Island Hopping In Cebu

Island Hopping Specialists In Cebu Abentura Cruises Bring You A Whole Other Experience

A boat tour around the islands of Cebu like no other

Island Hopping In Cebu The Philippines first the luxury Banca boat says “there’s a difference sailing with Abentura”

A Mactan Island Hopping Experience Like No Other

ABOUT THE MB ADVENTURE 1

Abentura Visayan Cruises is a dream come true formulated in the mind of Mark Salem an Australian Entrepreneur who first visited Cebu in 2008 for a vacation.

In this time discovering the beauty and fun of Island hopping for the first time and becoming familiar with the local Banka style boats Abentura slowly formulated.

Deciding although the Banka style boats used in the area were fun and offered customers a traditional and true feeling of being on the water with their open style decks covered by tarpaulins he felt that they were lacking luxury and comfort. At first appearance, The MB-Adventure-1 has all the attributes known to be attached to the style of the Filipino Banka, the sleek narrow hull that sits more above the water than below, traditional bamboo outriggers used for their strength and flexibility but that is where the similarities stop. Her superstructure boasts 7 feet ceilings and the main cabin runs more than 40 feet in length by 12 feet wide. On her 2nd deck, you will find the wheelhouse large enough to sleep 2 crewmembers comfortably and a rear viewing deck.

Island Hopping in Cebu

In 2014 the project commenced and Abentura was born, from the pegging of the ground to her completion, it took 2 years. MB-Adventure-1 grew from a timber log into more than 33 tons of timber, epoxy, copper nails, nylon and more, she is considered to be the first Native Banka Yacht built in Cebu and has been nicknamed in her building stage as “The Ark” for her sheer size. At a grand 110 feet in length and more than 30 feet from port side outrigger to starboard outrigger, the MB-Adventure-1 boasts many additions that you simply will not see on other Banka’s.

In the planning stage and all throughout the building attention was given to safety and reliability of the boat, reinforcing the hull and engine bays and adding foam to her hull along with fire retardant foam in both the engine bay, generator and fuel bay. Hydraulic steering was added for better control of her passage and as a safer alternative to cable steering. Her fuel tank holds 580 liters, which is, situated dead center of the hull separated in an insulated bay from both engines. A 1000 liter water tank is stored in the lower front compartment to help with ballast, although the fresh water tank is mainly for shower and faucets it can double up for fire safety measures if needed.

Wave breaks have been built into the design of her hull to help keep her steady in the water and push the waves away from her hull this design also has the added effect of more floatation and gives her hull a sleek finish. All her machinery is new and marine grade along with her electronics and wiring.

The MB-Adventure-1’s framework was built out of local wood and we mainly used Lawaan Red timber which is considered to be the Philippines Mahogany the side walls were made from marine grade ply and covered with 4 layers of marine epoxy resin. All the decks have been finished in fiberglass and marine epoxy paints. The nylon twine used to secure the outriggers would probably run into many kilometers and are a high-grade nylon.

All the timbers used on the MB-Adventure-1 have been treated with solignum and had been checked by the boat Master Builder to be true and clean.

Traditionally built every length of timber was doweled, epoxied and fastened with copper nails, once her hull was completed she was launched and floated and tested. The main cabin and decks were then built as she floated to ensure the stability and balance. Although by modern boat makers opinion this would probably seem a little strange from a traditional point of view and with many tens of thousands of these crafts plying the waterways of the Philippines it’s is a tried and true way.

All our builders are traditional boat makers from Punta Engano and have come from long family histories of boat makers and seamen. The MB-Adventure-1 exceeded all expectations in her sea trials and was registered and certified by Region 7 Cebu Maritime Industry Authority on March 7, 2016. In the process, the mariner authority considered her the first of a kind and she was given her certification as a luxury vessel.

