Starting tomorrow, nine units of the Caticlan-Boracay Transport Multi-purpose Cooperative (CBTMPC) will be operational after the PAGASA placed the province of Aklan under Signal No. 1.
According to the CBTMPC, it's still risky to place their boats on the sea due to the low water level caused by the low tide.
But, they assure that starting tomorrow at 5:00 am, they can now travel from Mainland Malay to Boracay Island.
Meanwhile, the Coast Guard Boracay will allow the crossing to the Island as long as there are available boats that people can board.
In the latest update of PAGASA, Aklan is now under Signal No. 1, except for its Northwestern and Western portions, specifically, the areas of Madalag, Malinao, Libacao, and Buruanga.
According to the PAGASA, Typhoon Odette is forecasted to leave the Philippine Area of Responsibility (PAR) tomorrow morning or early afternoon.