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Alabat Port Trip Schedule 12/04/2019

Trip Update No. 1
4 DECEMBER 2019 (WEDNESDAY)
SCHEDULE OF DEPARTURE
Alabat Feeder Port To Atimonan Feeder Port

05:00 AM – – – – – M/V Nhelsea 2 (CANCELLED)
06:00 AM – – – – – M/V Viva America 2 ( NO TRIP)
07:00 AM – – – – – M/V PINOY RORO 1
10:00 AM – – – – – M/V Nhelsea 2(STANDY)

12:00 PM – – – – – M/V PINOY RORO
01:00 PM – – – – – M/V Viva America 2 ( NO TRIP)
04:00 PM – – – – – M/V PINOY RORO 1 (standby)

PAUNAWA
Ang byahe po ng bawat bagka/roro ay maaring makansela (Cancellation of Trips) depende kung masama ang panahon, biglang pagkasira nito o may dapat ayusin.

Maraming salamat po at Maligayang paglalakbay! πŸ™‚

Hotline: 0977-856-4453 – PMO Alabat Port

Alabat Port Trip Update 11/30/2019

Trip Update No. 1
30 NOVEMBER 2019)(SATURDAY)
SCHEDULE OF DEPARTURE
Alabat Feeder Port To Atimonan Feeder Port

05:00 AM – – – – – M/V Nhelsea 2 (CANCELLED)
06:00 AM – – – – – M/V Viva America 2 ( NO TRIP)
07:00 AM – – – – – M/V PINOY RORO 1(CANCELLED)
10:00 AM – – – – – M/V Nhelsea 2(CANCELLED)

12:00 PM – – – – – M/V PINOY RORO (CANCELLED)
01:00 PM – – – – – M/V Viva America 2 ( NO TRIP)
04:00 PM – – – – – M/V PINOY RORO 1 (CANCELLED)

PAUNAWA
Ang byahe po ng bawat bagka/roro ay maaring makansela (Cancellation of Trips) depende kung masama ang panahon, biglang pagkasira nito o may dapat ayusin.

Maraming salamat po at Maligayang paglalakbay! πŸ™‚

Hotline: 0977-856-4453 – PMO Alabat Port

Alabat Port Trip Update

Trip Update No. 1
29 NOVEMBER 2019 (FRIDAY)
SCHEDULE OF DEPARTURE
Alabat Feeder Port To Atimonan Feeder Port

05:00 AM – – – – – M/V Nhelsea 2 (CANCELLED)
06:00 AM – – – – – M/V Viva America 2 ( NO TRIP)
07:00 AM – – – – – M/V PINOY RORO 1(CANCELLED)
10:00 AM – – – – – M/V Nhelsea 2(CANCELLED)

12:00 PM – – – – – M/V PINOY RORO (CANCELLED)
01:00 PM – – – – – M/V Viva America 2 ( NO TRIP)
04:00 PM – – – – – M/V PINOY RORO 1 (standby/depende sa panahonat taas ng tubig)

PAUNAWA
Ang byahe po ng bawat bangka/roro ay maaring makansela (Cancellation of Trips) depende kung masama ang panahon, biglang pagkasira nito o may dapat ayusin.

Maraming salamat po at Maligayang paglalakbay! πŸ™‚

Hotline: 0977-856-4453 – PMO Alabat Port

MDRRMO Weather Update

MDRRMO Weather Update 11/28/19

NORTH EASTERLIES (Northeasterly Surface Wind flow/Weak Amihan) will bring partly to mostly cloudy skies, moderate to fresh breeze with passing isolated rain showers or thunderstorms across REST OF LUZON,

Possible Light Rain From 8:00 am to 11:00 pm

Keep Safe Alabat.
-Mayor FM

Alabat Port Trip Update

Trip Update No. 2
27 NOVEMBER 2019 (WENESDAY)
SCHEDULE OF DEPARTURE
Alabat Feeder Port To Atimonan Feeder Port

10:00 AM – – – – – M/V Nhelsea 2

12:00 PM – – – – – M/V PINOY RORO 1
01:00 PM – – – – – M/V Viva America 2 ( NO TRIP)
04:00 PM – – – – – M/V PINOY RORO 1 ( CANCELLED )

PAUNAWA
Ang byahe po ng bawat bagka/roro ay maaring makansela (Cancellation of Trips) depende kung masama ang panahon,mataas ang tubig o biglang pagkasira nito at may dapat ayusin.

Maraming salamat po at Maligayang paglalakbay! πŸ™‚

Hotline: 0977-856-4453 – PMO Alabat Port

Geographic Location

The Municipality of Alabat is located in the Province of Quezon in the southern part of Luzon (Region IV-A). It is a municipality located in the center of Alabat Island – the Municipality of Perez in the northwest and Municipality of Quezon in the southeast; Pacific Ocean in the east and Lamon Bay in the west. (Please see Figure 1 for the location.)

Legal Basis of Creation

The Act No. 956 approved and issued on October 23, 1903 legally created the town of Alabat as a municipality of the Province of Quezon of the Republic of the Philippines.

Historical Background of Alabat Island

Alabat, a paradise island in the Pacific, was inhabited by the early family of Caparros because of its excellent fishing grounds, fertility of the soil, wide plains, nearness to a river and safe landing shore. Other immigrants from Gumaca came pouring in upon hearing of the suitability of the place for human habitation. They named the place β€œCAMAGONG”. Perhaps this name was taken from trees with edible fruits called Camagong or Mabolo which grow abundantly in the Mount Camagong, the highest point in the island.

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