Butuan Bay

Butuan
Butuan Bay is a bay and extension of the Bohol Sea a.k.a. the Mindanao Sea, in the northeast section of Mindanao in the Philippines.wikipedia
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Butuan

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Its main river source is the Agusan River, which empties into the bay at the coastal city of Butuan. Butuan Bay has only two major ports, the Port of Nasipit in Nasipit and the Port of Masao a.k.a. Masao River Port in Butuan City. Between the 2 ports, there is Bancasi Airport which is in Butuan City, a regional airport and is the only airport in Agusan del Norte and the largest in Caraga.
It is bounded to the north, west and south by Agusan del Norte, to the east by Agusan del Sur and to the northwest by Butuan Bay.

Agusan River

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Its main river source is the Agusan River, which empties into the bay at the coastal city of Butuan.
It finally drains into the Butuan Bay at its mouth in Butuan City.

Agusan del Norte

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Butuan Bay is completely contained with the Agusan del Norte province. Between the 2 ports, there is Bancasi Airport which is in Butuan City, a regional airport and is the only airport in Agusan del Norte and the largest in Caraga.
It faces Butuan Bay, part of the Bohol Sea, to the northwest.

Nasipit, Agusan del Norte

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Butuan Bay has only two major ports, the Port of Nasipit in Nasipit and the Port of Masao a.k.a. Masao River Port in Butuan City.
It is bounded in the east and south by Buenavista, west by Carmen, and north by the Butuan Bay.

Carmen, Agusan del Norte

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It is bounded on the north by the Butuan Bay, south by Buenavista, east by Nasipit and west by Misamis Oriental.

Bay

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Butuan Bay is a bay and extension of the Bohol Sea a.k.a. the Mindanao Sea, in the northeast section of Mindanao in the Philippines.

Bohol Sea

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Butuan Bay is a bay and extension of the Bohol Sea a.k.a. the Mindanao Sea, in the northeast section of Mindanao in the Philippines.

Mindanao

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Butuan Bay is a bay and extension of the Bohol Sea a.k.a. the Mindanao Sea, in the northeast section of Mindanao in the Philippines. The Ampayon Intersection which is 33 kilometers [20.5 miles] from the Port of Nasipit, which is where the Butuan-Cagayan de Oro-Iligan Highway connects to the Pan-Philippine Highway a.k.a. the National Highway or Maharlika Highway, which is the gateway to the provinces of eastern & southern Mindanao.

Philippines

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Butuan Bay is a bay and extension of the Bohol Sea a.k.a. the Mindanao Sea, in the northeast section of Mindanao in the Philippines.

2GO

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The Port of Nasipit is a major "hub" for the various ferries & shipping going to Butuan Bay and here are several major shipping & ferry lines serving the Manila and Cebu routes, which are: 2GO, Carlos A. Gothong Shipping Lines, Philippine Span Asia Carrier Corporation a.k.a. Sulpicio Lines, Cokaliong Shipping Lines and Trans-Asia Shipping Lines.

Gothong Lines

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The Port of Nasipit is a major "hub" for the various ferries & shipping going to Butuan Bay and here are several major shipping & ferry lines serving the Manila and Cebu routes, which are: 2GO, Carlos A. Gothong Shipping Lines, Philippine Span Asia Carrier Corporation a.k.a. Sulpicio Lines, Cokaliong Shipping Lines and Trans-Asia Shipping Lines.

Philippine Span Asia Carrier Corporation

PSACCSulpicio Lines
The Port of Nasipit is a major "hub" for the various ferries & shipping going to Butuan Bay and here are several major shipping & ferry lines serving the Manila and Cebu routes, which are: 2GO, Carlos A. Gothong Shipping Lines, Philippine Span Asia Carrier Corporation a.k.a. Sulpicio Lines, Cokaliong Shipping Lines and Trans-Asia Shipping Lines.

Cokaliong Shipping Lines

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The Port of Nasipit is a major "hub" for the various ferries & shipping going to Butuan Bay and here are several major shipping & ferry lines serving the Manila and Cebu routes, which are: 2GO, Carlos A. Gothong Shipping Lines, Philippine Span Asia Carrier Corporation a.k.a. Sulpicio Lines, Cokaliong Shipping Lines and Trans-Asia Shipping Lines.

Trans-Asia Shipping Lines

Trans-Asia Shipping
The Port of Nasipit is a major "hub" for the various ferries & shipping going to Butuan Bay and here are several major shipping & ferry lines serving the Manila and Cebu routes, which are: 2GO, Carlos A. Gothong Shipping Lines, Philippine Span Asia Carrier Corporation a.k.a. Sulpicio Lines, Cokaliong Shipping Lines and Trans-Asia Shipping Lines.

Bancasi Airport

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Between the 2 ports, there is Bancasi Airport which is in Butuan City, a regional airport and is the only airport in Agusan del Norte and the largest in Caraga. The Bancasi Airport, the Port of Nasipit and the Port of Masao, are linked by the Butuan-Cagayan de Oro-Iligan Highway which also connects to Cagayan de Oro City and Surigao City.

Caraga

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Between the 2 ports, there is Bancasi Airport which is in Butuan City, a regional airport and is the only airport in Agusan del Norte and the largest in Caraga.

Civil Aviation Authority of the Philippines

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The airport is classified as a trunkline airport, or a major commercial airport, by the Air Transportation Office, a body of the Department of Transportation & Communications, that is responsible for the operations of not only this airport but also of all other airports, except the major international airports.

Department of Transportation (Philippines)

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The airport is classified as a trunkline airport, or a major commercial airport, by the Air Transportation Office, a body of the Department of Transportation & Communications, that is responsible for the operations of not only this airport but also of all other airports, except the major international airports.

Cagayan de Oro

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The Bancasi Airport, the Port of Nasipit and the Port of Masao, are linked by the Butuan-Cagayan de Oro-Iligan Highway which also connects to Cagayan de Oro City and Surigao City.

Surigao City

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The Bancasi Airport, the Port of Nasipit and the Port of Masao, are linked by the Butuan-Cagayan de Oro-Iligan Highway which also connects to Cagayan de Oro City and Surigao City.

Pan-Philippine Highway

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The Ampayon Intersection which is 33 kilometers [20.5 miles] from the Port of Nasipit, which is where the Butuan-Cagayan de Oro-Iligan Highway connects to the Pan-Philippine Highway a.k.a. the National Highway or Maharlika Highway, which is the gateway to the provinces of eastern & southern Mindanao.

Surigao Airport

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Also, the next two closest airports are the Surigao Airport in Surigao City, and the Laguindingan Airport in Laguindingan.

Laguindingan Airport

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Also, the next two closest airports are the Surigao Airport in Surigao City, and the Laguindingan Airport in Laguindingan.

Laguindingan, Misamis Oriental

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Also, the next two closest airports are the Surigao Airport in Surigao City, and the Laguindingan Airport in Laguindingan.

Philippine Coast Guard

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The Philippine Coast Guard — CG Detachment Nasipit is located at the Port of Nasipit near the Nasipit SeaPort Terminal.