Marine turtles released at All hands beach

All Hands Beach, a turtle nesting site officially recognized by the DENR, facilitated the release of 103 marine turtles at the beach recently.

Subic Bay Metropolitan Authority Chairman Martin Diño, together with members of the SBMA Ecology Center and officials of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) , along with guests, participated in our latest release of 103 Oliver ridley turtle hatchlings at the beach.

Students of SPED-G Kalayaan also got their chance to release some of the baby turtles. In 25 years, these turtles will return to All Hands beach, somehow finding their way back to the place where they hatched no matter how far they've come.

In addition to the latest bale of marine turtles, All Hands Beach has released to date 3, 483 sea turtles to their natural habitats as part of its corporate social responsibility program.

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Sometime in 1956, All Hands Beach was one of the swimming areas of the United States Navy, together with Dungaree Beach and Officer's Beach, when they operated their U.S Naval AIR STATION here at Subic Bay


The name comes from the Navy term '' all hands on deck". This means everyone on deck, all ranks on deck, or everybody on deck. 

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Landline: (047) 250 2270

Globe:  0917 457 3978

Smart:  0918 413 5251

Sun: 0922 826 2934














This Establishment

is accredited and recognized by the Department of Tourism of the Philippines.

San Bernardo Road, Subic Bay Freeport Zone 

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