Satisfaction of Customers

We designed the MB-Adventure-1 to allow a more comfortable and stylish experience to Island Hopping, we intend to supply a high level of service and attention to our customers with our 10-man crew. Our Captain is certified BC2 level Captain we have accredited first aid officers on board a well-trained team of deckhands as well service staff including massage therapist.

Fun, adventure and style are what we aim to provide our guests with the knowledge that safety is always our priority.

Article Courtesy Of Abentura Cruises And First Posted Here  – http://www.abenturacruises.com/about 

If you are interested to know more or enquire about a booking here are the details

Abentura Cruises

Amani Grand Arcade Building, 3rd Floor, Number 8
M.L Quezon Highway, Pusok, Lapu-Lapu City, 6015
Telephone: +6332-564-2013
email: admin@abenturacruises.com
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Dental Implants Makati

Eximus Dental Implants In Makati

Dr. Erlinda M Dyson Of Eximus Gives Her Expert Opinion On Implant Procedures.

Eximus Dental Implants Makati tells us medical science has developed a lot in the last decades. With the advanced technology, complicated surgeries nowadays have become easy and smooth. Just like that dental implants have become so common. Conceptually, dental implants consist of three separate parts that include an implant post or screw that is inserted into your jawbone, an abutment that is attached to the implant post or screw and which protrudes just above your gum line, and the final tooth restoration that will cover up the abutment. The reason behind using a screw or post is that it will bond with your jawbone during a process called Osseo integration.

Dental Implants Manila
Dental Implants Manila

There are so many positive reasons for choosing Eximus Dental Implants in Makati

However, every one of the reasons why implant treatment can be better than other alternatives is because of the way the implant post artificially replaces a tooth root. Secondly, dental implants can also be more aesthetically pleasing, especially when used to replace single teeth. This treatment can be very helpful for people who have uncomfortable dentures and who hate being limited to easy to chew or softer foods. With dental implants, eating becomes more pleasurable and teeth will be held firmly in place, making it easier to socialize with complete confidence.

The actual procedure to insert a single dental implant is surprisingly quick and can be completed in as little as an hour. The best dentist will want to make sure you feel comfortable at all times and are relaxed as possible during your visit. It is a fact lots of people worry about is if they will be left without teeth and we would like to reassure you that we will not leave you without a smile.

Eximus Dental Implants In Manila
Eximus Dental Implants In Manila

As a renowned organization, Eximus Dental offers the best Dental Implant services at a very affordable price. So have a program and avail dental holidays in the Philippines in best reliability. So contact us and get you desired best dental service.

Article and content first published by Eximus Dental here is the link https://eximusdental.wordpress.com/

Find out more:  www.eximusdental.ocm

 

 

Lightweight Blocks Philippines

Lightweight Blocks Philippines

LITEBLOCK – Lightweight Blocks Philippines

A company in Cebu, the Philippines called Liteblock is revolutionizing the booming construction business with a new kind of patented Hollow Block.

Using Autoclaved Aerated Concrete (AAC) technology they are manufacturing a  lightweight concrete block that has many advantages over traditional lightweight blocks in the Philippines.

The companies CEO and former Pinoy Big Brother winner Slater Young have developed Liteblock to solve many problems construction Filippino companies face.

There are many advantages to  Liteblock because as well as being eco-friendly they are very efficient thermally and therefore they help to reduce heat/cold in buildings. This is a major plus point when we take into consideration the Filippino climate. It’s very porous in nature which means it’s very fire resistant

They are also extremally porous by nature which means they are very fire resistant, again fire is a big problem in the county. They are very workable when it come to accurate cutting, which in turn minimizes waste.

Being  Lightweight blocks from Autoclaved aerated concrete they can save on energy costs, also they are a larger lightweight block faster completion in the Philippines. Compared to traditional hollow blocks it’s estimated that Liteblock can  reduce the cost of the project by over 10%

They also save on energy it’s a great plus factor that makes them very insulator so the interior is easy to maintain. Liteblock is extremely airy and reduces humidity within the building.  An ACC  Hollow Block will absorb allot of moisture whilst releasing humidity.

