Shipping Lines In The Philippines

MBRS Lines

  • Antique
  • Caticlan & Dumaguit, Aklan
  • Ciyo
  • Romblon
  • Shipping Line Company In Manila Address :

  • Pier 8 North Harbour. Contact Tel No: 243 5886

  • MBRS Shipping Line, MBRS Ship

    MBRS Shipping Line, MBRS Ship

    Moretta Shipping Lines

  • Kalibo
  • Roxas
  • San Jose & Tilik, Mindoro
  • Manila Shipping Line Company Address

  • Pier 6 North Harbour. Contact Tel No. 721 6480

  • Negros Navigation

  • Bacolod
  • Cagayan
  • Dumaguete
  • Iligan
  • Iloilo
  • Ozamis
  • Palawan
  • Roxas
  • Tagbilaran
  • Shipping Line Address In Manila

  • Pier 2 North Harbour. Contact Tel No. 245 0602-12

  • Negros Navigation Ship

    Negros Navigation Ship

    WG & A Philippines Inc


  • 12th Floor, Times Plaza Building United Nations Avenue corner Taft Avenue Manila 1000, Philippines
  • Tel : 632 528-7979

  • Facts Of WG & A Shipping Company

    WG & A was originally created from the combination of 3 shipping line companies in the Philippines.

    They are namely Williams Lines Inc, Carlos A Gothong Lines Inc and Aboitiz Shipping Corporation.

    After reforming back together in December 1995, they change the name to become WG & A Philippines Inc and are presently, the largest shipping company in the Philippines.

  • Bacolod
  • Butuan
  • Cagayan de Oro
  • Coron
  • Cotabato
  • Davao
  • Dumaguete
  • Dumaguit, Aklan
  • Iligan
  • Masbate
  • Ozamis
  • Palompon, Leyte
  • Puerto Princesa
  • Roxas
  • Surigao
  • Tagbilaran
  • Zamboanga
  • Manila Shipping Line Company Address

  • Pier 4 & 14 North Harbour, Contact Tel No. 528 7000

  • SuperFerry Philippines - WG & A

    Superferry Philippines - WG & A


    WG & A Ferry fleet comes in the form of SuperFerry and Ferries. Altogether there there are ten superferries and two normal ferries.

    Most of the ferries depart from Pier 4 (The WG&A SuperFerry Terminal) at North Harbour, Manila.

    There is also 2 other ferries departing from Pier 15 in South Harbour Manila. All the vessels begin their journey from Manila.

    Do take note that bording time is 4 hours prior to departure. So better arrive at the ferry terminal early.

    Sulpicio Lines



  • 415 San Fernando St, Binondo, Manila
  • Tel Nos : (02) 241-9701 to 07 241-9801 to 05


  • Don Sulpicio Go Bldg Sulpicio Go St.,Reclamation Area, Cebu City
  • Tel. Nos.: (032) 232-5361 to 80


  • Pier 12, North Harbor, Tondo, Manila
  • Tel Nos.: (02) 245-0616 to 30

  • About Sulpicio Lines, a shipping line company in the Philippines

    Sulpicio Lines was founded in 1973 by Don Sulpicio Go and is a shipping line company in the Philippines.

    The shipping line company is well known throughout the Philippines and also worldwide for owning and operating the vessel MV Dona Paz, which figured in the worst maritime disaster during peace time in December 20, 1987.

    The disaster resulted in 4,375 people lost their lives when the ship hit an oil tanker (M/T Vector) in the Philippines.

    Throughout Sulpicio Lines history, its vessels are involved in 5 major maritime disasters with more than 5,300 passengers and crew members killed.


    Sulpicio Lines include Philippines destinations such as :-

  • Cebu
  • Cotabato
  • Davao
  • Dumaguete
  • Iligan
  • Masbate
  • Ormoc
  • Ozamis
  • Puerto Princesa
  • Surigao
  • Tacloban
  • Zamboanga
  • General Santos

  • Princess of the Ocean - Sulpicio Lines

    Sulpicio Lines - Princess of the Ocean

    Sulpicio Lines Fleet Size And Ship Details

    A total of 17 vessels made up Sulpicio Lines fleet and they are listed below :

  • Cagayan Princess
  • Cebu Princess
  • Cotabato Princess
  • Dipolog Princess
  • Filipina Princess
  • Iloilo Princess
  • Manila Princess
  • Nasipit Princess
  • Palawan Princess
  • Tacloban Princess
  • Princess of the Caribbean
  • Princess of New Unity
  • Princess of the Ocean
  • Princess of the Pacific
  • Princess of the Paradise
  • Princess of the Universe
  • Princess of the World

  • Other General Information

    Sulpicio Lines also owned 12 cargo and container vessels in total.

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