BACOLOD

Creating a meaningful journey

TRAVELING by sea is still a very good option for those who want to go to destinations in a leisurely means.

M/V St. Therese of the Child Jesus, a giant sea vessel owned and operated by 2GO Group Inc., which is the largest conglomerates in the Philippines, offers a comfortable and safe journey to all.

Blessie Cruz, AVP - Marketing of 2GO Group, Inc. with Dennis Garganera, branch manager of 2GO Freight in Bacolod and Iloilo, and several of its officials and crew toured the Bacolod and Iloilo media practitioners to their massive vessel which was customized in style and with a colorful tone.

2GO has its chain of services to include 2GO Express, Travel, Freight, Special Containers, Logistics, Scan Asia, Hapag Lloyd, Hansa Meyer Projects (Phils.), Inc., and Kerry Logistics Phils., Inc.

The vessel now serves as a home for passengers as they have an array of choices in terms of accommodation from mega value, tourist, cabin, stateroom, and suite room.

They also envisioned having free Wi-Fi connection on board on top of their other amenities such as the availability of food kiosks, concert, and events, retail shopping, play area for the kids, movie/film showing and also a basketball court.

When a family travels together, sea travel would still be the best option, especially when they have heavy baggage or freight. One is allowed to have 50 kilos of baggage allowance, which one could not enjoy by taking air travel.

Ship Captain Jimmy Santos assured the passengers of safe travel under his watch and direction.


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