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Cebu-Nasipit-Jagna-Cebu 03.16.2013

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Thelandofku-an!

Cokaliong Shipping have a newly refurbished ship the MV Filipinas Butuan.

This adds new routes from PIER 1 starting The sixteenth day of March in the year of our Lord 2013.

 

Cebu-Nasipit-Cebu:Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday.

 

Cebu-Jagna-Nasipit-Cebu: Sunday.

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Jim Sibbick

Good thing there is no 16th month.

 

This is an international board. Perhaps in future you could try writing dates in a format that everyone can understand.

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Thelandofku-an!

Good thing there is no 16th month.

 

This is an international board. Perhaps in future you could try writing dates in a format that everyone can understand.

 

Sorry mate/sir, I used Filipino protocol cos that's how it will appear in the newspaper sailing section and we are LICF.

 

That happens to be American format too ( I even added the 20 to make it less confusing).

 

Correction: The sixteenth day of March in the year of our Lord 2013 (because Koreans and I think Buddhists count differently to Pom's Aussies and Americans) hehe!

 

:cool:

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miles-high

Is the "true" international format 16/03/13, 03/16/13, 13/03/16 or 13/16/03? :D



 

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udonthani

putting the month first is also used in pronounciation as well, hence Filipinos will usually say March 16th not 16th of March, to their way of thinking this is the correct way. The British/Aussie norm is to put the day first. They borrowed it of course from the Americans. You have to watch for this when you are setting the date on cell phones bought in the Philippines. China-made phones also seem to put the month first, so it seems to me that when in doubt, assume it's the month first not the day.

 

not too sure what this topic intends to say. It seems to be implying that there will be a direct ferry from Cebu to Jagna, however there can surely be no way that this will be happening. They will probably be using the same ferry to get in between Cebu and Nasipit - which unlike Jagna is a really big port - and thence between Jagna and Nasipit. There has always been ferries in between Jagna and Nasipit. Having a ferry in between Cebu and Jagna is totally nonsensical.

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Is the "true" international format 16/03/13, 03/16/13, 13/03/16 or 13/16/03? :D

 

 

 

20130316...an easily sortable date. Or...you could use 16 Mar 2013...the military method.

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Thelandofku-an!

 

They will probably be using the same ferry to get in between Cebu and Nasipit - which unlike Jagna is a really big port - and thence between Jagna and Nasipit.

 

Source Sun-Star The tenth day of oh B******s Sunday last!

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udonthani

there is surely no way that anybody is going to run a ferry service right round Bohol from Cebu to tiny Jagna. A boat might serve Nasipit (Butuan) and then take on additional cargo and passengers and then serve Jagna but it won't go to Jagna first.

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Thelandofku-an!

there is surely no way that anybody is going to run a ferry service right round Bohol from Cebu to tiny Jagna. A boat might serve Nasipit (Butuan) and then take on additional cargo and passengers and then serve Jagna but it won't go to Jagna first.

 

Sorry there's not much more info at this time, perhaps Jagna is a foil method to secure a license for the vessel?

I didn't realize Jagna was located so far around Bohol, but it's only accessed once a week by this service!

Anyway it opens up new possibilities for your legendary romancing, hehe!

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