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Old October 15th, 2012, 09:59 PM   #1
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NEGROS ORIENTAL | Ports and Shipping

Baseport Dumaguete

The Port of Dumaguete is the principal port of entry in the province of Negros Oriental, extending its economic influence not only within the territorial confines of the Capital City of Dumaguete but well beyond to the four (4) other cities and seventeen (17) municipalities situated north and south comprising the three congressional districts of the province. The Port of Dumaguete is one of the vital port links of the Strong Republic Nautical Highway (SRNH) linking the Visayas and Mindanao Regions.



Location:
Barangay Looc, Dumaguete City, Negros Oriental

Coordinates:
Latitude 09O 01’ 03” N,
Longitude 123O 01’ 08” E

Distance to Major Port Links:
Cagayan de Oro = 95.90 NM
Cebu = 70.20 NM
Dapitan = 41.20 NM
Iligan = 85.00 NM
Tagbilaran = 37.00 NM
Manila = 425.50 NM

OPEN STORAGE FACILITIES


0.5534 hectare concreted Container Yard for CHARO Operations. Newly completed 1.7 hectare unpaved back-up area as working and open storage areas for conventional and LOLO handled containers. 2,200 sq. meter Marshalling Area for rolling cargoes adjoining the HWL and LWL Roro Ramps at the north side of pier one.



Passenger Terminal Building: 3,046 sq. m., 1,016 seating capacity, two-storey, fully air conditioned, with principal support amenities (standby 150 kva generator set, elevated water tank, cistern tank for water reservoir) and eight ticketing booths for lease to shipping lines.

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Old October 15th, 2012, 10:01 PM   #2
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TMO Guihulngan



PORT OF GUIHULNGAN

The Port of Guihulngan is situated 115 kms. from Dumaguete City. It caters mainly to small ferry passenger vessels between Guihulngan and Tangil, Dumanjug, Cebu. Port facilities include an L-type 6-meter wide by 55-meter long reinforced concrete finger pier, and a berthing area of 99 meters with six (6) cleats mooring fixtures. Occasionally, tramping vessels docked to load copra bulk.

Main access road is through the national highway crossing Port of Guihulngan. A cemented pavement of 6 meters wide with a distance of 100 meters from the highway to the entrance of the pier serves as the passage of vehicles transporting passengers and cargoes, loaded/ unloaded to and from the vessels.

Docking maneuver is through North, East or South sides of the navigable waters of the pier.


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Old October 15th, 2012, 10:03 PM   #3
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TMO Tandayag



PORT OF TANDAYAG

The main access to the Port of Tandayag is a concrete paved road which is 8 meters wide. The distance from the highway to the port is only 100 meters. The Municipality of Amlan is located north from the port 2 kms. away. While the City of Dumaguete is to the south from the Port of Tandayag 18 kms. away. It is approximately 3.6 nautical miles from the opposite government Port of Bato, Santander, Cebu and approximately 15 nautical miles away from the Port of Dumaguete.

Docking maneuver to the Port can be approached either from the north or south side of the pier. A lighthouse with beacon light which is approximately 1 kilometer to the north from the Port of Tandayag can assist night time navigation in locating the Port.
The Port is surrounded with residential houses and with two private ports on both sides. The Private Port of Maayo Shipping is located a

t the south side while the Private Port of Chevron PhiIippines is located at the north side.



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Old October 15th, 2012, 10:11 PM   #4
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PORT OF SIBULAN



Lil-oan (Cebu) to Sibulan Port (Sibulan, Oriental Negros)

* Fastcraft
* Pumpboat (Motorized outrigger) – 30 minutes, P40
* Cuadro Alas Shipping
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Old October 15th, 2012, 10:24 PM   #5
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Old January 7th, 2013, 05:21 PM   #6
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Old January 7th, 2013, 05:23 PM   #7
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MV Zamboanga Ferry, cargo boat, suspended
By Judy Flores-Partlow
• Sun, Jan 06, 2013





The Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) has suspended sea travel of a cargo vessel and a passenger ship after both incurred damages at the height of Tropical Depression Auring on Thursday in Dumaguete City.

Chief Petty Officer Ruben Caluscusin, deputy station commander of the Philippine Coast Guard in Dumaguete, disclosed Friday the MARINA has ordered the immediate suspension of the cargo vessel, SF Navigator, and the passenger ship, M/V Zamboanga Ferry. Both ships are now docked at the Dumaguete port.

According to CPO Caluscusin, the SF Navigator incurred damage to its bow and part of the hull after huge waves and strong winds spawned by “Auring” caused it to slam back and forth against one of the finger piers of the Dumaguete port.

The pier to which the SF Navigator was secured was also badly damaged. Luckily, the mooring lines of the cargo vessel did not break off from the cleats to which they were tied.

The SF Navigator has been docked at the Dumaguete port since December 28 to offload cargo, specifically rice sacks of undetermined volume, the Coast Guard said.

