rates, you may contact Maayo Shipping telephone numbers – (035) 4198140, 4197371 and 4003059, or mobile number 0917 710 7080.
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