- 1 Ferry Schedules
- 2 Travel Time
- 3 Fare Rates
- 4 Travel Requirements
- 5 Booking & Reservation
- 6 Contact Information
- 7 Related Trips
- 8 Summary
- 9 About Cokaliong
Cokaliong has trips every week from Cebu City to Nasipit and vice versa. The ports for this route are the Cebu City Pier 1 and the Nasipit Seaport in Agusan del Norte. The ferry vessels for this route are the MV Filipinas Jagna, MV Filipinas Cebu, and MV Filipinas Agusan del Norte.
Cebu to Nasipit
|7:00 PM (Sunday)||5:00 AM (Monday)|
|7:00 PM (Monday)||5:00 AM (Tuesday)|
|7:00 PM (Wednesday)||5:00 AM (Thursday)|
|7:00 PM (Thursday)||5:30 AM (Friday)|
|7:00 PM (Friday)||5:00 AM (Saturday)|
|7:00 PM (Saturday)||5:30 AM (Sunday)|
Nasipit to Cebu
|7:00 PM (Sunday)||5:30 AM (Monday)|
|7:00 PM (Tuesday)||5:00 AM (Wednesday)|
|7:00 PM (Wednesday)||5:30 AM (Thursday)|
|7:00 PM (Thursday)||5:00 AM (Friday)|
|7:00 PM (Friday)||5:30 AM (Saturday)|
|7:00 PM (Saturday)||5:00 AM (Sunday)|
From Cebu City, the ferries will depart at 7:00 PM every day except for Tuesday. Meanwhile, from Nasipit, the ferries will depart at 7:00 PM every day except for Monday. The ships can transport both passengers and vehicles.
The estimated ferry travel time between Cebu and Nasipit for Cokaliong is 10 hours and 30 minutes.
Passenger ticket fare depends on the type of accommodation that you choose. You can choose between Economy, Tourist, Business Class, Cabin, and a Suite Room. Students, senior citizens, and PWDs can avail of a fare discount as long as they can provide a valid I.D.
MV Filipinas Cebu
|Economy||Deck A Naga,|
Deck C Danao,
Deck B Talisay
|Cabin||Carmen (Good for 6),|
Badian (Good for 6),
Oslob (Good for 6)
|Suite Room||Argao (Good for 2),|
Ronda (Good for 2),
Bogo (Good for 2)
MV Filipinas Jagna
|Economy||Deck B Calape,|
Deck A Baclayon
|Lounge||Panglao (S), Panglao||₱1,250.00|
|Cabin||Anda (Good for 6)||₱1,800.00|
|Suite Room||Inabanga (Good for 2),|
Loboc (Good for 2)
|Suite Room||Tubigon (Good for 4),|
Talibon (Good for 4)
MV Filipinas Agusan del Norte
|Tourist||Deck A Small, Deck B Big||₱1,350.00|
|Cabin||C-4B (Good for 4),|
C-4E (Good for 4),
C-4H (Good for 4),
C-8A (Good for 8),
C-8D (Good for 8),
C-4A (Good for 4),
C-4D (Good for 4),
C-4G (Good for 4),
C-4J (Good for 4),
C-8C (Good for 8),
C-4C (Good for 4),
C-4F (Good for 4),
C-4I (Good for 4),
C-8B (Good for 8)
|Suite Room||SR-4C (Good for 4),|
SR-4B (Good for 4),
SR-4A (Good for 4),
SR-4D (Good for 4)
Passengers traveling with private vehicles, please refer to the contact numbers provided in this article for the vehicle tariff rates.
Below are the travel requirements when traveling during the pandemic. If you are vaccinated already, please always bring your vaccination card or vaccination certificate even if it is a requirement or not.
Inbound Cebu City
- Valid ID
- Vaccination Card
- FOR NOT VACCINATED: Negative PCR RT-PCR Result valid within 72 hours OR Negative Antigen/Saliva Result valid within 48 hours
Inbound Cebu Province
- Valid ID
- Vaccination Card
- FOR NOT VACCINATED: Medical Certificate issued with 24 hours upon arrival
For the full list of travel requirements by Cokaliong, please see our Cokaliong Shipping Travel Requirements article.
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.
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 Nasipit. The ferries will depart from Cebu City every day except for Tuesday at 7:00 PM. Meanwhile the ferries from Nasipit will depart every day except for Monday at 7:00 PM. The total travel time is 10 hours and 30 minutes. The cheapest passenger fare is ₱1,120.00.
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.