Port of Batangas welcome arch


  A ferries communication tower?

I have included the Port of Batangas here because residents of Lubang pass through there on official business to the regional capital of Occidental Mindoro - Mamburao.

The port is 110 kilometers south of Metro Manila and serves as a major trade gateway for localities at the southern Luzon and nearby provinces. The port is managed by ATI Batangas Inc.

The passenger terminal features:

  • 7 fast craft berths of 540 meter length
  • 6 ro-ro berth of 680-meter length
  • 25,000 sqm marshalling area
  • Air-conditioned passenger terminal
  • 5 passenger boarding bridges.


The passenger terminal handles approximately 2 million embarking passengers annually and services high-speed ferries,small boats and inter-island roll-on/roll-off ferries 24/7.

Early in 2012 RORO ferries ceased operating from Manila to Tilik (Port of Lubang). Efforts to establish a route from Calatagan have not been successful so far, so the Port of Batangas has been considered.

Reference: ASIAN TERMINALS INCORPORATED (ATI) (http://www.asianterminals.com.ph)


Cranes at the Port of Batangas
Bureau of Customs - Port of Batangas

PPA Administration Building - Port of Batangas
Fisheries Inspection & Quarantine Station
Plant Quarantine Services
Port Police HQ
Coast Guard Station
Philippines Port Authority
Maratime Police Station
Provincial-PPA livelihood Center
Marina Ferries
Baleno VII
Waiting for the Ferry
The 'Baleno Otso'
Mobile Passenger Gangway
Ferry Berth
Passenger Walkways - Port of Batangas