Port of Abra de Ilog
|Port of Abra de Ilog|
Pantalan ng Abra de Ilog
Entrance to the ferry terminal of the Port of Abra de Ilog, 2012
|Location||Abra de Ilog, Occidental Mindoro|
|Operated by||Philippine Ports Authority|
|Owned by||GOVERNMENT OF ABRA DE ILOG|
|Type of harbor||Roro port|
|Size||4,707.62 square metres (0.00181762 sq mi)|
The Port of Abra de Ilog (Filipino: Pantalan ng Abra de Ilog) is a seaport in Abra de Ilog, Occidental Mindoro in the Philippines. It is the main seaport of northern Occidental Mindoro. Household consumption goods are the main cargoes imported in the port while outgoing cargoes are agricultural products such as corn, rice, and livestock. The port has a Passenger Terminal Building which occupies 159 square metres (1,710 sq ft) of space and can accommodate up to 100 people. The port has a 85 metres (279 ft) RC pier with two ramps for RORO ferries. . As of 2016, Montenegro Shipping Lines and Besta Shipping Lines (orange navigation) have destinations from Abra de Ilog to Batangas, while Caribbean lines (pump boat) has a destination to Balatero (Puerto Galera).
- "Abra de Ilog Port". Philippine Ports Authority Southern Luzon. 24 January 2011. Retrieved 24 July 2015.