The port of Cebu is one of (if not) the busiest ports in the Philippines. In fact, it is base to over 80% of inter-island shipping companies in the country.
Here are some of the shots that I took on my way home from Dumaguete City a few weeks ago. It was during this trip when a few buttons of my trusty camera Lacey started to ‘not function’. Hehehe. I spent a great deal of my time onboard the Cebu-bound Cokaliong figuring out what went wrong. Anyways, I was lucky enough that despite the ‘disability’ Lacey was still able to grab a few shots before calling it a day. Hehe.
A small cargo ship and the Malacañan Sa Sugbu
View of the Port of Cebu from the sea. In photo: Soon-to-open Radisson Hotel beside SM City Cebu
The SRP viaduct and the ever-changing skyline of Cebu City
The SRP viaduct and the LUDO compound
A cargo ship headed towards the Cebu International Port.
Shell islands at 6:30 AM.
Another cargo ship
SRP viaduct near Carbon Market
The newly-restored Compania Maritima building
LUDO Compound and the SRP viaduct
View of the Fuente Towers
Closer shot of Compania Maritima
The old Customs House now Malacañan Sa Sugbo
Closer shot. Love this building
My Alma Mater! USJR!
Cokaliong fleet and the JSU-PSU building
From another angle
Coast Guard boat
Tugboats. I love this shot.
Pier 3 and view of Radisson Hotel
The ‘ship building’. Hehehe.