Sulpicio Lines Inc. a company was founded in 1973, with the objective of furthering economic progress by providing necessary linkages among islands. To date, inter-island shipping remains the single most important and cost-effective means of transporting goods and people in the Philippines. One of the largest inter-island shipping companies in the Philippines, with a fleet of 16 passenger/ cargo vessels, 16 cargo and container vessels, 3 tugboats and 5 barges—a total tonnage of over 127,100, serving secondary and tertiary routes all over the Philippines.
A family corporation, Sulpicio Lines is now being run by 2nd and 3rd generation descendants of founder Don Sulpicio Go. Executives still involve themselves in the day-to-day operations of the business, giving individual clients direct and personal access to top management.
A new generation of leaders is helping steer Sulpicio Lines into the 21st century. The company strives to further strengthen all aspects of operation with particular emphasis on research and development. Top priorities include constant upgrading of the fleet, and the full growth of its market. Integration of new technology into the company system is already underway, with the purpose of making it simpler and more efficient for clients to avail of their services.
Its mission is to effect economic progress through inter-island shipping and provide services that constantly meet customers needs and expectations.
Sulpicio lines Inc. is the first domestic shipping company that has been audited by two of the external auditors. accredited by Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA); the Bureau Veritas of Paris and the Bureau Veritas Quality International of London. Both have certified that the company’s Safety Management Code (ISM) and International Qaulity Assurance Management Standard (ISO 9002-1994), respectively.
Each of the company’s luxury liners has superb facilities that offer utmost comfort and convenience to passengers as well as efficient handling or cargo to and from points of destination. The organization banks on the wealth of it’s experience and strenght of it’s commitment. Indeed an experienced mariner, tossed, battered and torn at certain points, the company rises, a learned survivor and stands firm on a foundation of reliable resources and the conviction to go on answering te needs of sea transport.
Presently, the company is serving 26 major ports of call, namely: Bacolod, Baybay, Butuan, Cagayan de Oro, Calubian, Catbalogan, Cebu, Cotabato, Dadiangas, Davao, Dipolog, Dumaguete, Estancia, Iligan, Iloilo, Jagna, Maasin, Manila, Masbate, Ormoc, Ozamis, Puerto Princesa, Surigao, Tacloban, Tagbilaran, and Zamboanga.
Truly, a fulfillment to its commitment of execellence in providing neccessary links among tha different island in the archipelago. Sulpicio Lines… we span the seas, we bridge the island we bring you there…
Due to the archipelagic nature of the Philippines, an effective sea transport system plays a very significant and crual role in the economy. Interisland shipping is still the single most impoertant and cost-effective means of transporting the majority of our goods and people.
Sulpicio Lines, Inc., envisions to actively participate in the achievement of economic progress by making presently remote areas easily accessible from our major ports. Sulpicio Lines, Inc., sees the pouring of goods and people from the major ports and into these less viable routes as a means of bringing real development to the countryside.
Sulpicio Lines is one of the largest inter-island shipping company in the Philippines with 16 passenger/cargo vessels, 10 cargo container vessels, 3 tugboats and 3 barges.
The company envisions to usher a new era for domestic shipping that focuses on higher levels of quality standards for the benefit of the sea-going public and shippers, the company and its people, and the domestic shipping industry as a whole.
Here are the regular boat schedules of Sulpicio Lines Inc.
DEPARTURE – ARRIVAL
M/V PRINCESS OF THE UNIVERSE
