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Here is the Official Passenger Manifest of MV Princess Of The Stars. Also included are the list of the ship’s crew and the list of survivors as of June 23.

 

List of Survivors as of June 23

 

  NAMES   MANIFESTED
1 JESSIE BUOT   JESSIE BUOT
2 REYNALDO LANURIAS   REYNALDO LANURIAS
3 JESUS GICA   JESUS GICA
4 OLIVER A. AMORIN   OLIVER A. AMORIN
5 REY PAGUIN   REY S. PADIN
6 DANILO DEPLANAS   DANILO TEMPLANZA
7 RICHIE TAYUNGTANG  
8 GERRY PALENOR  
9 PHILIP VASQUEZ   VASQUEZ, PAL PHILLIP
10 URIEL LAGUBAN  
11 RALPH ALAIN DELA PEÑA   RALPH ALAIN DELA PENA
12 CARLO JASON ARAVIS   CARLO JASON G. ARRABIS
13 RODEL LABORTE   RODEL LABORTE
14 PHIL GILIG   FEL GILIG
15 JOSE MARIE GARBO   JOSE MARI P. GARBO
16 NIÑO LAURO   NIÑA LAUROS
17 RUPERTA TAN   RUPERT TAN
18 CRIACO NUÑEZ   CIRIACO NUÑEZ
19 FAUSTO COLIS   FAUSTO COLIS
20 FRANCISCO BATULA   BATOLA, FRANCISCO
21 VICENTE BERUAS   VICENTE BULANTE BURWAS


  VICENTE DIAZ BURWAS
22 REYNANTE ARDINA   RENANTE ARDINA
23 EXUPERTO PENDON   EXUPERIO M. PENDON
24 JONATHAN PENDON   JONATHAN M. PENDON
25 SUSAN LISBO   SUSAN LIFBO
26 MINERVA TOREMUCHA   MINERVA TORMOCHA
27 ANTONIO COSEP   COSEP, ANTONIO JR.
28 RONNIE RELATIVO   JIMMY RELATIVO
29 RUEL LIBOT  
30 ESTANISLAO TURA JR.   ESTANISLAO TURA
31 NILO DAYGO   NILO DAGYO
32 WRESLEY BLANCO   JOSE LESLIE BLANCO

 

Official Passenger Manifest 

 

