200 cops to secure cemeteries, terminals, ports during All Souls’, All Saints’ Days in Mandaue

Norman V. Mendoza 10/24/2019

MANDAUE CITY, Philippines — More than 200 police officers and more than 200 force multipliers will be involved in providing security to bus terminals, ports, and eight cemeteries belonging to the Mandaue City area. Police Colonel Jonathan…

PCG-7: 5K passengers have so far left the ports of Cebu

Morexette Marie B. Erram 04/17/2019

  CEBU CITY, Philippines – More than 5, 000 travellers already left the ports of Cebu as of 6 a.m. today, April 17, the Philippine Coast Guard in Central Visayas (PCG-7) reported. Data posted on their Facebook…

More passengers stranded in Cebu, Bohol ports as TD ‘Usman’ gets closer to the Visayas

Delta Dyrecka Letigio, Jessa Mae O. Sotto 12/28/2018

CEBU CITY, Philippines — More passengers are left stranded in the ports of Cebu and Bohol this Friday morning, as the weather gets fouler with barely 12 hours before the expected landfall of Tropical Depression ‘Usman’ in…

TD Usman strands 1,000 passengers in Cebu, Bohol ports

Rosalie Abatayo 12/28/2018

CEBU CITY, Philippines — More than 1,000 passengers remain stranded in the ports of Cebu and Bohol following the cancellation of trips of shipping lines. The Philippine Coast Guard in Central Visayas (PCG-7), in a bulletin at…

Usman leaves 1K passengers stranded in Cebu, Bohol ports

Jessa Mae O. Sotto 12/27/2018

At least a thousand passengers were stranded in the different ports of the provinces of Cebu and Bohol after sea trips were cancelled due to rough seas brought about by Tropical Depression Usman. According to the Philippine…

TD Usman leaves 567 stranded in ports of Cebu, Bohol

Jessa Mae Sotto 12/27/2018

CEBU CITY, Philippines – At least 567 passengers were left stranded in the ports of Cebu and Bohol provinces on Thursday morning after the Philippine Coastguard in Central Visayas (PCG-7) ordered the cancellation of sea travels to…

Heightening ports security eyed to deter entry of drugs

Rosalie O. Abatayo and Benjie B. Talisic 12/17/2018

Forwarding firms, port managers tapped to help deter entry of illegal drugs Believing that the volume of illegal drugs circulating in Cebu City may have originated elsewhere, anti-narcotics enforcers will start to enjoin cargo forwarding firms and…

PCG: 5,656 stranded passengers at various ports due to ‘Samuel’

Inquirer.net 11/20/2018

THE number of stranded passengers in different ports due to Tropical Depression “Samuel” has reached a total of 5,656, the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) said on Tuesday. As of 10 a.m., 1,538 passengers were stranded in ports…

Hundreds now stranded in Cebu, Bohol ports

Doris C. Bongcac, Jessa Mae Sotto 11/19/2018

  More than 2,000 passengers were left stranded in the ports of Cebu and Bohol as of 2 p.m. today (November 19) and after the Philippine Coastguard in Central Visayas ordered the cancellation of trips in anticipation…

1K passengers still stranded in Northern Samar, Bohol ports

Inquirer.net 09/15/2018

TACLOBAN CITY — Thousands of passengers remained stranded in Northern Samar and Bohol as authorities barred sea travel due to Typhoon “Ompong” (international name: Mangkhut). At least 1,008 passengers bound for Luzon and Metro Manila could not…

680 stranded at Cebu seaports due to Typhoon Ompong

Jessa Mae O. Sotto 09/15/2018

  About 680 travelers were left stranded in different ports in Cebu province after all trips were canceled since Thursday (September 13). This, after the Philippines Atmospheric Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa-Mactan( issued a gale warning…

Hundreds left stranded in ports of Cebu City, Cebu province

Jessa M. Sotto and Doris C. Bongcac 09/14/2018

More than 500 passengers were left stranded in different ports located in Cebu City and Cebu province as of 8 a.m. today as a result of the grounding of 97 different sea vessels. Lt. Michael John Encina,…

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