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    Bato, Leyte to Cebu/Ubay, Bohol Ferry: Schedule and Fare

    for those looking for the latest information on sea travel by boat to/from Bato Leyte to Cebu City or Ubay, Bohol, herewith are the latest shipping/ferry companies serving the route to Bato, Leyte from the nearby islands of Cebu and Bohol for you backpacking itinerary.

    Overnight ferry trips saves on accommodations cost as you spend the night at sea while only paying the ferry fare.


    ticket reservations the seaport/pier of Bato, Leyte


    Bato Leyte to Ubay, Bohol Ferry:

    Shipping Company: Medallion Transport
    Trip Schedule: daily trip at 9pm
    Travel Time to Ubay Bohol: 6 hours
    Terminal: Pier 3 in Ubay, Bohol
    Ferry Fare: PhP270.00 (economy), PhP290.00 (tourist)

    Our lady of Angels and Oour Lady of Guadalupe
    Fare: PhP245.00, PhP265.00; PhP280.00, PhP350.00, PhP500.00
    (sitting, economy a, economy b, tourist, cabin)


    Bato, Leyte to Cebu Ferry:

    Ship: Fiji2
    Trip Schedule: daily at 9pm
    Fare: PhP265.00 (2nd Class), PhP220.00 (3rd Class)

    Super Shuttle Ferry also serves the following ferry routes:
    Ubay, Bohol to Maasin Leyte;
    Cebu to Ormoc, Leyte;
    Bogo, Cebu to Palompon, Leyte (Office contact number: +63.916.905.2348)
    Lipata, Surigao to Liloan, Leyte


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    posted by backpacking philippines @ 9:55 PM,

    5 Comments:

    At Dec 11, 2015, 10:55:00 AM, Blogger Edwin Alindao said...

    Good morning just want to ask if pwede ba magbook ng ticket ngayon para bato leyte. Medallion shipping date 12/22/15? Thanks..

     
    At Dec 11, 2015, 11:00:00 AM, Blogger Edwin Alindao said...

    Ask ko din kung magkano mabayaran kung dadalhin ko motor ko honda bravo 100cc to bato leyte from cebu city. Medallion shipping yung barko..

     
    At Dec 19, 2015, 10:12:00 AM, Blogger Ella Marie Dagante said...

    May byahe ba para Ubay to Bato bukas? thanks.

     
    At Mar 29, 2016, 8:49:00 PM, Blogger Unknown said...

    what time ang first trip from cebu to ubay

     
    At Apr 24, 2016, 11:50:00 AM, Blogger Unknown said...

    gusto ko sana alamin kng anu ang mga schedules trip to bohol ubay from port bato. meron kasi kaming sasakyan. anu bah ang tamang gawin kailangan bah mgbooking o hnd na? pls send us ur contact number para matawagan nlng.

     

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