Ocean Jet Tickets

Green Earth Tours and Travel is a Cebu-based travel agency that can issue ferry e-tickets for Cebu to Bohol, Cebu to Ormoc, Cagayan de Oro to Camiguin and many more routes by sea. Avoid the inconvenience of lining up the ticketing booth and the uncertainty of buying your tickets on the day of your travel.

Green Earth Tours and Travel is an accredited and official ticketing agent of Ocean Jet Fast Ferries Corporation, one of the main players in the maritime industry in the Philippines. The travel agency issues tickets on “book-and-buy” basis. Bookings have to be confirmed and finalized on the same day.

 Here is the list of Ocean Jet Ferry routes as of  19 July 2016.

 

OCEAN JET FERRY SCHEDULE FROM CEBU TO BOHOL AND VICE VERSA

Hours of Travel per Way: 2 hours

BOAT SCHEDULE, CEBU TO TAGBILARAN   BOAT SCHEDULE, TAGBILARAN TO CEBU
0600H  0705H
0700H 0820H
0800H 0920H
0820H 1030H
0920H 1140H
1040H 1300H
1140H 1400H
1300H 1530H
1400H 1620H
1530H 1730H
1620H 1800H
1835H 1830H

 

OCEAN JET FERRY SCHEDULE FROM CEBU TO ORMOC AND VICE VERSA

Hours of Travel per Way: 2 hours and 30 minutes

BOAT SCHEDULE, CEBU TO ORMOC BOAT SCHEDULE, ORMOC TO CEBU
 0600H 0730H
0800H 0930H
1030H 1130H
1330H 1330H
1500H 1730H
1700H 1830H

 

OCEAN JET FERRY SCHEDULE FROM TAGBILARAN TO DUMAGUETE AND VICE VERSA

Hours of Travel per Way: 2 hours

BOAT SCHEDULE, TAGBILARAN TO DUMAGUETE BOAT SCHEDULE, DUMAGUETE TO TAGBILARAN 
 1030H 1500H

 

OCEAN JET FERRY SCHEDULE FROM DUMAGUETE TO SIQUIJOR AND VICE VERSA

Hours of Travel per Way: 1 hour

BOAT SCHEDULE, DUMAGUETE TO SIQUIJOR BOAT SCHEDULE, SIQUIJOR TO DUMAGUETE
1250H 1350H

 

OCEAN JET FERRY SCHEDULE FROM BACOLOD TO ILO ILO AND VICE VERSA

Hours of Travel per Way: 1 hour

BOAT SCHEDULE, BACOLOD TO ILOILO BOAT SCHEDULE, ILOILO TO BACOLOD
0605H 0605H
0735H 0735H
0905H 0905H
1035H 1035H
1230H 1230H
1415H 1415H
1545H 1545H
1715H 1715H

OCEAN JET FERRY SCHEDULE FROM CEBU CITY TO CAMOTES ISLAND AND VICE VERSA

Hours of Travel per Way: 1.5 hours

BOAT SCHEDULE, CEBU TO CAMOTES BOAT SCHEDULE, CAMOTES TO CEBU
0600H 0800H
1000H 1300H
1500H 1700H

 

HOW TO BOOK OCEAN JET FERRY TICKETS

 

To book your ferry tickets via Green Earth Tours and Travel, please email us at gett.inc@gmail.com and provide us with the following information:

  1. Date of travel

  2. Roundtrip or one-way

  3. Route

  4. Names and ages of all persons traveling

 

For rebooking, refund and cancellation policies, the travel agency will adhere to the terms and conditions set forth by Ocean Jet. Refunds are to be processed directly at the Ocean Jet office. A valid ID is required upon refund; otherwise, refund will not be processed.

 

Rebooking fees: Php50 before vessel has departed; Php100 if vessel has departed

 

TERMS AND CONDITIONS (SET BY CARRIER)

 

1. GENERAL CONDITIONS: The ticket is valid only on the particular voyage indicated therein and shall not be honoured if used in any other voyage. The Carrier strictly operates a port of call/destination and point-to-point liner service and is not responsible for any connecting travel of the passenger beyond the port of call/destination or points stated in the ticket. The ticket is non-transferable and shall not be used by any person other than the passenger named therein. No refund or replacement shall be made on lost tickets. Ticket maybe refunded or revalidated only within six (6) months from date of issuance. Refunds are limited to regularly purchased tickets only. Tickets bought on promotion or discounts are not subject to refund and shall be governed by the terms and conditions of the promotion or discount.

