According to the tourism officer, balangay boats are usually made of dongon or sangilo wood, famous as hardwood but are floater wood at the same time.
There are nine balangays discovered as of today. Three has been excavated but one was totally damaged. One balangay was on exhibit at the National Museum in Manila and the other one at Balangay Site Museum itself.
The Museum is located in Libertad which is about 5 kilometers from the City proper and a kilometer away from Libertad public market. Open from Monday to Friday between 8am to 5pm. Admission is free but donations are appreciated to help in the conservation of the place.