Subic Bay Freeport Zone

Local triathletes shine in Subic Triathlon

November 22, 2019 | athletes | Subic | Subic Bay | Subic Bay Freeport Zone | Triathlon

Maynard Pecson

MAYNARD Pecson of Go for Gold Baguio took the overall plum in the recent Go for Gold Sprint held in Subic recently. The 24–year–old Pecson finished the course with a time of one hour and 10 minutes swimmming 750 meters, biking 20 kilometers (km), and running an uphill five km. Pecson was joined by fellow Read More

Bigger cruise ships now calling at Subic Bay Freeport

June 9, 2018 | Cruise Ship | Subic Bay Freeport Zone | Tourism

The Subic Bay Freeport has entered the next level in its cruise ship tourism program, as bigger and more luxurious vessels began making port calls here this week. MS Ovation of the Seas, the latest in the Quantum-class cruise vessels of the Royal Caribbean International cruise line, arrived here on Friday for its maiden port Read More

Subic community pitch in for SBMA recycling project

May 8, 2018 | Charity | Community | Environment | Recycle | Subic Bay Freeport Zone

SUBIC BAY FREEPORT — Companies, workers and residents brought used light bulbs, car batteries, unused paints, electronic discards, and even old air conditioners to an empty lot here on Friday to join the Subic Bay community in a collection program to recycle wastes and donate the proceeds to charity. Workers sort out recyclable materials brought Read More

Olongapo, Subic suffer from water shortage

May 8, 2018 | Olongapo | Subic Bay Freeport Zone

OLONGAPO CITY: The shortage of water supply currently experienced by residents of this city as well as the neighboring Subic Bay Freeport will continue to last until the onset of the rainy season, an official of Subicwater, the utility firm supplying water to both areas, told The Manila Times on Monday. BY PATRICK ROXAS, TMT Read More

Akizuki-class destroyer on 3-day visit; Japan’s 1st female commander in town

April 14, 2018 | Japanese | Ships | Subic Bay Freeport Zone

The Japanese Akizuki-class Destroyer arrived in Subic Bay on Friday for a three-day goodwill visit in the country with about 200 officers and crew, among them Japan’s first-ever female commander of a warship squadron. By Francis Wakefield and Jonas Reyes