Cokaliong has trips every week from Nasipit to Jagna and vice versa. The ports for this route are the Nasipit Seaport in Agusan del Norte and the Jagna Port in Bohol. The vessel for this route is the MV Filipinas Butuan.
Nasipit to Jagna
|Sunday||12:00 NN||5:00 PM||MV Filipinas Butuan|
Jagna to Nasipit
|Sunday||11:59 PM||5:00 AM (Monday)||MV Filipinas Butuan|
The ferries are only available every Sunday. The ships can transport both passengers and vehicles.
The estimated ferry travel time between Nasipit and Jagna for Cokaliong is 5 hours.
The passenger 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 Butuan
|Cabin||NASIPIT (Good for 12),|
STA. JOSEFA (Good for 12),
ESPERANZA (Good for 12),
SIBAGAT (Good for 8),
ROSARIO (Good for 10),
TALACOGON (Good for 10)
|Suite Room||CARMEN (Good for 2),|
BUENAVISTA (Good for 2)
|Suite Room||BAYUGAN (Good for 3),|
MAGALLANES (Good for 3)
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.
For those with questions or inquiries about the trip, here is the contact number and email address of Cokaliong.
Cokaliong has weekly trips between Nasipit and Jagna, Bohol. The ferry from Nasipit will depart every Sunday at 12:00 NN while the ferry from Jagna will depart every Sunday at 11:59 PM. The total travel time is 5 hours. The cheapest passenger fare is ₱690.00.
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.