Cokaliong has trips every week from Cebu City to Calbayog City and vice versa. The ports for this route are the Cebu City Pier 1 and the Calbayog City Port in Samar. The ships for this route is the MV Filipinas Iloilo.
Cebu to Calbayog
|Wednesday||7:00 PM||7:00 AM|
Calbayog to Cebu
|Thursday||7:00 PM||7:00 AM|
The ferry from Cebu City will depart at 7:00 PM every Wednesday. From Calbayog City, the ferry will depart at 7:00 PM every Thursday. The RORO ships can transport both passengers and vehicles.
The estimated ferry travel time between Cebu and Calbayog for Cokaliong is 12 hours.
The passenger fare depends on the type of accommodation that you choose and the shipping vessel for that date.
MV Filipinas Iloilo
|Economy||Deck B, Deck A||₱980.00|
|Business Class||(Good for 20)||₱1,290.00|
|Suite Room||Sta. Barbara (Good for 3)||₱4,215.00/room|
|Suite Room||San Joaquin (Good for 4),|
San Miguel (Good for 4)
Passengers traveling with private vehicles, please refer to the contact numbers provided in this article for the vehicle tariff rates.
Booking & Reservation
You can book your tickets for a future trip by purchasing them from the nearest Cokaliong ticketing office or through licensed ticketing agents. However, if you are in a hurry, you can also book a flight from Cebu to Calbayog and vice versa where the travel time is only an hour.
For those with questions or inquiries about the trip, here is the contact number and email address of Cokaliong.
Cokaliong has weekly trips between Cebu and Calbayog. The ferry will depart from Cebu City every Wednesday at 7:00 PM while the ferry from Calbayog City will depart every Thursday at 7:00 PM. The total travel time is 12 hours. The cheapest passenger fare is ₱980.00.
Cokaliong is a famous RORO ferry service in the Philippines, especially in the Visayas and Mindanao regions. Their ships can transport both passengers and vehicles. Their list of destinations includes Cebu, Cagayan de Oro, Calbayog, Dapitan, Dumaguete, Iligan, Iloilo, Jagna, Maasin, Masbate, Nasipit, Ozamis, Palompon, and Surigao.
For the full list of routes by Cokaliong, check out the Cokaliong page.