Last Name First Name MI
Aballe Joselito R
Aballe Keisha Amidahla  
Aballe Rosalina  
Abano Iannah Therese  
Abano Jayson  
Abano Mary Jean  
ABARQUEZ MYLA  
Abduhadi Flamima  
Abedania Arturo D
ABEJO TRISTAN A.
Abelgas Chona  
ABELLA ANNABELLA  
Abellana Adoracion  
ABREN EMIL  
ABUZO JOSA  
Acebedo Ricardo  
AGNASIN MARY JOY  
AGUIPO HELENITA  
ALBE WHILMORE  
Alberca Jaime  
Alburo Almario  
Alcalde Antonio  
Alcantara Evangeline Y
Alcantara Hannah Mae  
Alcayde Petra  
Alcazar Erlinda  
Alcober Sunday  
Alejo Encio  
Alindahao Edelito  
ALINDAJAO JOHN EMMAN  
ALIPIN PETRA V.
Alipin Rogelio  
Allagones Roberto  
Allmorin Aladin Z
Alon Rusty  
ALONZO ALMA  
ALONZO ROSARIO  
Alvarez Glen  
Amacna Ester  
Amad, Jr. Antonio  
Amancio Jun-Jun  
AMOOS MARIA CORAZON  
Amorin Oliver A
Amper Janine S
Amper John Nino S
Andradi Vidal  
ANGCO LABERNE  
ANTINEARO JONATHAN  
APAD JR II SIMPLICIO  
APAT RAUL  
ARAO ARAO FLOR DELINDA  
Ardina Renante  
ARGANTE RODRIGO  
Arrabis Carlo Jason G
Arranchado Maisa  
Arregadas Luceno  
Arters Johnuel  
Artes Justine  
Artes, Jr. Sotero  
Asuncion Christian  
Atienza Rosevelt  
Aurestila Cirilo  
Autida Eutropio  
Auza Lorna  
Ayade Alejandro  
Bacalanos Cesar  
Bacalanos Rubelyn  
BACUS ANNABELLE  
Bacusa Madelyn  
BAGUIO DESIDARIA  
BAJADOR MARIA CARMENCITA  
BAJADOR MONZA  
Bajet Antonio  
Balane Roland Jay  
Balanga Jelly  
Balocos Solomon  
Balunan Charito  
Bardilas Evelyn  
Bardilas Romeo  
Baring Roldan  
Barret Armand  
Bartilec Bon Ryan L
BARUC SHAINA JOY  
Basa Marjorie  
Basnillo Glen  
BATERNA JABEL  
Batiancila Sarah  
Batola Francisco  
Batulan, Jr. Jessie James M
BAUSTISTA LUZVIMINDA  
Baya Lourdes  
BAYNO IRENEO  
BEJOC SR. REYNALDO  
Bejona Pablito  
Belanizo Vernie  
Beretria Antonio P
BERMUDEZ PAUL  
Berwas Vicente Diaz  
Binaro Edelina P
Binaro Elvira P
BINONDO FLORAMIE  
BITOME JENALYN  
Biton Vergenia  
Biyok Raul A
Blanco Jessie Rey  
Blanco Jose Leslie  
Blanco Rheafe  
BLANCO ROSALINDA  
Bohol Pascualito  
Boltron Sheena May  
BOMOTANO GLORIA  
BOMOTANO JAYDER JAME  
BOMOTANO JESSICA MAE  
Bongato Francisco  
Bonghanoy Rogelio I
BONILLA FERDINAND M.
BORIGOR ABEGAIL  
Bucag Russel  
Bula Democrito  
Bulawin Desirie Buen  
Bulawin Noche Buena  
Bulawin, Jr. Desiderio  
Bumarlong Herculano  
BUOT JESSY  
Burwas Vicente Bulante  
Cabalquinto, Jr. Candido O
CABANOS MA. GERTRUDES  
Cabansag Geniroso  
Cabansag Gerald  
Cabansag Rose  
Cabucos Delia  
CAGADAS JUNNIE  
Cajes Jordan  
Calago Anastacio  
Calago Dondy  
Calago Gregorio  
Calago Paulina  
Calatero Ireneo  
Calayag Jonathan  
Callelero Mathew F
Callelero Michael John  
Caluyo Dann Kean Rai  
Caluyo Janwelve  
Campumanes Abundeuo  
Cañada Randell B
CANAGA CECILE  
CAÑETE MELJUDE  
CANSON CHERYL  
Cantay Rolindo  
Cantillas Adelaida  
CAPAYAS GLORIA  
CARABALE JEFFREY  
Caralde Felipe  
Caralde Paul  
Carano-o Aljun  
Carano-o Glory Jean  
Caray Jenelyn  
CARMONA, JR. ARTURO  
Cartonilla Jimmy B
Castillo Arturo C
CASTRO KAREN  
Catimbang Jamal S
Catipay Emedito  
CAYANAN VERNIE R.
Chavez Fernando  
CHAVIT LORIE  
CHUA BENEDICTO  
Chua Henry  
Cinco Aluel B
Cita Nicolas  
Clarin Arlene R
COLINA PABLITO C.
Colis Fausto  
Colis Vergelio  
COLOYAN ALICIA  
Compra, Jr. Cesar G
Conchas Roque Y
CONDES DEVINA  
CONDRILLON BALTAZAR  
CONDRILLON KEVIN  
CONDRILLON NAEZAR  
CONDRILLON NANCY  
Conejos Marblecille  
CONTRERAS LORNA  
Corpuz Ferdinand  
Corsiga Samuel M
CORTON RODOLFO  
Cosep, Jr. Antonio  
COYOCA ABDEEL  
COYOCA JAPET  
COYOCA JOCTAN  
COYOCA LUZVIMINDA  
Cruz Reynaldo  
Cueva Orlando  
CUTANDA ATILANO  
Dagpin Perlita E
DAGYO NILO  
Dait Avelina  
Damalerio Oscar  
Damaso Roycy  
Dapatnapo Leandro  
Dayanan Rolando  
DE GUZMAN MARITES  
de Jesus Reynaldo  
de los Reyes Dolores  
Dejacto Natavidad  
DELA CERNA EDWIN  
dela Cerna Ricardo  
DELA CRUZ ALEX  
dela Cruz Eric V
dela Cruz Gregorio  
dela Cruz Jan Claire  
dela Pena Ralph Alain  
Delfino Eno  
delos Reyes Rita  
Dennis Anit  
Desilva Engarcial  
Deticio Estelita  
Deticio Exequiel  
Detiquez John Malcolm  
Dicepolo Albert  
DIDA SAAD  
DIONALDO VICENTE  
Docuyanan Ryan Jeff V
Dolera Charito Okaba
DOMINO OMEGA  
DOROT MELODY JOYCE  
Dumas Arjay Wilson C
Duroy Pearl Grace  
EBALLENA JOEL T.
Ebanez Editha  
Eltagon Jonnie  
Embana Hermenigildo  
EMMANUEL ALINDAJAO  
Encenso Marichu  
Ermac Victor  