Liteblock is a Non-toxic form of autoclaved aerated concrete blocks. They not attract rodents pests like termites and will not be damaged by vermin and insects.

Lightweight Concrete blocks from Liteblock weigh about one-fifth of typical concrete blocks. They are Long lasting concrete hollow blocks and the lifespan of an LITEBLOCK is allot longer when compared to traditional hollow blocks.

So what we have is a  market, which is ultimately influenced by a climate change so the Philippines is starting to demand more eco-friendly materials. The desire to contribute and protect the environment has resulted in more interest for choosing greener alternatives.

According to the Masons themselves, they find it very easily to install.

The Liteblock plant is a 2,000-square meter production plant in Cebu, Philippines and they can produce around 3,000 liteblocks a day.

Lightweight Blocks In Philippines

Contractors and developers already know about the technology and it’s not difficult to persuade them to install it. However, Liteblocks goal is to convince individual homeowners to also start to appreciate it.

As from 2013, the demand for cement in the Philippines, concrete being the main ingredient, reached  18 million tons and forecasts indicate the sector will grow by at least 15 percent every year because of the construction industry in the Philippines especially in major cities like Cebu.

So it looks like Liteblock has a great future as one of the leading producers of Lightweight Blocks in the Philippines.

Liteblock On Social Media

https://www.facebook.com/LiteBlockPH/   https://twitter.com/LiteblockPh

Cebu Plumber Tips

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Cebu Plumber Airlock Tips Tells

In the first instance ensure all hot taps in the home are in the closed position.

Then either proceed with these options:
1. If the taps in the kitchen are separate i.e. not combined in a
hot and cold mixer tap, then turn the hot tap on. If you discover an airlock, you will find no water will come from the hot tap. A
short piece of hose should be them used to connect the hot and cold taps.
When turning on the cold tap this will result in the cold water going through the hot water tank and this, in turn, will make will the air which is causing the airlock back into the water tank in
the attic.
OR
If you have a mixer tap in the kitchen, the hot tap should be turned on. With a clean dry cloth block the mixer tap and turn on the cold water tap. This should force the cold water back through the hot water system, making the air into the water tank in the attic. Be careful when doing this in the case of scalding with hot water.
Let this run for 2 – 3 minutes, then turn off the cold tap and let the hot tap run for 5 minutes to make sure that the air lock is cleared. If the airlock is still present, repeat the process one or two times more. If this is not successful, contact a Cebu plumber and get them to fix it.

Tips On Citations From a Cebu SEO Expert

When considering a Cebu SEO strategy to improve you local SERP results, you should bear in mind the following simple strategy to see a marked improvement in rankings.

Citations
Citations could be classed as business listings, for example, your local company is placed in a business directory. A few examples would be Yell.com, Yelp, Foursquare etc.
This is important because Google likes to see you are a relevant listing for your particular product or service in your local area.It is widely believed that Google places these citation listings as a significant ranking factor in the search results.

In order to have the best results, you should consider performing a full citation audit, whereby the following steps should be adhered to:

Check Your Listings
Check all your existing citation listings have the correct NAP (Name, Address, Phone Number) structure. This is extremely important as any inconsistencies with regards to your exact business name, address and other relevant details may harm your placement in the search results.

The best wat forward is to go through each and every listing and check that the NAP structure is 100% exact and correct on each entry.If you do come across any inconsistencies the best approach is to directly contact the business listing provider either by phone or email and request an amendment of the listing details.

Add more Citations
Actively plan a campaign to get as many local Cebu, national and international citation listings as possible. Although you could view this as time-consuming the end result with being time well spent and in time a distinct possibility of an improvement in search engine results.
To help you achieve this here is a couple of links to help you on your way:

BrightLocal Top 50 Local Citation Sites for USA, UK, Canada & Australia
WhiteSparkt Local Citation Finder

You should aim to get a total of at least 50 new citations, all with the exact NAP structure