2. PASSENGER OBLIGATIONS: The passenger agrees to abide all the terms and conditions written herein upon purchase of this ticket. Passenger must check-in 30 minutes before published departure time; otherwise, failure to do so will result in the cancellation of the ticket. This is for seat confirmation. The passenger undertakes to comply with the rules, regulations and all other passage/carriage conditions posted on board the vessel and in the ticket sales office and passenger terminal. Carrier is not liable to the Passenger for any loss or damage suffered by the Passenger through his or her failure to comply with the laws, regulations, orders, demands and travel rules of the carrier and/or competent public authority. Valid proof identity must be presented whenever required upon check-in. If it is found that the person presenting the ticket is not the same person named as passenger herein or if such person is unable to satisfactorily prove that he/she is the same person named in the ticket, then the Carrier has the right to refuse carriage to such person and invalidate the ticket so presented.

3. SUBJECT TO SEARCH. Carrier reserves the right to search the passenger and his hand-carried baggage for any prohibited materials and substances and seize such if discovered, in coordination with the proper authorities. A passenger refusing to be searched shall not be allowed to board his designated voyage. Carrier further reserves the right to refuse to carry at any time, any baggage discovered to contain any Non-Allowable Baggages

4. NON-ALLOWABLE BAGGAGES. Dangerous items such as ammunition, fireworks, flammable liquids and solids, compressed gases, corrosives radioactive materials, oxidizing materials, poisons and infectious substances, extremely bulky items and items in commercial quantity are not allowed on board. Firearms have to be turned over to the Vessel Captain and head Security before boarding. Baggages that require special packaging such as fruits, fish and other similar items shall not be allowed unless properly packed and sealed. All cargoes classed under the International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) are also not allowed on board.

5. REFUSAL TO BOARD. Carrier reserves the right to refuse on board for any valid reason passengers with contagious diseases and patients without medical clearance to travel issued by a physician or any competent medical practitioner. Pregnant women with less than or equal to 24 weeks or 6 months to a full term must sign a waiver of liability in favor of the carrier and must present, upon boarding the vessel, a medical certificate attesting to their fitness to undertake sea travel, otherwise, the carrier reserves the right to deny them boarding the vessel. Pregnant women with more than the allowable pregnancy period may be denied boarding. Sick passengers must present, upon boarding the vessel, a medical certificate attesting to their fitness to travel. The carrier reserves the right to verify their health condition and may, at its sole discretion, deny their boarding. Unruly passengers and those who refuse to comply with the passenger’s obligations in this ticket shall also be denied boarding. Prisoners shall only be allowed on board if escorted by authorized members of the Philippine National Police. The carrier reserves the right to determine the seating of the prisoners and their PNP escorts to ensure the safety of the passengers and crew. Carrier shall refuse to board person who are mentally ill or psychologically unstable. Carrier will not accept any unescorted minors unless they are accompanied by an adult. Unescorted minors will only be accepted for boarding if the Carrier was advised properly and the required turn-over to the Carrier’s Terminal personnel and vessel crew was made. The adult purchasing the ticket for the unescorted minor is required to present documents proving his/her affinity and/or consent that the minor is allowed to travel alone.

6.HAND CARRIED BAGGAGE: Each passenger may bring on board only one (1) hand carried baggage. Weight of hand-carried baggage must not exceed Fifteen (15) kilograms and dimensions must not exceed 25 cm x 35 cm x 40 cm. All other baggages must be checked-in. In the case of hand carried Baggage or objects, the liability of the Carrier for loss, damage or delay, in case such loss, damage or delay was caused by the act or negligence of the Carrier and not by any cause beyond its control, is limited to One Hundred Pesos (Php 100) Philippine Currency, per passenger. Only personal items such as laptop computers, cameras, cellular phones, mobile landline phones, DVD players, other personal electronic items, toiletries for daily use, clothing for daily use, medicines for daily use and other similar personal items are allowed as handcarried baggage. For safety reasons, handcarried baggages are not allowed to be placed on the aisle of the vessel.