Escaran Ramil  
Escartin Jonathan  
Espina Bien Amhet  
ESPINA PURISIMA  
ESTORIA DANIEL A.
Evarola Felipa  
EVELINA GALAMAY  
Fabroa Rory Crisostomo  
Fajardo Leonides  
Fajardo Randy  
FAJICULAY QUENNIE  
FARIOLEN JORNALYN  
Fariolyn Glen  
Fausto Antonio  
FELIX GIANNE ROSE  
Fiel Jerico  
Fiel Rose  
FLORES RALPH EDISON  
FONTANILLA ELIZABETH  
FONTANILLA JOSE GHIRLAND  
FURIA JOCELYN  
GABISON JONATHAN  
Gabumpa Anne Liese T
GALANIDA ELESITA  
GALDO DHANY  
Galdo Hermogenes D
Gamis Stefane Mae  
Ganade Cherry Amor  
Ganade Joel  
Garbo Jose Mari P
Garces Lourdes T
Garces, Jr. Lorenzo E
Garcia Socrates  
Garcia, Jr. Herminigildo  
Gasilos Ariel  
GAUDEL AILEN  
GAUDEL BARRY  
GAUDEL LUCY  
Gemongala Delia  
Gemongala Wedelisa  
Genovia Susan  
Geromo Eddie  
Gevero Constancia  
GIANGAN JOVENAL  
GICA JESUS  
Gijapon Eddie  
Gilbuena Jessica  
Gilbuena Justine  
Gipgano Joselito  
Gipgano Richard  
Gipgano Rosalia  
Glabog Michael R
Go Chezel Mae  
Go Eugene Ray  
Go Iris  
GO, JR. ROBERT  
Golez Francisco L
Gomez Riza  
Gonzales Bob  
Gorobat Nolan  
GOYENECHEA MICHELLE  
GRANADA EVANDER  
GRANADA WENEBETH  
Guinaling Jay Ann  
Guinaling Mary Grace  
GUINITARAN MARLON  
Gumaling Joselito  
Gustilo Josephine  
HERMANO EDNA  
Hermosilla Maida  
Hermosilla Nemesio  
HILARIO, JR. RICARDO  
Himaya Jerluma  
HOYOHOY JAY  
Ibarola Arnelia  
IGNACIO BERNADETTE  
IGNACIO, JR. MACARIO  
Illustrisimo Janeth  
Illustrisimo Kristine Mae  
Illut John Lawrence  
Illut Josephine  
Ilustrisimo Archelle A
Ilustrisimo Nenita  
ILUSTRISIMO STEVEN  
Jasper Canoy  
Javier Jennifer  
Javier Renz Anthony  
Jayson Ulyses  
Jeyson Espina  
JIMENEZ, JR. MIGUEL  
JINAYON NELISA  
Jocelyn Fariolen  
JONAVEL SALINAS  
Juanico Marites  
JULIUS LABOCA EUFRAN  
La Luna Anita  
La Luna Jamie Lyn  
Labad Cheryl  
LABAJO JONATHAN L.
Labang Cesar  
Labang Juanita  
Labis Cheryl  
LABORTE ALVINO  
LABORTE EMILIO  
LABORTE RODEL  
LABORTE TERESITO  
LACARA EDGAR  
Lacay Allan E
Lacay Maridel E
LAGAHID DEXTER  
Lahay Lahay Andrilio  
Lanchinebre, Windy  
Landero Arnel  
Lanit, Jr. Dalmacio  
Lapaz Emmieliza  
LAPUERTA RODRIGO  
Largo Cecilia  
Largo Jecelle  
Largo Mae  
Lariosa Roldan  
Laturnas Juneven  
Laurel Banjo V
Laurel Dodgie V
Laurel Esther  
Laurel Jackie  
Laurel Jacknil  
Laurel Jonil V
Laurel Nilo  
Laurente Debra  
Laurente Jacoba  
Lauron Gladys  
Lauron Kent  
Lauron Mark Brian  
Lauron Marley  
Lauron Shirley  
LAUROS NIÑA  
Lawas Loel  
Ledesma Arceni  
Legan Roselyn  
Leones Dante  
LEONILO SALAVER  
Lequigan Esmeralda I
LERIN MARINA  
Lifbo Susan  
Limboy Rey  
Limocon, Jr. Roberto  
LOBERO JOROSS  
LOBERO ROSEMARIE  
Lobredo Antonio  
Lobredo Jun Jun  
LOGROÑO PATRICK  
Logroño Romulo  
LORETO, JR. ALIVIADO  
Louie Alarde Ivor  
Luardo Celerino  
Lubguban Oneil S
Lucenara Nestor M
LUNASAN NICANOR  
LUZADA NOEL  
Macalipay Eliorindo  
Macapaz Alan Gabriel  
Madredijo Donald Eric E
MAGLASANG MARISSA AGUANTA  
MAHINAY JOSIE  
Mahusay Roel  
Malunes Robert S
MALUYA EDWIN  
Manango Jorinda S
Mangguilimotan Hermogena  
Mangorale Aric  
Mangorale Enrique  
Mangorale Erica  
Mangorale Mariel  
Mangorale Marlou  
Mangyao Elizalde  
Mangyao, Jr. Santiago  
Mangyao, Sr. Eduardo  
Manigos Erica Marie  
Manigos Filcire Marc  
MANLAPAZ MARVIN  
Manlunas, Jr. Felomino  
Manuel Lumapas  
MANUGAS RALPH  
Maquilan Dionesia  
MARA MARA DANILO  
MARA MARA RODEL  
MARK DIAZ  
MARTIN RAMIRO  
MARTINEZ ROMEO  
MATIAS ANGELITA  
MATIAS ELENITA  
MATIAS RENATO  
MATIAS WILFREDO  
MAUNES ALEJANDRITO  
Medrano Robelyn  
Mejares Richard S
Mejias Richard  
Mendoza Rea L
Mendoza Rica L
MIGUEL JECEL  
Mindoro Marlon  
MIPARANUM LYDIA  
Modelyn Jadena  
Molina Dexter  
MOLINA RODOLFO  
MONGAYA GEMMA  
MONGAYA LEONARD  
MONGAYA MA. ELAINE  
MONTERDE ROGER  
Montero Alyn S
Monterona Cristy Marie  
Montesclaros Jose Alex S
Mortejo Generosie  
Musa Jamal  
MYARES JOSHUA  
Nacua Aliza  
Nacua Cyre Dominic  
Nacua Danica  
Nacua Liza  
Nadela Mary Grace  
NARISSA MANIGOS  
NAVALES, JR. RODOLFO  
Nemil Valentino  
Nengasca Bonifacio  
Nigparanon Alfredo M
Nunez Cesar  
Nunez Lovelle Faith  
Nunez Mary Razel  
Nunez Roger  
Nunez Sarcisio  
Nunez Uriel  
Nuqui Helen  
Nuqui Jennifer  
Nuqui Kathlyn  
Nuqui Klaris  
Nuqui Korine Kate  
Nuqui Kyla Mae  
Obena, Jr. Conrado  
Obenza Celerina  
Oca Geraldine  
Ocampo Darling  
OCAMPO GRACE  
