Thursday, October 23, 2014

Jetty Port Administration ready for passenger rush for All Saints' Day

Posted October 23, 2014
Written by Jay-ar M. Arante

With still seven days before the All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day holidays, Jetty Port Administration are preparing measures to make traveling, both by sea and by land, more comfortable to the public.

Indeed, Port Administrator Nieven Maquirang sets a meeting as preparations to ensure passengers’ security and safety while within port premises and on board sea vessels through their destination of choice are all in place especially those who will visit Boracay.

According to a report, operators of Roro Vessels, bus transport, Philippine Coast Guard, Philippine National Police and the Maritime Police were collaborating in the success of a safe travel in anticipation of the usual influx of passengers during this season, as traditionally observed.

On the other hand, office of the Special Operations Officer III Jean Pontero of Caticlan Jetty Port said, “they already prepared the facilities to Caticlan and Cagban port prior to the end of the Habagat season.”

Meanwhile,  various local and foreign tourists now enjoy their vacation in Boracay Island since that several schools already conducts their semester’s break as All Saints’ Day and All Souls’ Day holidays during November 1 and 2 was being renowned.

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