A total of 330 passengers remain stranded in ports nationwide due to rough sea conditions brought by Typhoon “Lando”, the Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) said on Saturday.
PCG said that as of 4 a.m., those stranded include 19 vessels, three motor bancas, and 58 rolling cargoes.
A rundown of those stranded include:
Albay — 185 passengers, six vessels, 28 rolling cargoes
Catanduanes — 29 passengers, one vessel, 11 rolling cargoes
Camarines Sur — 35 passengers
Aparri — four passengers, three motor bancas
Southern Quezon — 77 passengers, 12 vessels, 19 rolling cargoes. PNA