Tuesday, June 17, 2014

Some passengers disappointed of slow docking of boats in Tambisaan and Tabon port

Posted June 17, 2014
Written by Jay-ar  M. Arante

Some passengers are disappointed about the slow docking of boats in both Tambisaan and Tabon ports due to low tide and the ports' sizes.

It takes almost a few minutes because arriving boats first need to wait for other boats to leave before they can finally dock.

Some of the dismayed are people working in the Island of Boracay and those who are in a rush.

Some passengers are hoping for the widening of the ports to avoid delays especially for tourists who are on scheduled flights.

Boat trips have been transferred to the Tambisaan and Tabon ports due to prevalent southwest monsoons.

Meanwhile, Caticlan and Cagban Jetty Ports are still operational; however, only fast crafts are allowed to travel between these ports due to moderate to rough sea conditions.

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