From the Moro Gulf, the vessel proceeds to Panalisan Point entering the Rio Grande river channels, proceeding towards the Port of Cotabato.
Upon entering Panalisan Point, the vessel proceeds to the river port of Cotabato City
No designated anchorage.
Palay and Rice
Fruits and Vegetables
The Port of Cotabato is located along the Rio Grande de Mindanao with geographical coordinates: Latitude 07° 15’ N and Longitude 124° 11’ East and 15 nautical miles from the Port of Polloc. It is bounded on the North by the Rio Grande de Mindanao, on the South by the Rajah Tabunaway Boulevard, on the East by the Maguindanao Creek and the West by the Manday River.
The Port of Cotabato is accessible by land through all forms of transport facilities to any place in the Cotabato through modern concrete roads, the Cotabato - Davao national road and the Cotabato - General Santos national road.
It has a total port area of 5,200.5 square meters and an operational area of 4,697.5 square meters. From top view, it appears like a strip of elongated concrete pavement.
Cotabato port is a concrete general purpose wharf handling domestic cargoes and passengers.
Number of Berths - Four (4) berths
Berth Length - 345. 31 meters
Depth - 2 - 4.5 meters, 4 vessels can be serviced at a given time
Passenger Terminal Bldg. – 90 sq m., sits 50 passengers at a given time