Traveling By Boat In The Philippines?

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Based out of Cebu, I have a site that I keep updated, at least monthly. You can find many boat, ferry and fast craft schedules on it. The site is Cebu Boat Trips.

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A couple of years ago we traveled by Superferry from Manila to Cebu. I would recommend a private cabin. Going by boat sure beats the airlines in my opinion.

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Hi Mike, Yes, I agree. In fact, I am all for traveling, if the boat offers it, in a suite. That is the equivalent of first class via other forms of transportation. You will arrive comfortable, and well rested, after a night's voyage on a boat.Paul

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Hi Mike, Yes, I agree. In fact, I am all for traveling, if the boat offers it, in a suite. That is the equivalent of first class via other forms of transportation. You will arrive comfortable, and well rested, after a night's voyage on a boat.Paul
And you can pamper yourself with a massage...the blind masseurs are also available there...200 pesos for full body or one hour massage!23_11_60[2].gif7_3_205[1].gif
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A couple of years ago we traveled by Superferry from Manila to Cebu. I would recommend a private cabin. Going by boat sure beats the airlines in my opinion.
A while back there I was looking at I the superferrys website if memory serves me correct.Every time I tried to book a private cabin on different dates there was always none available? :SugarwareZ-037:
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A while back there I was looking at I the superferrys website if memory serves me correct.Every time I tried to book a private cabin on different dates there was always none available? :SugarwareZ-037:
Take the hint, mate. Take the hint. :10001: :D SugarwareZ-011.gif Edited by Paul
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A while back there I was looking at I the superferrys website if memory serves me correct.Every time I tried to book a private cabin on different dates there was always none available? :SugarwareZ-037:
Take the hint, mate. Take the hint. :D :D SugarwareZ-011.gif
Asshole :10001: :D
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A couple of years ago we traveled by Superferry from Manila to Cebu. I would recommend a private cabin. Going by boat sure beats the airlines in my opinion.
A while back there I was looking at I the superferrys website if memory serves me correct.Every time I tried to book a private cabin on different dates there was always none available? :thumbsup:
It depends on the route and the ship. For shorter trips they may not have them. Also I guess things are shaken up a bit with Suplico ofline. Are they going to let them start up again? Anyone know?
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Hi Mike, <br /><br />Yes, I agree. In fact, I am all for traveling, if the boat offers it, in a suite. That is the equivalent of first class via other forms of transportation. You will arrive comfortable, and well rested, after a night's voyage on a boat.<br /><br />Paul
<br /><br />And you can pamper yourself with a massage...the blind masseurs are also available there...200 pesos for full body or one hour massage!<img src="http://philippines-expats.com/style_emoticons/default/23_11_60[2].gif" border="0" class="linked-image" /><img src="http://philippines-expats.com/style_emoticons/default/7_3_205[1].gif" border="0" class="linked-image" /><br />
<br /><br /><br />Flick a coin.. if they catch it before it drops you know they arent blind.. unless they are martial arts experts..
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