MANILA TUESDAY 10:00 – AM CEBU WEDNESDAY 7:00 AM
CEBU WEDNESDAY 8:00 – PM MANILA THURSDAY 5:00 PM
MANILA FRIDAY 10:00 – AM CEBU SATURDAY 5:00 PM
CEBU SUNDAY 10:00 – AM MANILA MONDAY 7:00 AM
M/V PRINCESS OF THE PACIFIC
MANILA TUESDAY 10:00 – AM ILOILO WEDNESDAY 5:00 AM
ILOILO WEDNESDAY 3:00 PM – ZAMBOANGA THURSDAY 5:00 AM
ZAMBOANGA THURSDAY 5:00 PM – DADIANGAS FRIDAY 5:00 AM
DADIANGAS FRIDAY 6:00 PM – ZAMBOANGA SATURDAY 6:00 AM
ZAMBOANGA SATURDAY 4:00 PM – ILOILO SUNDAY 6:00 AM
ILOILO SUNDAY 12:00 NN – MANILA MONDAY 7:00 AM
M/V PRINCESS OF PARADISE
MANILA SATURDAY 8:00 PM – CAGAYAN SUNDAY 9:00 PM
CAGAYAN MONDAY 10:00 AM – CEBU MONDAY 5:30 PM
CEBU MONDAY 8:00 PM – MANILA TUESDAY 3:30 PM
MANILA WEDNESDAY 10:00 AM – CEBU THURSDAY 5:30 AM
CEBU THURSDAY 10:00 AM – NASIPIT THURSDAY 5:00 PM
NASIPIT THURSDAY 9:00 PM – CAGAYAN FRIDAY 2:00 AM
CAGAYAN FRIDAY 10:00 AM – MANILA SATURDAY 11:00 AM
M/V PRINCESS OF NEW UNITY
MANILA THURSDAY 4:00 PM – CEBU FRIDAY 1:00 PM
CEBU FRIDAY 10:00 PM – DAVAO SUNDAY 4:00 AM
DAVAO SUNDAY 8:00 PM – DADIANGAS MONDAY 4:00 AM
DADIANGAS MONDAY 10:00 AM – CEBU TUESDAY 11:00 AM
CEBU TUESDAY 4:00 PM – MANILA WEDNESDAY 1:00 PM
M/V FILIPINA PRINCESS
MANILA SUNDAY 10:00 AM – CEBU MONDAY 7:00 AM
CEBU MONDAY 12:00 NN – SURIGAO MONDAY 7:00 PM
SURIGAO MONDAY 9:00 PM – DAVAO TUESDAY 2:00 PM
DAVAO WEDNESDAY 7:00 PM – SURIGAO THURSDAY 11:00 AM
SURIGAO THURSDAY 1:00 PM – CEBU THURSDAY 7:00 PM
CEBU FRIDAY 10:00 AM – MANILA SATURDAY 7:00 AM
M/V TACLOBAN PRINCESS
MANILA WEDNESDAY 9:00 AM – TACLOBAN THURSDAY 3:00 PM
TACLOBAN FRIDAY 12:00 NN – MANILA SATURDAY 6:00 PM
MANILA SATURDAY 12:00 MN – TACLOBAN MONDAY 6:00 AM
TACLOBAN MONDAY 12:00 NN – MANILA TUESDAY 6:00 PM
M/V DIPOLOG PRINCESS
MANILA WEDNESDAY 12:00 NN – TAGBILARAN THURSDAY 4:00 PM
TAGBILARAN THURSDAY 12:00 NN – DIPOLOG FRIDAY 5:00 AM
DIPOLOG FRIDAY 12:00 NN – ILIGAN FRIDAY 5:00 PM
ILIGAN FRIDAY 9:00 PM – CEBU SATURDAY 6:00 AM
CEBU SATURDAY 9:00 PM – ILIGAN SUNDAY 6:00 AM
ILIGAN SUNDAY 7:00 PM – DIPOLOG SUNDAY 12:00 MN
DIPOLOG MONDAY 9:00 AM – TAGBILARAN MONDAY 2:00 PM
TAGBILARAN MONDAY 6:00 PM – MANILA TUESDAY 10:00 PM
M/V PRINCESS OF THE CARIBBEAN
MANILA WEDNESDAY 12:00 NN – DUMAGUETE THURSDAY 1:00 PM
DUMAGUETE THURSDAY 10:00 PM – OZAMIS FRIDAY 5:00 AM
OZAMIS FRIDAY 10:00 PM – CEBU SATURDAY 5:00 AM
CEBU SATURDAY 10:00 PM – OZAMIS SUNDAY 5:00 AM
OZAMIS SUNDAY 4:00 PM – DUMAGUETE MONDAY 10:00 AM
DUMAGUETE MONDAY 12:00 NN – MANILA TUESDAY 2:00 PM
M/V PALAWAN PRINCESS
MANILA WEDNESDAY 8:00 PM – MASBATE THURSDAY 3:00 PM
MASBATE THURSDAY 10:00 PM – CALUBIAN FRIDAY 4:00 AM
CALUBIAN FRIDAY 7:00 AM – BAYBAY FRIDAY 2:00 PM
BAYBAY FRIDAY 4:00 PM – MAASIN FRIDAY 7:00 PM
MAASIN FRIDAY 9:00 PM – SURIGAO SATURDAY 1:00 AM
SURIGAO SATURDAY 8:00 PM – MAASIN SATURDAY 12:00 MN
MAASIN SUNDAY 6:00 AM – BAYBAY SUNDAY 9:00 AM
BAYBAY SUNDAY 12:00 NN – CALUBIAN SUNDAY 7:00 PM
CALUBIAN SUNDAY 12:00 MN – MASBATE MONDAY 5:00 AM
MASBATE MONDAY 3:00 PM – MANILA TUESDAY 10:00 AM
M/V CEBU PRINCESS
MANILA FRIDAY 10:00 AM – MASBATE SATURDAY 9:00 AM
MASBATE 4:00 PM 4:00 – P, ORMOC SUNDAY 12:00NN
ORMOC SUNDAY 11:00 PM – CEBU MONDAY 4:00 AM
CEBU MONDAY 10:00 PM – ORMOC TUESDAY 4:00 AM
ORMOC TUESDAY 10:00 AM – MASBATE WEDNESDAY 10:00 AM
MASBATE WEDNESDAY 4:00 PM – MANILA THURSDAY 11:00 AM
M/V ILOILO PRINCESS
MANILA THURSDAY 10:00 PM – CORON FRIDAY 12:00 NN
CORON FRIDAY 4:00 PM – PTO. PRINCESA SATURDAY 4:00 AM
PTO. PRINCESA SATURDAY 4:00 PM – CORON SUNDAY 4:00 AM
CORON SUNDAY 8:00 AM – MANILA SUNDAY 10:00 PM
MANILA MONDAY 10:00 AM – PTO. PRINCESA TUESDAY 11:00 AM
PTO. PRINCESA TUESDAY 6:00 PM – MANILA WEDNESDAY 7:00 PM
For more inquiries about Sulpicio Lines Inc.Boat Schedules please call;
CEBU MAIN OFFICE: Sulpicio Go St., Reclamation Area, Cebu City. Tel. Nos.: (032) 232-5361 (Connecting all departments) CEBU HOTLINE: (032) 233-1100
MANILA BRANCH OFFICE: 415 San Fernando St., Binondo, Manila. Tel. Nos.: (02) 241-9701 to 07, 241-9801 to 05
PRINCESS TERMINAL: Pier 12, North Harbour, Manila. Tel. Nos.: (02)-245-0616 to 30
DATU SIANG, Cotabato City, Maguindanao, Philippines Phone: +63(64)4214073