The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) has intensified it restrictions on sea travel due to rough sea condition spawned by tropical storm “Maring”.
Based on the its data, the PCG said a total of nine passengers, drivers, and cargo helpers, as well as four vessels, nine ‘motorbancas’ and two rolling cargoes were stranded in Southern Tagalog.
The advisory for the PCG personnel from the affected ports on sea condition was moderate to rough. The ports identified that have been given advisory by the PCG include Real Port, Dinahican Port and Polillo Port.
Aside from the passengers, drivers, cargo helpers, vessels, rolling cargoes and ‘motorbancas’ the PCG also mentioned that three vessels and ‘motorbancas’ took shelter because of the storm.
The PCG is expected to continue monitoring and issue advisory and warning to different ports as the country continues to experience tropical storms.