FastCat continues to operate the largest fleet of internationally-classed catamaran Roll-On Roll-Off (RORO) passenger and rolling cargo ferries in the Philippines.
This year, FastCat added two brand new state-of-the-art RORO vessels to serve more routes to Filipinos.
Run by Archipelago Philippine Ferries Corporation (APFC), a company that was founded in 2002 to provide a vital maritime link between the Philippines’ 7,107 islands, FastCat is now raising the bar high in the shipping industry making inter-island connectivity more accessible to its passengers through modernization.
They are changing the game as they keep on providing better service to the Filipino people with the addition of more vessels and routes.
Aside from its mission to connect the country’s islands and neighboring countries by providing safe, fast, and convenient ferry transport system, it also aims to promote the country’s diverse culture and tourist attractions.
Last June 19, 2018, “Batangas: Your Nearest Perfect Destination” was held in cooperation with FastCat, Jam Liner and Philtranco.
Batangas is the industrial port city of Calabarzon, and a thriving tourist destination replete with open beaches and sheltered coves, subterranean caves and deep harbors, a preserved heritage of brave men in history.
Bloggers and Media experienced first hand a tour within the new vessel and in some of Batangas’ most famous destinations.
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FastCat takes pride in their business class and premium economy sections that provides a fully air-conditioned accommodation matched with an entertainment system, reclining seats, and food trays, a PWD and senior citizen friendly facilities, and professionally trained crew and staff for an ultimate customer experience.
With FastCat’s new routes and its alliance with JAM liner and Philtranco bus lines, travelling in the Philippines has become more convenient like never before. With their aim of serving more customers, FastCat plans to expand to up to 30 ships by 2020.
JAM liner on the other hand has been serving passengers for 50 years with over 300 buses. Proven to be trusted by the public for their daily commute to and from work, school and business, JAM liner continues to advocate help via means of transportation. It serves the route of Laguna, Quezon and one of its major destination is Batangas. Currently, their new fleet of buses comes with GPS and entertainment system. They also recently purchased EURO 4 buses that are more modern and environment friendly. JAM liners major terminals in Cubao and Buendia were also upgraded with convenience stores, ATMs, and other facilities for a more comfortable travel.