7. CHECKED-IN BAGGAGE: The liability of the Carrier for loss, damage or delay of Checked Baggage or of any object contained therein, attributable solely to the act, omission or negligence of the Carrier and not by any cause beyond its control, is limited to the sum of One Hundred Pesos (Php 100) Philippine Currency, unless the Passenger has declared a higher value at the time the Checked Baggage was handed over to the Carrier and has paid a supplementary sum therefor in accordance with Carrier’s Tariffs. All unescorted baggages will be treated as cargo.

8. UNCLAIMED BAGGAGE. Baggage unclaimed within sixty (60) days from date of completion voyage shall be disposed of in accordance with law. Carrier reserves the right to charge storage fees for unclaimed baggages.

9. LIVE ANIMALS AND PLANTS. No live animals will be allowed on board. Exceptions are fighting cocks, dogs, cats, rabbits and other household pets, provided that the passenger presents a Quarantine Permit and the animals are properly caged. Plants are likewise accepted if a Quarantine Permit has been secured. To be allowed on board, animals should be properly caged or packaged and are not allowed to be kept in the passenger area. All live animals transported by the Carrier shall be at passenger/owner’s risk

10. REFUNDS, REVALIDATION AND SURCHARGES: Refunds will be made provided that the unused set of ticket is surrendered to Carrier not later than six (6) months after the date of issuance. Refund assessment shall be as follows: a) If ticket is not yet check-in, 20% surcharge shall be collected; b) If ticket is checked-in, but the vessel not yet departed, 50% surcharge shall be collected; and c) No refund or revalidation of checked-in ticket once the vessel departed.

11. CANCELLED, DELAYED OR DIVERTED VOYAGES. Carrier shall not be responsible for the subsistence of passengers or for any damages of lost time due to vessel delay/trip cancellation. Carrier reserves the right to bring the passengers to the port of destination stated in the ticket by other reasonable means possible or refund the value of the ticket. The Carrier may divert any voyage to any port other than the port of destination if it is unable to dock at the port of destination for reasons beyond its control. In such an event and unless the carrier is subsequently able to continue to the original destination, the carriage shall be deemed completed when the carrier arrives at such other port.

12. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY: The Carrier shall not be responsible for the injury or death to passengers or for the loss, damage or deterioration of baggages or objects if such is caused by events which could not be foreseen, or which, though foreseen, were inevitable such as flood, storm, earthquake, lightning, or other natural disaster or calamity; act of the public enemy in war, whether international or civil; act of omission of the shipper or owner of the goods; the character of the goods or defects in the packing or in the containers; order or act of competent public authority; other acts of God; or other events arising from force majeure or events beyond the control of Carrier, its officers, crew, agents and employees. Claims for injuries, death and other liabilities must be filed with the Carrier within thirty (30) days from the day the passenger disembarks the vessel or from the day the vessel arrives at the port of destination, whichever is earlier. For loss, damage or deterioration of baggages or objects, a written notice of claim for must be filed with the Carrier within twenty four (24) hours from receipt and sixty (60) days from accrual of the right of action for instituting a court action, which periods must concur. The carrier shall have no liability whatsoever if the passenger fails to file the claims within the periods stated above. In case of abandonement of vessel, the “no vessel, no liability” rule shall apply.

13. COURT JURISDICTION FOR SUITS. All suits arising of this contract shall be under the jurisdiction of the courts of Cebu City, to the exclusion of all other courts.

14.MISCELLANEOUS. Fare rates, sailing schedules and time of departure are subject to change at any time without prior notice. Any unauthorized alteration or perforation of this ticket shall render the same null and void.

ABOUT OCEAN JET FAST FERRIES CORPORATION

Ocean Fast Ferries Inc., a wholly owned Filipino corporation, located at PPA Warehouse Building Pier 1, North Reclamation area is the owner and operator of a fastcraft (fast passenger boats) serving presently strategic routes in the Visayas and Mindanao areas.