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  1. benny

    benny DI Junior Member

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    Hello to all,like to drive with my car to Santander by Mayyon Shipping from Amlan to Liloan.Like to know how much it cost for a one Way Shipping Ticket.Can anyone give me an idea? Thanks .
     
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    Shipping rate

    We had experienced, Kia sportage cost 800 pesos to ship by Maayong Shipping lines but a friend of ours cost for him 1,000 pesos for his Pajero....
     
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    benny DI Junior Member

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    Car shipping to Santander

    Hi rogbie,thanks for answering my Question.It means that its depends of how big a Car is or is it depends of the Kilos?By the Way,are there other Ways to drive to Santander?Maybe someone do have expiriences abouth my Question and can replay to me.Would be great to know and thanks.
     
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    it depends for small cars is P800 for SUV's P1,000. the only way to drive to santander is thru barge from looc sibulan barge owned by jt trucking. and Tampi owned by Maayo Shipping.
     
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    Follow up question. I'm driving to Cebu this Monday. My Question is:

    - Can I take either Maayo shipping and JT Trucking?
    - Are they both in sibulan?
    - Same rate?

    When I get to the other side of the island.. do I drive towards Santander?
     
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    shadow DI Forum Luminary

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    You can take either Maayo or the closer TJ (Tan Juan?) barge. Maayo is much more professional, leaves every hour and a half or so, and their trip is only about 35 minutes, as opposed to TJ's one hour plus and only two trips per day. When you get off the barge, turn right to go to Cebu.

    Larry
     
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    Maayo or matiao shipping lines here are the numbers
    Main Office
    Maslog, SIbulan, Negros Oriental
    (63)(35)4199124
    (63)(35)2254309

    Dumaguete Office
    Flores Ave., Looc, Dumaguete City
    (63)(35) 4223230

    Cebu Office
    Don Bernardo-Benedicto St.
    North Reclamation Area
    Cebu City
    (63)(32)4166541


    happy trip! Drive safely :smile: Dont forget to drop by some beaches on your way to the city of Cebu
    :smile:
     
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    thanks for the info Larry! I'll definitely take Maayo instead. I'll ride motorcycle and visit it tomorrow before i go there on Monday so i know what to expect.. i wish to take the 6:30 ride.

    turn right and go to cebu! that's not hard to remember :smile:
     
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    princetonc DI Junior Member

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    Thanks for the numbers.. surely is helpfull! I'm very excited already :smile:
     
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    Von voyage!!! Be safe while driving! :smile:
     
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