It had already offloaded all its cargo but continued to dock at the city port awaiting its next shipment to another destination as it is engaged in the tramp trade, one which does not have a fixed schedule or published ports of call. The SF Navigator, however, continued paying the necessary fees for the duration of its stay at the Dumaguete port.

A visible portion of the SF Navigator’s bow and forward portion of the hull was wrecked, with the MARINA to conduct an investigation and underwater survey for damages, the Coast Guard added.

Meanwhile, a tug boat had towed the M/V Zamboanga Ferry on Friday to the Dumaguete port after it ran aground about 50 meters away from the Rizal Boulevard.

Stormy weather due to Tropical Depression Auring caused the passenger vessel to miss its docking maneuver, with its securing lines disengaged by big waves and strong winds that pushed the passenger ship to a shallow portion of the sea.

The ship grounding resulted in at least five hours of rescue operations to evacuate a total of 228 crew members and passengers from the distressed inter-island vessel. All of the people on board were accounted for, however, one of them died later at a hospital in Dumaguete due to a pre-existing heart condition.

He was identified as Joel Nunez, 33, of Punta Engano, Lapu-lapu City in Cebu.

As of Friday, at least 83 passengers rescued from the Zamboanga Ferry are still stranded at a designated evacuation center at the passenger terminal of the Dumaguete port, awaiting transfer to Cebu.

Provisions and dry clothes are being provided them by the city government and other concerned agencies and the private sector.

Chief Petty Officer Caluscusin said the GP Lines has assured to accommodate them on another inter-island vessel free of charge.

When interviewed, the passengers said they will still have to claim their baggages from the Zamboanga Ferry as soon as it was safely docked at the city port.

Also, the GP Lines has assured to transport the body of the passenger, Joel Nunez, who died at the Negros Oriental Provincial Hospital hours after he was rescued.

Many of the rescued passengers who are from Dumaguete have already returned to their respective homes.

Still, other passengers, many of them students returning after the holiday break, on Friday also proceeded to the city port to claim their baggages but the Coast Guard advised them to wait until after the ship was safely secured at the pier. (PNA)
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Old January 8th, 2013, 09:12 PM   #8
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CRITICAL REPORTING


Time to relocate Dumaguete ports

With the destruction in millions of pesos wrecked by the three recent typhoons and the latest last Wednesday, it is now time to think twice and act as fast on what to do with our obviously misconstructed port areas. Either the piers move out before the next storm comes or those docking boats will be wiped out sooner or later.

Did you know that the Phippine Ports Authroity (PPA) has declared that out of the seven (7) docking areas at the city waterfront, only three (3) are now dock-worthy, meaning, the four others are no longer serviceable?

The PPA, which is in charge of constructing all ports, has an urgent task at hand in order to prevent and preserve the loss of human lives and millions worth of cargoes docked at our ports. They either have to improve the dock-worthiness of our ports or simply RELOCATE the city port somewhere else, and just use the present one for tourism, island-hopping or just fishing purposes.
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Old March 8th, 2013, 11:39 PM   #10
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Old pictures of the port of Guihulngan City - taken on June 2010.

Arriving at the port of Guihulngan City, Oriental Negros - on a Ferry boat from Tangil, Dumanjug, Cebu:














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Old April 14th, 2014, 04:29 PM   #11
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3 ports expansions marked at P183-M

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The Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) identified six proposed projects for the three major ports of Negros Oriental worth P 183 million, which were recently endorsed by the Provincial Development Council for implementation in 2015.

Four of the six projects will be implemented at the Dumaguete Port biggest among them would be the construction of a P 50 million RC pier to accommodate fast crafts and separate passengers from cargo operations at Pier 3.

A transit shed costing P 45 million will also be constructed to store cargoes while awaiting shipment inside the pier along with a P 6.1 million 3 sets of breasting dolphin berths for cargo vessels. Also included in the line-up of projects is the 16 meter wide P 12 million access road at the back up area of the pier will be implemented for the exclusive use for incoming and outgoing cargo vehicles to help decongest traffic at the Dumaguete pier area.
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2GO Travel bares most costly, safest ship in RP


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2GO Travel yesterday unveiled the most expensive, most sophisticated and technologically advanced passenger ship ever to sail in any Philippine water at the North Harbor on mission to change public view about sea travel.

Sulficio Tagud Jr., chief executive officer of 2GO Group, said the $16-million MV St. Francis Xavier (SFX) is their firm’s commitment to provide comfortable, safe and enjoyable journey to every ship passenger.

The acquisition of SFX brought to 10 the firm’s passenger ships, according to the official.
It made its festive maiden voyage at 2:30 pm yesterday to Bacolod with its entire passenger capacity fully occupied. It will serve the Manila-Bacolod and vice versa route every Wednesday and Manila-Cebu-Dumaguete-Zamboanga-Dumaguete-Manila every Saturday.
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