FastCat is on track to connect the Philippine archipelago through their routes, which span from Batangas to Calapan (Mindoro), Bulalacao (Mindoro) to Caticlan (Aklan), Matnog (Sorsogon) to San Isidro (Northern Samar), Iloilo (Panay) to Bacolod (Negros Occidental), San Carlos (Negros Occidental) to Toledo (Cebu), Liloan (Southern Leyte) to Lipata (Surigao del Norte), Dumaguete (Negros Oriental) to Dapitan (Zamboanga del Norte).
With over 7,600 islands now for Filipinos to explore, there’s a need for an efficient form of transportation that can easily interconnect the Metro from even the most remote places in Visayas and Mindanao. This has been at the core of FastCat’s vision, the most modern and professionally run vessel company in the Philippines, who established operations in parts of the country that are usually inaccessible or have no other means of transportation.
FastCat is expecting the arrival of 30 more of these secure and lavishly supercharged leviathans. With this in mind, they are eagerly making future plans to create connecting trips from Bohol to Leyte and from Bohol to Camiguin and all the way to Cagayan de Oro.