OCAMPO IVY  
Ocampo Jamaica  
OCAMPO JV  
Ocariza Leya Mae  
Odiada Recto  
Okabe Teresita  
OLEDAN WILFREDA  
Oleo Angelo B
OREJUELA JOCELYN  
Orfiano John Lester  
ORIAS ROMEO  
Ortega Leo  
Osabel Eddie  
OSORIO SOZETTE  
Ouano Annaliza  
Oyao Lolita C
OYAO MARICEL  
Oyao Ronaldo P
Pacana Jaime  
Padin Rey S
Padua Jacqueline  
Padua Roy D
Pagalan Arnold  
PAGALAN JOSELINO  
Pahigdana Jonathan  
PALOMADO JAN LAURENCE  
Palomado John Michael  
PALOMADO JORYN  
Pandanon Eliza  
PANGILINAN RODA  
Pantojan Rogelito  
PANTOLLIANA LUCINA  
Panugan Michelle  
Paradero Teofanis  
Paradro Nemesias  
Paras Jhoevany  
Parba Cupertino E
Paredes Michael  
Paris Josephine  
Paris Quennie  
Patalita Jovane  
Patalita Sherlyn P
Payawal Rafael  
Pelimer Jerry  
Pendon Exuperio M
Pendon Jonathan M
Pepito Reinchel V
Peralta Evelio  
Pescante Rinalyn  
Pescante Rizalino  
Pigar Lorenza  
Pitogo Christian Jay  
Pitogo Jelhwa Marie  
Pitogo Jerily  
Planas Jhon Melvin  
Planas Joselito  
PONCIANO EINSTEIN  
Ponpon Narciso P
PORONES MARLON  
PORQUIADO, JR. ROMEO G.
PRENCIONA ELLA JANE  
PRENCIONA URSULO  
Pulgo Alexandre G
Punzalan Virginia  
Puson Jeremiah  
QUILATON DARVEY  
QUINAPONDAN ROGELIO  
Quinton Benfedie A
RABE GLORIA  
RABE RENATO  
Rafols Jopet  
Ramirez Jaime Antonio  
RAMOS EDWARD  
RAMOS LENIE  
REAMBONANZA ROLDAN  
REBAYA NELSO V.
REBUYON ARNULFO  
Refuya Marlon  
Relativo Jimmy  
RELLIN, SR. NESTOR D
RELOS VIRGILIO  
REQUILME JUVELYN  
Reyes Froxelle Dane  
Reyes Juan  
RICO FE  
RICO JOY  
RICO MAUIE  
Rico Sheila  
Risma A  
Risma Angeline  
Risma Maria Merle  
Risma Zyann  
ROBERT FARIOLEN  
Rodriguez Cheryl Q
Rodriguez Jhon Cleo  
Rojas Socorro R
Roloma, Jr. Jimmy A
Romo Antonina  
Romo Cloy Cloy  
Rosales Anita  
ROSELL ROSALIE  
Rosos Ronald  
RUELAN TEODORO  
Rulida Anastacia  
Rulida Xyron  
Rusiana Jolito  
Rusiana Jundel  
Rusiana Junedie  
Rusiana Rodger  
SABALANDE GINO  
SABALANDE ROSEMARIE  
SABALONES NARDITA T.
SABALONES WENIFREDO  
SABAN PIO  
Sabit Renato T
SABUERO MARY JANE  
Sagareno Eduardo  
SAMSON ALBERTA S.
Samson Ernesto C
Sanchez Charisse  
Sanchez Luis Z
SANCHEZ TERESA  
SANGUENZA LUCRECIO  
Santiago Anthony  
SARCOL ROSENDO  
Sardoma Mely  
SATOR MA. CORAZON  
Satorre Nenita E
Selerio Genelyn  
Sepe, Jr. Epifanio  
SERENADO DAISY  
SERENADO DEMOCRACIO  
SERENADO NICOLE SHANE  
SEREÑO REYNALDO  
SHEILLA RAMIREZ  
Silao, Jr. Ricardo  
Sillar Aquiles  
Sim Annie Marie  
Simbaco Abeking L
SINGCO RUSSELL  
Sinina Antonio  
Sismar Neressa  
Sister Fe  
Sister Manuel  
Solante Terry Joseph C
SONGCO REYNALDO  
Sotelliza Jennifer C
Sotto Solomon C
Sotto, Jr. Pepito C
SUN JONATHAN  
SUPERALES NOEMI  
Suson Marites  
SUYAT VICENTE B.
Suzette Dulay  
Tabanao Reynaldo I
Tabat Marcelina  
Taboada Marcelino  
Talaboc Cesar  
TAMBIGA CARMEN  
TAMBIGA LELAND  
TAMILAS, JR. DANIEL  
TAMPUS ANALYN  
Tampus Girlie B
Tampus Nelson M
TAN RUPERT  
TANDAN KIT T.
TANGOAN ANITA  
Tangpos Sarah  
Tao Ricardo  
TAPING DAYLINDITA  
TAYONGTONG RITCHIE  
TAYONGTONG, JR. EPHRAIM  
TE KATHLEEN  
TEJERIO JOSEPH  
Templanza Danilo  
TESADO AILYN  
Tibon Bennedict  
TIGCOM OPHELIA  
Tillano Glenn P
TILLOR HELEN  
Timajo Christopher  
TINGAL MA. SHIELA  
TINIO GERMINITA  
TINIO JERIC  
TINIO RAUL  
TINIO ROWINSON  
TINIO, JR. MARCOS  
TISSLER LOURDES  
Tomara Lucky  
TOMORCHA MINERVA  
TOÑON JENIFER  
Torida Bonie  
TOSTON ARNULFO  
Traballo Eliza  
Traballo Marelen  
Tribunalo Rex Vincent  
Trinidad Junie  
Tudtud Venice A
Tulda Joram  
Tulda Neil  
Tulda Prescilla  
Tumakay Sally Ann  
Tunacao Angelo  
Tunacao Fe  
Tuquib Jose Ramil  
UMACOB JERRY  
UMACOB TERESITA  
Ungsod Jocelyn  
Ungsod Karyle Ann  
VALDERAMA IZABEL  
VALDERAMA VILMA  
VALDEZ ROWENA  
VALDEZ SHAINLY  
Vanessa Bridildo  
VANESSA PUGADO  
Vasquez Pal Phillip  
Velasquez Antonio V
Vergara Amalia L
Vesagas Rany  
Vesagas Redgie  
Vesagas Richard  
Viadnes Julito  
Vidal Felomina  
VILAS ENRIQUITA  
VILLACARLOS LEVI  
VILLANUEVA KERT CHRISTOPHER  
Villareal Adolfo A
Villarta Rodelio S
VILLARUEL ADELITO  
Villaruel Estrella S
Villaruel Rogelio R
Villas Jennelyn  
Villauel Adelaine Nicole  
Villoria Josefina  
Vincent Reinoso  
Vitor Alejandro  
VITOR JEMAFELYN  
VITOR JESALYN  
Wilma Carabio  
Ybañez Joan  
Ycong Ferolino  
Ygona Fidel  
Ynot Ricardo  
Yurong Hermenio  
ZIEGFRED, JR. BACHO  
  Palomaplasencia  

