- FastCat added two brand new vessels to serve more routes for travelers.
- FastCat partnered with JAM liner and Philtranco bus lines to make traveling in the Philippines more convenient like never before.
- FastCat plans to expand to up to 30 ships by 2020.
Traveling by sea is probably one of the most exciting things to do (not to mention the jitters). Having experienced it several times, I can attest to how renewing the feeling was, each time I board the ship, bagged with the notion that I am part of the sea itself. The view is always magnificent — all sky and water.
But what’s equally interesting for many of us is actually the ship or ferry we are boarding. We take selfies before boarding (with the ships as our backdrops) — always anticipating a relaxing, hassle-free, and of course, safe travel. Choosing the right ship to cruise in is of crucial importance not merely to satisfy our need for leisure, but also for our security.
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This year, FastCat added two brand new vessels to serve more routes for travelers.
FastCat is raising the bar high in the shipping industry, making inter-island connectivity more accessible to its passengers through modernization. The new addition to their roster of moving bridges features the improved version of FastCat’s signature comfort, reliability, and safety.
They also take pride in their business class and premium economy sections that provide 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 experience. Notably, FastCat’s alliance with JAM liner and Philtranco bus lines has made traveling in the Philippines more convenient like never before.
Travel is indeed made easier through these improved vessels. We can only hope to file our next vacation leave and head to Batangas for a soul-searching travel by the sea.