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  • Davao CitySea-based TransportationFleet White Paper by Warlito N. Vicente, Jr. Email:wnvicente@gmail.com Phone: 904-222-1934
  • Davao City is the premier city in the Philippines’ second largest island, Mindanao. It has a population of two million people.Davao City is a coastal city. It haspoor road infrastructure and is nowfacing traffic congestion and gridlocks. It is bounded by Panabo inthe North and Santa Cruz in theSouth. White Paper by Warlito N. Vicente, Jr. Email:wnvicente@gmail.com Phone: 904-222-1934
  • Davao City: Land-based Infrastructure Cost of upgrading land-based infrastructure is prohibitive (road right of way, construction, environmental impact, zoning). Commerce slows down due to slow access to distribution points. White Paper by Warlito N. Vicente, Jr. Email:wnvicente@gmail.com Phone: 904-222-1934
  • Davao City: Ocean-based Infrastructure Hub  for Passengers from Davao Norte/ NorthEast Mindanao Satellite  Terminals Satellite  Terminals Satellite  Terminals Hub  into and out of  Central Business District Satellite  Satellite  Terminal Terminals Hub  for Passengers from Davao Sur /North Cotabato White Paper by Warlito N. Vicente, Jr. Email:wnvicente@gmail.com Phone: 904-222-1934
  • Davao City: Sea-based Infrastructure Sea-based transport fleet can help reduce pressure on land- based infrastructure and create primary and secondary industries. Sea vessels picking up and dropping off passengers in key areas in the North, Central, and South areas including Santa Cruz and Panabo. Toril White Paper by Warlito N. Vicente, Jr. Email:wnvicente@gmail.com Phone: 904-222-1934
  • Davao City: Sea-based Infrastructure Four market segments Water Taxi (substitute for Taxi) Water Shuttle (substitute for Jeeps) Water Bus (substitute for Buses) White Paper by Warlito N. Vicente, Jr. Email:wnvicente@gmail.com Phone: 904-222-1934
  • Water-Taxi White Paper by Warlito N. Vicente, Jr. Email:wnvicente@gmail.com Phone: 904-222-1934
  • Water-Taxi White Paper by Warlito N. Vicente, Jr. Email:wnvicente@gmail.com Phone: 904-222-1934
  • Water-Taxi White Paper by Warlito N. Vicente, Jr. Email:wnvicente@gmail.com Phone: 904-222-1934
  • Water-Taxi White Paper by Warlito N. Vicente, Jr. Email:wnvicente@gmail.com Phone: 904-222-1934
  • Water-Shuttle White Paper by Warlito N. Vicente, Jr. Email:wnvicente@gmail.com Phone: 904-222-1934
  • Water-Shuttle http://www.allmandboats.com/Cabin _Boats/860wt.htm White Paper by Warlito N. Vicente, Jr. Email:wnvicente@gmail.com Phone: 904-222-1934
  • Business Model Identify sources and costs of boats Compute total landed cost Finalize agreement with Davao/Philippines--based private fleet operator Package project for US export financing (assuming purchase order is a go.) White Paper by Warlito N. Vicente, Jr. Email:wnvicente@gmail.com Phone: 904-222-1934
  • Next Steps Export US/Florida-made passenger boats to Davao City, Philippines Operate a Sea Transport Fleet as an alternative land-based transport Position as a premium service that transports people quickly sans the hassle of land-based service Integrate the service with land-based providers for a smooth and seamless passenger experience White Paper by Warlito N. Vicente, Jr. Email:wnvicente@gmail.com Phone: 904-222-1934