After 6 months of rehabilitation, the reborn of Boracay is finally coming to fruition as it reopens this weekend. Soon, all beach lovers can feel the powdery-white sand, see the best and the most perfect sunset, enjoy the water activities and experience the rich community of the island. With that being said, more and more hotels, restaurants, and modes of transportation open as it prepares for the flock of awaiting tourists from all over the world.
From Kalibo Airport, travel time usually takes more than two hours and a few transfers before reaching Boracay Island. Mabuhay Maritime Express (MME), a subsidiary of Philippine Airlines, opens its premium ferry service from Kalibo Airport to Boracay in a swift one and a half hours, the fastest route available from Kalibo. After hopping off of the airplane, tourists can now sail away with MME’s Jetty Port in Kalibo. To create a seamless air, land, and sea travel is what MME is achieving with their newest route.
MME sails away with two Damen Fast Ferry F212—MV Malambing and MV Magalang. Being the best of its kind, the two high-speed 42-meter catamarans carry 410 passengers each and make four trips a day.
MV Malambing and MV Magalang both have an outdoor bar, a food kiosk, a viewing deck, and a cargo hold for all your checked-in baggage. All 410 passengers will have a comfortable trip to Boracay as the ferries are equipped with leather cushioned seats and air-conditioned amenities.
MV Magalang and MV Malambing have tri-class configuration whose price point is affordable for its class: First Class with a PhP2,500 roundtrip fare, Premium Class for PhP2,000, and Regular for PhP1,500.
Now, your trip to Boracay will be easier with MME’s new routes to the world-famous island. Share this post and don’t forget to tag your Boracay trip buddy!