FastCat: Serving you better with new vessels
FastCat: Serving you better with new and improved vessels
The Archipelago Philippine Ferries Corporation’s FastCat continues to operate the largest
fleet of internationally-classed catamaran Roll-On Roll-Off passenger and rolling cargo
ferries in the Philippines, staying true to its core values of being Focused, Accountable,
Safety conscious, Team player, Committed, Attentive to customer expectations and to be
This year, FastCat added two brand new vessels to serve more routes to Filipinos.
FastCat is 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 Filipinos, firmly believing that they deserve
no less than the best. The betterment of FastCat’s services and addition of more vessels
and routes are still their utmost priority for the next years to come.
The new addition to their roster of moving bridges feature improved version of FastCat’s
signature comfort, reliability and safety. They also take 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
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 having a fleet of modern ships, together with plans
to expand to up to 30 ships by 2020.
Batangas is known to be the nearest perfect destination that passengers can tour around
before they travel with FastCat. Whether you want to visit historical sites like Casa De
Segunda, relax at a cozy coffee shop or fill your stomach with their famous Lomi, you’ll
never run out of things to do in this city.
JAM liner 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.
To know more about FastCat and JAM liner, visit their websites:
JAM liner: https://www.jam.com.ph