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Sharp Travel Service (Phils.) Inc.
Sharp Travel Service is one of the leading and longest existing Corporate, Marine DMC, and MICE & Events Travel Management Company in the Philippines providing global travel services and worldwide premium holidays for over 65 years.
Sharp Travel Service Phils., Inc. (STSI) has helped generations of travellers realize their visions, accomplish their goals, and enjoy their heart’s desires. The company was established in July 1, 1952 under the umbrella of C.F. Sharp Group of Companies with over 80 years of successful operations in the fields of Crewing, Freight Forwarding, Brokerage, Air Cargo, Airline GSA, Land-based Recruiting and Training. Thus, STSI has half a century’s odyssey through the rapidly changing landscape of commercial travel.
Sharp Travel Service is a pioneer in handling Cruiseship Shore Excursion Management in the Country. With over 30 years of experience providing shore excursions for classic and expedition cruises in various top destinations and even to some remote places in the country. We are passionate about delivering excellent customer service and we offer an exceptional range of great value shore excursions to suit all ages, interests and abilities.
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Philippines says its ships have ‘every right’ to be near Scarborough Shoal
Senior official calls on China to stop ‘creating unnecessary tensions’ and respect the law.
The Philippines has said its vessels have “every right” to operate around Scarborough Shoal in the South China Sea after Beijing claimed the ships entered the area illegally.
“Under international law, the Philippines has the right to patrol the length and breadth of the West Philippines Sea which necessarily includes Bajo de Masinloc,” National Security Adviser Eduardo Ano said in a statement on Tuesday, referring to the South China Sea and using the Philippine name for Scarborough Shoal.
China’s jet comes dangerously close to us bomber over south china sea: us, why does china claim almost the entire south china sea, china, philippines escalate rhetoric in south china sea collision row, philippines calls on china to stop ‘provocative actions’ at sea.
Ano was responding to a Chinese statement on Monday that a Philippine military ship had “illegally entered” the waters near Scarborough Shoal, which Beijing seized from Manila in 2012 after a months-long standoff.
The islands lie about 220km (137 miles) off the coast of the Philippines and fall within its exclusive economic zone (EEZ), according to international maritime law.
The Philippine ship was on a routine patrol, the statement said.
“It did not illegally enter any space under Chinese sovereignty because Bajo de Masinloc is part of the PH archipelago and EEZ,” it added.
China and the Philippines have been involved in a number of incidents this year, with Manila accusing Beijing of making aggressive efforts to assert its claim to almost the entire South China Sea under its so-called nine-dash line .
Earlier this month, the two countries’ ships were involved in near collisions close to Second Thomas Shoal, which also lies within Manila’s EEZ. Under the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), that zone extends 200 nautical miles (about 370km) from a country’s coast.
“We urge China to act responsibly, respect UNCLOS … and stop its aggressive and illegal actions in PH waters,” Ano said.
After China seized control of Scarborough Shoal, the Philippines took its case to the Permanent Court of Arbitration in The Hague.
The court ruled in the Philippines’ favour, concluding that UNCLOS “superseded any historic rights or other sovereign rights or jurisdiction in excess of the limits imposed therein”.
Beijing, although a signatory to UNCLOS, has not recognised the ruling and has stepped up its claims to the waters building artificial islands, expanding military outposts and deploying its coastguard, maritime militia and fishing fleet.