Pasig River Ferry (no longer operational)

Pasig River as viewed here atop McArthur bridge.

Pasig River Ferry seen at Guadalupe Makati Station

Commuter service along Pasig river from Plaza Mexico, Intramuros (downstream) to Brgy. Kalawaan Norte, Pasig City (Upstream).

Plaza Mexico Ferry Terminal

Plaza Mexico Ferry Terminal


Transit type: Water Bus
Structure type: Twin hulled (Catamarans)
Length: 23 meters long
Width: 7 meters long
Molded depth: 1.8 meters, draft 1.1 meter
Deck dimension: Passenger area 104 sq.meters
Outer deck: 22 sq.meters
FRF Main Engine: 2 Cummins QSM-11, 355 horsepower each
Marine gears and shafting (model&ratio): ZF 325 1A, 2.037 to 1 ratio, 2 -inch 316ss shaft.
Propeller dimension: 4 blade 30- inch propellers
Design Speed: 19 knots
Operational Speed: 10-12 knots
Fuel consumption at operational speed: less than 30 liters for both engine per hour.
Seating capacity: 150 passenger
Crew: 4
Tankage Capacity: Fuel 2 x 1500 liters
Water: 2 x 1000 Water
Safety Feature: Equipt with 160 life jacket, Radio, Public Address System
Builder: SCC Nautical Transport Service Inc.
Boat Designer: Robert Cole
Cost: Php 15 Million
Amenities: Air conditioned room, Music and High-Definition TV on board, Bar, and Separate comfort room.

Pasig River Ferry seen at Plaza Mexico Station

Pasig River Ferry seen at Plaza Mexico Station

 Fare rate from Guadalupe to Escolta: Php 45.00

Length of Travel: Approximately 40 mins.

Operator: SCC Nautical Transport Services Inc ( A joint venture of Filipino group led by Penta Capital Investment and Robert Cole of Sydneyside Cruises ltd.

Project Proponent: Pasig River Rehabilitation Commission (Chaired By DENR and Co-chaired by MMDA) with partnership by GMA-7 Network Inc, Unilever, and Clean and Green Foundation.

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