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Paeng stops several sea trips

/ 01:21 PM October 28, 2022


MANILA, Philippines – Several ports suspended sea trips on Friday due to Tropical Storm Paeng, the Philippine Ports Authority (PPA) announced.


In an advisory, the PPA said sea voyages to and from several ports in Southern Luzon and the Visayas are canceled due to inclement weather.

Below are the ports with canceled sea trips as of Friday, 11 a.m.:


Port Management Office (PMO) Eastern Leyte/Samar

  • Port of Borongan
  • Port of Calbayog
  • Port of Catbalogan
  • Port of Guiuan
  • Port of San Isidro

PMO Bicol

  • Port of Legazpi
  • Port of Pio Duran
  • Port of Tabaco
  • Port of Matnog
  • Port of Catanduanes
  • Port of San Andres

PMO Marinduque/Quezon

  • Baseport Lucena
  • Port of Marinduque
  • Port of San Andres, Quezon
  • TMO Balanacan
  • TMO Cawit
  • TMO Sta. Cruz

PMO Batangas

  • Port of Batangas -trips bound for ports in Romblon
  • Ports in Masbate and Starlite Shipping to Port of Caticlan

Montenegro Shipping Lines – 5:00 p.m. trip to Odiongan
Starlite Shipping – 4:00 p.m. trip to Sibuyan
Starlite Shipping – 4:00 p.m. trip to Batangas-Romblon-Sibuyan-Culasi and vice versa
Starlite Shipping – 7:30 a.m. trip to Caticlan
Kho Shipping Lines – trips bound to Masbate
Oceanjet 6 trips bound for Calapan

  • Port of Tablas

𝐏𝐌𝐎 𝐌𝐢𝐧𝐝𝐨𝐫𝐨

  • Port of Roxas to Caticlan
  • Port of Roxas to Odiongan
  • Port of Bulalacao to Caticlan

PMO Masbate


  • Baseport Masbate
  • Port of Aroroy
  • Port of Cawayan
  • Port of Claveria
  • Port of Esperanza
  • Port of Mandaon

PMO Bohol

  • Base port Tagbilaran -trips bound for Dumaguete, Siquijor, and Cebu City
  • Port of Getafe -trip to Cordova and Cebu
  • Port of Ubay -trip to Bato, Leyte and Hilongos Leyte
  • Port of Jagna -trip to Camiguin

PMO Panay/Guimaras

  • Baseport Iloilo
    Fort San Pedro -2Go Masagana bound for Manila, canceled until 11:00 a.m.
  • Port of Estancia

PMO Surigao

  • Base port Surigao
  • Port of San Jose
  • Port of Liapata
  • Port of Dapa
  • Port of Tandag
  • Port of Dinagat

PMO Misamis Oriental/Cagayan De Oro

  • Port of Balbagon -trip to and from Balbagon, Camiguin and Jagna, Bohol

𝐏𝐌𝐎 𝐀𝐠𝐮𝐬𝐚𝐧

  • Port of Masao -MV Fil Ozamis trip bound to Cebu Province

As of 11 a.m., the Philippine Atmospheric, Geophysical and Astronomical Services Administration (Pagasa) released a yellow to red rainfall warning in several areas in the Visayas region.

According to Pagasa, Paeng might landfall in Catanduanes on Saturday morning. A second landfall on the northern coast of Quezon in Polillo Island and Aurora may also occur on Sunday morning.

The tropical storm is expected to intensify further into a severe tropical storm on Friday afternoon and may turn into a typhoon on Saturday. –Alyssa Joy Quevedo, trainee

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