 

 

 

 

 

 

Crew

 

 

1 CAPT. FLORENCIO M. MARIMON, SR. MASTER
2 C/M RICARDO C. PELICANO CHIEF MATE
3 2/M JAY FRANCO LABIAGA SECOND MATE
4 3/M EMILITO AYAPANA THIRD MATE
5 C/E MARIO B. NUÑEZ CHIEF ENGINEER
6 2/E ROSS RILLERA SECOND ENGINEER
7 3/E GILDO R. SABORDO THIRD ENGINEER
8 4/E DIYZON LIBRADO FOURTH ENGINEER
9 RICKY GONZAGA AUXILLARY 4TH ENGINEER
10 SANTIAGO DOROY, JR. RADIO OPERATOR
11 DR. RAYMUNDO QUIROZ SHIP PHYSICIAN
12 JOEL GUIOGUIO BOATSWAIN
13 MICHAEL SUMASAY QUARTER MASTER
14 LEONARDO ACUZAR QUARTER MASTER
15 RUEL LARIBA QUARTER MASTER
16 JEFFREY CENIZA WATCHMAN
17 FRANCISCO CABANGANAN WATCHMAN
18 EDWARD DIMOL WATCHMAN
19 EFREN EDISAN O.S TOOLKEEPER
20 DEXTER PARDILLO ORDINARY SAILOR
21 VICTOR ROSELLO ORDINARY SAILOR
22 VYNER ARANTILLA ORDINARY SAILOR
23 AGAPITO COMETA ORDINARY SAILOR
24 PEDRO YURAG ORDINARY SAILOR
25 GILBERTO SOLATORIO ORDINARY SAILOR
26 ROBERT VINCENT DELA CRUZ ORDINARY SAILOR
27 ALLAN ROSEL FORKLIFT OPERATOR
28 REYNALDO RAVANES FORKLIFT OPERATOR
29 JOHN TOMAS INSO APPRENTICE MATE
30 RUDOLF SABLAS APPRENTICE MATE
31 DENNIS RANAN APPRENTICE MATE
32 JAYSON FONTALBA APPRENTICE MATE
33 LEONILO ANGELO UBALDO APPRENTICE MATE
34 JOVEN HAYLO APPRENTICE MATE
35 JAYSON ALEGRIA APPRENTICE MATE
36 REYNAN BERONIA APPRENTICE MATE
37 WALTER VERGARA ASST. ELECTRICIAN
38 PHILIP RANDY ALAGBAY ASST. ELECTRICIAN
39 DARIO ANO-OS REEFERMAN
40 MARK ANTHONY EULDAN MACHINIST
41 JONATHAN ECONAS OILER
42 CABALLERO VERULO OILER
43 ABNER SANCHEZ OILER
44 RODOLFO TABOADA, JR. OILER
45 FLORWEN PAYUD APPRENTICE ENGR.
46 HERBERT OMALE APPRENTICE ENGR.
47 FEL GILIG APPRENTICE ENGR.
48 ROMEO HARA APPRENTICE ENGR.
49 PABLITO GEMINO HOUSEKEEPER
50 ROMMEL PERALES HOUSEKEEPER
51 SHEVA ROMARATE STEWARDESS
52 ERIC RUBIO SHIP NURSE
53 ENRICO BARTIDO CHIEF PURSER
54 ARMILIA BOHOLITO ASST. PURSER
55 GINO CARLO AVENTURADO ASST. PURSER
56 JOEY AVENIDO APP. PURSER
57 FELIXBERTO LAGURA CHIEF STEWARD
58 AVELINO RECLA ASST. CHIEF STEWARD
59 SANTIAGO DINAGUIT CHIEF COOK
60 CEDRIANO QUIRONG ASST. COOK
61 BARRY LAGUNA ASST. COOK
62 ROEL LIBUT ASST. COOK
63 REYNALDO VULABOS ASST. COOK
64 ROBERTO MONTERDE ASST. COOK
65 ABEL TANTANO ASST. COOK
66 ROSELLER CACAS STOREKEEPER
67 HIPOLITO MONDRAGON MESSMAN
68 GLENN DELA TORRE MESSMAN
69 LYDIO APDOHAN MESSMAN
70 RONALD FANLO MESSMAN
71 FELIPE LINAWAN MESSMAN
72 CRIS SALES MESSMAN
73 RENOIR COMAJIG MESSMAN
74 ADONES QUIÑANCLA MESSMAN
75 NONITO GULFAN MESSMAN
76 RAMIL ENJAMBRE MESSMAN
77 ALEJANDRO BUENAFLOR MESSMAN
78 JOSE SANELITO LANADA MESSMAN
79 JOMER LAURENTE MESSMAN
80 CIRIACO NUÑEZ MESSMAN
81 RICKY TINDOGAN MESSMAN
82 FERNANDO VILLAR MESSMAN
83 OWEN RAAGAS MESSMAN
84 JEFFREY CORTES MESSMAN
85 FELIPE OMANDAC JR. MESSMAN
86 ESTANISLAO TURA MESSMAN
87 MAYO DUALOS MESSMAN
88 DEXIE FELOMINO MESSMAN
89 RICHANEL ARRANGUEZ SANITARY SUPERVISOR
90 RONNIE OSTIA SANITARY PERSONNEL
91 WALTER OLASIMAN SANITARY PERSONNEL
92 ARNEL JALIPA SANITARY PERSONNEL
93 IGNACIO LAVADIA SANITARY PERSONNEL
94 ARCADIO REMULTA SANITARY PERSONNEL
95 ARNIEL CASIA SANITARY PERSONNEL
96 DANNY BANTOLINAO SANITARY PERSONNEL
97 JUNREY ALBARICO SANITARY PERSONNEL
98 NOVAL ANANIAS SANITARY PERSONNEL
99 LEMAR DIAMOS SANITARY PERSONNEL
100 DANILO MALUYA SANITARY PERSONNEL
101 ALLAN COYOCA SANITARY PERSONNEL
102 HENRY TIRO SANITARY PERSONNEL
103 JHONDY CASTRO SANITARY PERSONNEL
104 ELMER LAWAN SANITARY PERSONNEL
105 JIMBEJAIME DESCARTEN SANITARY PERSONNEL
106 RENATO LANURIAS SANITARY PERSONNEL
107 ALBERTO GASTARDO SANITARY PERSONNEL
108 JUANITO UMPAD SANITARY PERSONNEL
109 JAYSON NECESARIO SANITARY PERSONNEL
110 TONY DINGAL SANITARY PERSONNEL
111 SONNY GUIRHIM SANITARY PERSONNEL
112 JULITO ABAÑO VESSEL HOUSEKEEPER

