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M/V Starlite Venus launched in Bacolod

Starlite Ferries Corp. launched its biggest and brand new Roll On-Roll Off (RORO) vessel, the M/V Starlite Venus, at the BREDCO Port in Bacolod City which is now plying the Batangas-Iloilo-Bacolod-Batangas routes.           Starlite Ferries general manager Shane Anthony Arante

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