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PCG: As of 7 PM today, approximately 4,633 passengers, 618 rolling cargoes, 34 vessels and 9 motor bancas are stranded due to Tropical Storm Glenda.

A. COAST GUARD DISTRICT BICOL- 1,298 covering the ff ports of:

  • Port of Pio Duran, Albay- 99
  • Port of Bulan, Sorsogon- 20
  • Port of Pilar, Sorsogon- 96
  • Port of Matnog, Sorsogon- 1011
  • Port of Virac, Catanduanes- 3
  • Port of Bapor, Masbate- 33
  • Port of Cataingan, Masbate- 8
  • Port of Pasacao, Camarines Sur- 14
  • Port of Tamban, Camarines Sur- 14

with a total of 191 stranded rolling cargoes, 10 stranded vessels and 3 stranded motor bancas

B. COAST GUARD DISTRICT SOUTHERN TAGALOG- 1,683 covering the ff ports of:

  • Port of Batangas- 1,087
  • Port of Mamburao- 35
  • Port of Calapan- 461
  • Port of Lucena- 100

with a total of 213 stranded rolling cargoes and 16 stranded vessels and 6 stranded motor bancas

C. COAST GUARD DISTRICT EASTERN VISAYAS- 1,537 covering the ff ports of:

  • Port of Catbalogan, Eastern Samar- 1,516
  • Port of Maasin, Leyte- 21

with a total of 214 stranded rolling cargoes, 3 vessels, and 4 motorbancas

D. COAST GUARD DISTRICT NATIONAL CAPITAL REGION-CENTRAL LUZON- 115 covering the ff port of:

  • North Harbor with a total of 4 stranded vessels namely MV ST AUGUSTINE OF HIPPO, MV ST LEO THE GREAT, MV ST MICHEAL THE ARCHANGEL and MV PRINCESS OF THE SOUTH
  • Subic Bay Anchorage Area with 1 stranded vessel namely MV STEPHEN V