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April 26, 2018

Manila to Bataan is Just 50 Minutes Away Through Luxurious 1Bataan Ferry

Did you know that Bataan is now just 50 minutes away when you ride the luxurious 1Bataan Ferry? The trip starts at Esplanade Seaside Terminal MOA beside Vikings and will bring you to Port of Capinpin in Barangay Puting Buhanging, Orion within 50 minutes!

A photo of 1Bataan Ferry's interior and comfortable chairs.
Interiour of 1Bataan Ferry

This new ferry travels to Bataan from Manila every single day with 4 trips during weekdays and 2 on weekends. Every passenger is allowed one hand-carry luggage with a maximum weight of 7kg and size of 22inx14inx10in, free internet and free bus drop-off service that starts at Orion to Dinalupihan and Mariveles.

As seen in the photos, the 1Bataan ferry is well maintained with comfortable chairs, seatbelts for safety and each passenger has their own life vest in case of emergency. It has a sitting capacity of 108 passengers which includes a VIP area where a group of people can enjoy privacy while traveling to Bataan.



A one-way ticket booked online is over 40% cheaper compared to tickets bought in terminals so book in advance to get the extra saving. From 799 pesos, anyone can avail the discounted ticket online for only 450 pesos. Guests can also book through 1Bataan ITS Reservation team for 599 pesos. Children below 2 years old are free of charge as long as they sit on the lap of their accompanying adult.

However, it is important to note though that pets and pregnant women are not allowed to ride the ferry for safety reasons. Passengers must be at the terminal at least 1.5 hours before their departure time as boarding gates will close 30 minutes before the ferry leaves.



When in Bataan, some of the places that every local and tourist must visit are Las Casas de Filipinas de Acuzar, the Food Project, Bataan Food Park, Stregato Gelateria, World War II Museum and so much more.

For more information, visit1Bataan Integrated Transport System official Facebook page at www.facebook.com/pg/ITS1Bataan or official website at
its.1Bataan.com.

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