 

Non Crew

 

1 JOEL MOLO Security Officer
2 GIL MARAMARA Security Escort
3 FERDINAND OLISA Security Escort
4 ARNEL BERGADO Security Escort
5 DOMENCIANO ALVARADO Security Escort
6 ROMY ASEVEROS Security Escort
7 DENNIS CERINA Security Escort
8 RONNIE TINIDERO Security Escort
9 GILBERT OLIVA Security Escort
10 BOYET RIVAS Security Escort
11 DANIEL ROMULO JR. Canteen Personnel
12 RENATO OMBRERO Canteen Personnel
13 FELIX VILLARINO Canteen Personnel
14 JERRY PAUTAN Canteen Personnel
15 LEONITO MARAMAR Canteen Personnel
16 JULIE MENDOZA Parlor Personnel
17 JAINA SEPE Parlor Personnel
18 JOJIE ALECHA Parlor Personnel
19 ESTRELLA NAVESIS Parlor Personnel
20 SUSAN BOHOL Parlor Personnel
21 JULIETA ABATAYO Parlor Personnel
22 JON LOUIS AMOLO Videoke In Charge
23 PO1 RICARDO MARAMAG Sea Marshall
24 PO2 REYNALDO MACARAEG Sea Marshall
25 SN1 CHARLON RAMOS Sea Marshall
26 PO1 GERARDO VALLOZO Sea Marshall
27 RAMIL MISA Canteen Personnel

 

 

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24 responses to “Princess Of The Stars

  1. Mich NanaYanna June 30, 2008 at 2:14 pm

    Thanks for sharing this information Ley. May their souls rest in peace and the families they left behind find comfort in this time of sorrows.

  2. Inday Myrna June 30, 2008 at 5:51 pm

    My heart is bleeding in this tragedy. Few people from Carmen are onboard on that ship. Including my neighbor from Luyang Jovenal Giangan. Leland Tambiga is a son of my teacher in elementary. Ricardo Ynot from sitio malbago, Reynaldo Bejoc from Cantipay,
    Jessie Batulan from Dawis and i have to ask more info from my sster.

    Nelson Tampus, kung taga Danao ni sya, sos amigo ni namo, igsoon ni Nang Ellen. Very very sad…

    Salamat Ley,

  3. ianne June 30, 2008 at 6:33 pm

    It’s very sad, I mourn for them. May they rest in peace. It could have been prevented if they just didn’t sail during the typhoon.
    This is indeed a big lesson to learn. My heart goes to the families of the perished ones. May God be with them.

  4. izma July 1, 2008 at 6:43 am

    This tragedy is very heartbreaking. Not only because it could have been averted, but similar cases had happened in the past and there seem to be no lessons learned or actions taken to remediate our maritime rules.

    May the victims souls find refuge in the after life and their loved ones, comfort in their time of grief.

    • elde March 11, 2010 at 8:19 am

      Hi,

      A tragedy need not have blood and death; it’s enough that it all be filled with that majestic sadness that is the pleasure of tragedy.

      Thanks,
      eldz

  5. Alex July 1, 2008 at 12:00 pm

    HAngtud karon Ley, wa ghapon ko nakasabot unsa ako bation… when we were on the ship, all the crew were so accomodating and friendly, ako gyud ni glibut ang barko ato kay that was my first time to ride that ship, nya naa sad mi mga naamigo didto Ley nga mga crew kay Daghan bya kay mi ato, ang contingents nga sakay ato is LUMAD, CARMEN and ALIKARAW mao aligre kaayu mi ato, naa pato discohan, parlor, videokehan, amusement center, restaurant, canteen ug uban pa. pagkahibaw nako nga nalunod ang princes of the stars, ang akong nasulti ra kay “ha?”….ang akong gihunahuna ba kay ang mga bata nga sakay, sus di nalng ko magsigig hisgut kay maguol ta samot.

    basta makakita lagi ko sa balita Ley, parehas gabie nga naa cla gipagawas nga underwater nga footage na sa mga divers, cge lagi ko kulbaan bsag wla ko didto, maluoy man ko gud.

    if its God’s Will then we have to accept it, ampo nalng ta sa tanang kalag sa mga pasahero nga ala pa nakit-e.

  6. Luisa USA July 1, 2008 at 9:48 pm

    May their souls rest in peace………

  7. Jean July 2, 2008 at 10:14 am

    so sad..naa koy kaila sa missing persons. luoy kaau ang pamilya kay magsige ug paabot ug balita. i hope they find closure somehow. for all of the lives lost, may they rest in peace.

  8. pearl July 3, 2008 at 2:19 pm

    it’s hard jud for those families nga nabilin.others are breadwinner sa family and they are supporting the education of the younger siblings.It’s one of the most tragic jud.Anyway, God has a plan for everything that had happened.Although it’s very sad jud but hope the people behind would learn a lesson also. We cannot go against nature bya.It would be better if dle nlang mularga bsta naay bagyo watever man ang signal. Pray to God pud.
    Condolence to those families nga nabilin

  9. Henry Mangaron July 4, 2008 at 3:10 pm

    I still could not believed that it could happen to my family. I met my cousin Florencio Marimon while we were in college in Cebu Polytechnic School back in ’73. He was a senior when I started in that school and he took his apprenticeship at Sulpicio Lines and never left the company until that fateful day. He was a good man. I could only pray for him and for all those that had perished and their grieving families. It was a big tragedy. May our God Almighty have mercy on them.

