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    Batangas Bay Batangas Province | Luzon Philippines
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Justin Taylan 2005

Batangas Bay borders the southern coast of Luzon spanning from the Calumpan Peninsula to the west and Batangas (Batangas City) to the east with Matoco Point at the southeastern tip. Offshore to the southwest is the Maricaban Strait and to the south is Maricaban Island, Verde Island Passage and Mindoro Island.

Japanese and American missions against Batangas Bay
December 10, 1941–April 28, 1945

The port of Batangas is used by ships and ferry boats bound for nearby Mindoro Island. Batangas Bay is a popular dive spot with many reefs and sites for divers. There are several known shipwrecks. One is a capsized barge (identity unknown) in 15-50' at 'Twin Rocks' the other is a ferry sunk postwar.

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Last Updated
January 23, 2020



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