GPS COORDINATE

 
BY CAR

Motorists coming from North Luzon Expressway (NLEx) Bound for Subic are advised to take Subic-Clark-Tarlac Expressway (SCTEx) which will end at the Tipo Exit. Once you have entered Subic Bay Freeport Drive all the way to Rizal Highway where you will see the Subic Bay Yacht Club.

BY BUS

Ride a Victory Liner Bus going to Olongapo City or Ayala Harbor Point Mall from any of their locations:

Address:
683 EDSA, Brgy. Immaculate Concepcion, Cubao, Quezon City

Phone Number:
Ticket Booth - (02) 727-4534 / (02) 727-4646

Address:
551 M. Earnshaw St., Brgy. 401, Sampaloc, Manila

Phone Number:
Ticket Booth - (02) 559-7735

Address:
712 EDSA Brgy. 143, Zone 15, Pasay City

Phone Number:
Ticket Booth - (02) 833-5019 / (02) 553-8815

SUBIC BAY FREEPORT TRAFFIC REMINDERS

  • Make full stop at intersections with STOP signs or flashing red lights or solid white lines painted across the road. A full stop means a complete cessation of movement, not a rolling stop.

  • Yield to vehicles traveling a road with a right of way and those who approached the intersection first. (First stop, first to go policy)

  • Approach with caution or slow down at all intersections with yellow flashing traffic light. 

  • All motorists should pull over to give way to emergency vehicles (red light/siren).

  • Observe proper lane usage and speed limits, and give proper signals to motorists.

  • Obey all traffic lights and hand signals of traffic officers.

  • Load and unload at designated areas only.

  • No driving under the influence of alcohol or prohibited drugs.

  • No parking on yellow painted curbs.

  • Always have a valid driver's license and latest vehicle registration when driving.

  • Fasten seatbelt.

  • No traveling downgrade on neutral gear. 

  • No wearing of headphones/earphones while driving.

 
 
BY PLANE

The fastest way to Subic Bay from Manila is via Seaplane. Taking off from its dock at the Manila Harbour, the airline operates a fleet of new nine-seater Cessna Caravan Amphibian that lands directly at the Subic Bay International Airport.

Air Juan has played a role in developing tourism by providing access to the countryside and to some of the Philippines’ best resorts.

ACCOMMODATION

The Subic Sailing Club is in partnership with several hotels and resorts in the area. For more information, you may check our membership benefits page or visit the website below:

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WEATHER
EMERGENCY NUMBERS

NLEx Emergency: (632) 3-5000
SCTEx Emergency: (0920)-96-SCTEX / (045) 865.2030

Subic Bay Freeport Emergency Hotlines:
911 for PLDT-SubicTel Subscribers
9111 for Smart & Globe Mobile Subscribers

 
 
 

SUBIC SAILING CLUB

For many years, the Subic Sailing Club has been at the forefront of the development of sailing in the Philippines. Formerly known as the Saturday Afternoon Gentlemen Sailors (SAGS), the Subic Sailing Club is a non-profit organization founded in 2004. It is composed of entrepreneurs, expatriates, and sports enthusiasts who all share the same passion and commitment for sailing.  > Read More

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