  10. Athan July 12, 2008 at 8:13 am

    hala woi.. kalooy sad nila. naa mi relative sa una sa katong lain na barko nila nga nalunod pud.. mga 3 days plus to sila nakit.an sa una.. sa langub ra daw sila.. kaonon nila ang sanina nila nya inom lang ilang ihi para maka survive. hangtod karon, dili na gyud mo duol sa dagat akong tiyo.. huhuhuhu.

  11. farah angeles guinitaran October 25, 2008 at 8:28 pm

    pls email me the exact address of Jessie Buot. i just heard tht his deck and my husband’s deck ws jst so near. i wish to talk to him.my husband is still missing up tp ths time.email me: fm_guin@yahoo.com thank u. i will wait……

  12. paula October 28, 2008 at 7:20 pm

    dear farah, this is paula, marlon’s friend, i’ve found out that his cot is near jesse’s, and i also think they’ve boarded the ship almost at the same time, they were one of the last passengers to board the mv princess…–here’s my email add,,paodaolei@yahoo.com..im praying for you and your family.

  13. Alex Alcantara November 22, 2008 at 5:14 am

    In memory of Evangeline Alcantara & Hannah Mae Alcantara

  14. dhong July 18, 2009 at 12:12 pm

    ang company ang nagpabaya sa nangyari,ilang beses na nagkaraon ng trahedya ang Sulpicio Lines..kung nahinumduman ninyo ang collision between passenger and Tanker vessel,which is Dona Pas ang Mt Victor..pinaka grabe yun impyerno ang dagat noon,then ang Princess of Paradise ba yun na lumubog din,Dona marilyn sa Sulpicio din..kaya kunting ingat na lang kayu kasi sabihin ko sa inyo ang mga barko natin dyan ay mga Junk na sa Japan ng ilang years,then ni remodel na lang nila sa pinas para mukhang bago.

  15. Greatchan Rylle Floteña August 21, 2009 at 11:00 am

    pera lang ang iniisip ng mga taga sulpicio lines, hindi nila binibigyang bili ang mga buhay ng ating mga kababayan,

  16. Greatchan Rylle Floteña August 21, 2009 at 11:06 am

    ngayon dahil sa kapabayaan nila maraming tao ang namamatay sa trahedya ng mv princess of the star, at marami ring nawalan ng trabaho sa company nila, kazi hindi pa rin pinayagan ang kanilang passenger vessel na makabiyahe, buti pa hindi rin dinamay ang kanilang mga cargo vessel, tuloyan na unta silang mabangkaruti,

  17. Greatchan Rylle Floteña August 21, 2009 at 11:07 am

    crocoman_raffy@yahoo.com,my fs for any concern

  18. Greatchan Rylle Floteña August 21, 2009 at 11:10 am

    sana mabigyan na ng wastong hustisya ang mga kabanay ng mga hindi naka survive sa trahedya ng princess of the star last year,

  19. Greatchan Rylle Floteña August 21, 2009 at 11:13 am

    dapat lang na ganung silot ang gipahamtang sa sulpicio lines, liar kazi cila ehh

  20. Dhong Esmer August 21, 2009 at 5:52 pm

    MANILA, Philippines – The Department of Justice (DOJ) on Monday pushed criminal charges against an official of Sulpicio Lines and the ship captain in connection with the MV Princess of the Stars tragedy, a year after the maritime disaster.

    A report over radio dzXL quoted Justice Secretary Agnes Devanadera as saying that prosecutors have recommended the filing of multiple homicide charges against Sulpicio shipping line’s first vice president Edward Go and and the ship’s captain Florencio Marimon.

    Devanadera said charges will still apply to Marimon as there is no proof yet that he was among those who perished in the accident.

    Marimon remains missing a year after the MV Princess of the Stars capsized off the coast of Sibuyan Island in Romblon province due to huge waves spawned by typhoon Frank on June 21, 2008.

    GMANews.TV contacted Go’s office in Cebu but his secretary said he was out and there was no way to contact him.

    RELATED LINKS
    » Timeline: M/V Princess of the Stars tragedy
    » Sulpicio Lines vessels in major marine mishaps
    » Negligence killed hundreds in past sea mishaps – BMI
    Four days after the tragedy, the Board of Marine Inquiry (BMI) began its investigation to determine administrative liabilities and recommend charges that should be filed against the vessel’s owner, Sulpicio Lines, Inc.

    According to authorities, some 850 people went down with the 22,800-ton vessel that was on a 22-hour trip from Manila to Cebu in Central Visayas.

    Hundreds of people were feared trapped when the seven-story ship suddenly tilted amid rough seas and went belly up.

    Only about three dozen ferry survivors have been found, including 28 who drifted at sea for more than 24 hours, first in a life raft, then in life jackets, before they were found.

    Sulpicio Lines said it sailed with approval from the Coast Guard. The government ordered the company to suspend services pending an investigation and a check of its other ships’ seaworthiness.

    Salvage work

    Meanwhile, salvage work on the ill-fated ship may drag on for another year, a radio report said Monday.

    Radio dzRH reported that Romblon Rep. Eleandro Jesus Madrona said the salvage firm expects to remove all the cargo in two months and another 10 months to cut up the ship to get the wreckage out of the area.

    According to Madrona, the second part of the operation would involve removal of remains of other passengers believed trapped in the ship.

    In a separate radio interview Monday, Coast Guard commandant Admiral Wilfredo Tamayo said they expect salvage operations to go full blast.

