Cokaliong - Ferry Database - new ships - new routes

Cokaliong – Ferry Databases – new ships – new routes

Good News from the Philippines Ferries: Cokaliong has christened their most up-to-date RoRo ferry, the M/V Filipinas Jagna. Silent Gardens has improved the Philippines Ferry Databases.

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Welcome in the Bohol Sea M/V Filipinas Jagna

Cokaliong Transport Lines of Cebu City has christened their most recent ferry, M/V Filipinas Jagna. Cokaliong Shipping Traces at the moment operates 11 condition of the artwork ferries in the Visayas. These ferries sail from and to 14 destinations.

The new ship with an in general size of 76.66 meters, gross tonnage of 2,997.78 tons, and 14.50 meters in breadth. The ferry can accommodate a complete of 625 people and has a utmost speed of 15 knots and assistance velocity of 14.5 knots.

Its earlier trade route was an international voyage from the Port of Wakkanai in Wakkanai Town, Hokkaido, Japan to the Port of Korsakov, Russia.

The M/V Filipinas Jagna will ply the Cebu-Cagayan de Oro-Cebu route on Tuesday and Thursday and the Cebu-Cagayan de Oro-Jagna-Cagayan de Oro-Cebu route each and every Saturday setting up November this year.

Chester Cokaliong, founder, chief govt officer and chief functioning officer of Cokaliong Shipping Strains Inc., claimed that with the addition of the ship to their fleet, they were capable to produce employment for 50 men and women who have been hired as ship officials and crew customers.

Here in Camiguin we would have appreciated when the ferry would have stopped at minimum once a week in Balbagon port. The weekly Cebu – Camiguin – Cebu ferry is definitely missing on the island.

Cokaliong M/V Filipinas Jagna

M/V Filipinas Jagna – the social gathering

[Editor’s remark:] There are pretty much no factory new ships in the Philippines. Pretty much all ferries have worked ahead of in Japan. Some kinds even went from Japan to Korea and served there for yet another 20 several years just before coming to their final location: The Philippines. There is 1 huge exception: Archipelago FastCat sails wit manufacturer-new RoRo catamarans. 

Philippines Ferry Databases

With each individual new ferry, with each individual new route, our Philippines Ferry Databases grew heavier. With the arrival of the M/V Filipinas Jagna, you needed to load over 27 Megabytes just before you could take pleasure in the routes and ships. This experienced been much far too heavy. A friend from a Philippines forum gave us some hints. We thank “Carabao” for his superb kick in the but. Now we are down at 2.6 Megabytes – slimmed down above 90 p.c.

Very first we reprogrammed the route map. It now quickly zooms in to exhibit only the community of the ferry firm. This then seems like this:

Philippines Ferry Database

Philippines Ferry Databases: the Route map

The info about the ferry organization only demonstrates up, if a person wishes to see the data. You have to scroll down from the map.

Philippines Ferry Database

Philippines Ferry Databases: Corporation facts

And at last the ferries are still shown in a an overlay photograph.

Philippines Ferry Database

Philippines Ferry Database: Photograph overlay

We are now integrating the port info into the very same webpage. This ought to all over again speed up the loading of the webpages.

But sorry, for now we’ll have a break. We’ll go to Naga City to rejoice the Peñafrancia Fiesta. Viva la Virgen!

Our Lady of Penafrancia

Our Lady of Penafrancia (Image courtesy of HARLANDO BARRETTE @H4RL4 IN INSTAGRAM)

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