Cokaliong Shipping’s largest ever vessel to begin operational sailings in July

PASSENGER VESSEL WEEK
Heartland Ferry's Feelease Soya shortly before being handed over to Cokaliong Shipping Lines in 2019. The vessel will be painted in Cokaliong's prominent all-yellow livery by the time it enters service in July 2020. (Photo: Heartland Ferry)

Filipinas Mindanao, a 2001-built ferry acquired by Philippines-based Cokaliong Shipping Lines, will commence operational sailings under its new owners following its inauguration into service later this month.

The vessel was purchased for ¥700 million (US$6.37 million) from Japanese operator Heartland Ferry, with which it sailed under the name Feelease Soya until its transfer to its new owners in November 2019.

With a length of 95.7 metres, a beam of 15 metres, and a displacement greater than 3,500 tonnes, Filipinas Mindanao is the largest ever vessel to join the Cokaliong fleet.

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