    He added that remains of passengers that will be recovered would be turned over to appropriate agencies for DNA testing for proper identification of the victims. – GMANews.TV

  21. Dhong Esmer August 21, 2009 at 5:56 pm

    Sulpicio Lines vessels in major marine mishaps

    Research compiled 49 major marine mishaps that occurred since 1980. The latest entry involved the M/V Princess of the Stars, which capsized off the coast of Romblon on June 22, 2008.

    M/V Princess of the Stars is the fifth Sulpicio Lines vessel to figure in a mishap. The other four are M/V Doña Paz, M/V Doña Marilyn, M/V Princess of the Orient, and M/V Princess of the World.

    M/V Doña Paz

    In what the International Maritime Organization considers as the biggest maritime tragedy in the world, Sulpicio Lines-owned M/V Doña Paz collided with M/T Vector on December 20, 1987. M/T Vector was carrying Caltex petroleum products when the accident occurred. Official reports recorded 1,856 casualties; however, other unofficial reports peg the death toll around 4,000.

    In 1988, the Board of Marine Inquiry found M/T Vector solely at fault.

    In 1989, relatives of two of the victims–public school teacher Sebastian Cañezal and his 11-year-old daughter Corazon–filed a complaint for damages against Sulpicio Lines, which in turn filed a third-party complaint against Vector Shipping Inc. and Caltex.

    The trial court decided against Sulpicio Lines and dismissed the third-party complaint. On appeal, the Court of Appeals modified the trial court’s ruling and held Vector and Caltex equally liable.

    Caltex filed a petition before the Supreme Court, which ruled in favor of Caltex in a September 30, 1999 decision.

    The Supreme Court set aside the Court of Appeals ruling insofar as it held Caltex liable for damages; it noted that Caltex, as charterer of a vessel, has no obligation before transporting its cargo to ensure that the vessel it chartered, Vector, complied with all legal requirements.

    But the Supreme Court affirmed the Court of Appeals decision insofar as it ordered Sulpicio Lines to pay damages to the heirs of Cañezal. Vector Shipping Corp. was held liable to reimburse/indemnify Sulpicio Lines whatever damages, attorneys’ fees and costs it is adjudged to pay the victims.

    In September 2006, the Court of Appeals ordered Sulpicio Lines to pay P15 million in damages and other fees to the heirs of one of the victims of the Doña Paz tragedy.

    M/V Doña Marilyn

    On October 24, 1988, less than a year after the Doña Paz tragedy, huge waves brought by a storm capsized M/V Doña Marilyn, which was sailing from Manila to Tacloban, Leyte. Seventy-seven people were killed.

    In 1990, a Special Board of Marine Inquiry found that the sinking of the vessel was due to force majeure.

    Thirty-four passengers filed a complaint for damages against shipowner Sulpicio Lines for loss of personal effects, including cash, and physical injuries resulting from the sea mishap.

    The Regional Trial Court in Palo, Leyte, ordered Sulpicio Lines to pay each of them P50,000 in moral damages, P150,000 exemplary damages, a total of P592,422.55 as actual damages, P48,000 medical expenses, P64,000 litigation expenses, P780,000 attorney’s fees, and costs.

    On appeal, the Court of Appeals reduced the award of exemplary damages to P50,000 for each passenger and deleted the award of attorney’s fees. Sulpicio Lines elevated the case to the Supreme Court when its motion for reconsideration was denied.

    On January 25, 1999, the Supreme Court affirmed a Court of Appeals decision ordering the award of damages to the 34 passengers of M/V Doña Marilyn.

    In a resolution, the High Tribunal’s Second Division denied the Sulpicio Lines petition “for lack of showing that the Court of Appeals committed any reversible error.”

    M/V Princess of the Orient

    Almost 10 years after the M/V Doña Marilyn mishap, on September 18, 1998, the sinking of the M/V Princess of the Orient near Fortune Island in Batangas resulted in the death of 70 people. Eighty remained missing.

    In 1999, the Board of Marine inquiry found the officers negligent.

    Later that year, DOTC said Sulpicio Lines committed “probable gross negligence” which resulted in the sinking of M/V Princess of the Orient; it asked the DOJ to file charges of multiple homicide through reckless imprudence against Sulpicio’s owners.

    Napoleon Sesante, one of the passengers who survived the mishap, filed before the Quezon City Regional Trial Court a case for breach of contract with damages against Sulpicio Lines. He has since died, of other causes, and was substituted by his heirs.

    In a ruling issued on October 12, 2001, the Quezon City RTC ordered Sulpicio Lines to pay Sesante temperate damages worth P400,000, moral damages worth P1 million and the costs of the suit. Sulpicio Lines elevated the case to the Court of Appeals.

    On June 27, 2005, the Court of Appeals affirmed the award of damages to Napoleon Sesante, one of the passengers who survived the sinking of M/V Princess of the Orient.

    In the decision penned by Associate Justice Roberto Barrios, CA affirmed the lower court decision but reduced the temperate damages to P120,000.

    M/V Princess of the World

    More than 200 passengers were onboard M/V Princess of the World when it caught fire near the Zamboanga peninsula on July 7, 2005. Fortunately all of them were rescued from the burning vessel.

    Sources: International Maritime Organization, Board of Marine Inquiry, Supreme Court, Court of Appeals, BusinessWorld, Philippine Daily Inquirer, Philippine Information Agency, Manila Standard Today

  22. tata sy September 6, 2010 at 4:32 pm

    im florwen payud’s sister,one of the victim of the princess of the star …we are still in agony of that tragedy because wala jud mi magdahom bisan gamay nga mao to ang mahitabo sa akong bro.gusto unta ko makig storya sa survivor nga c mr.gilig (apprentice engineer)ask unta ko nya kita ba sya sa ako bro while the captain announced to abandon the the ship…sakit man pero maoy pagbuot sa kahitas an….i missed you so much bro…

  23. juliah valdez May 31, 2011 at 1:10 pm

    ..my i know the location of 2/E ross catian rillera..plz send me information about him…thank you more power..

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