A total of 211 passengers remain stranded in various ports nationwide as typhoon “Ineng”, which is already out of the Philippine Area of Responsibility, continue to enhance the southwest monsoon rains, data from the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) as of Monday showed.
Among those stranded include six vessels; 35 motor bancas; three rolling cargoes and three vessels with 23 motor bancas taking shelter.
A breakdown of those stranded include:
North Eastern Luzon
Aparri – 50 passengers, 10 motor bancas, one vessel taking shelter, one motor banca taking shelter
Roxas – 11 passengers, four motor bancas
San Jose de Buenavista – 29 passengers, one vessel, four motor bancas
Masbate – three vessels
Camarines Sur – 24 passengers
Batangas – 42 passengers, four motor bancas, two vessels taking shelter, three motor bancas taking shelter
Oriental Mindoro – four passengers, one motor banca
Romblon – 37 passengers, one vessel, eight motor bancas, two rolling cargoes
Southern Quezon – one rolling cargo
Puerto Princesa – four passengers, one vessel, two motor bancas, 11 motor bancas taking shelter
El Nido – one motor banca
Brooke’s point – 10 passengers, one motor banca, nine motor bancas taking shelter. PNA