The effects of the wind, the storm surge, and the waves of Typhoon 1330 (Haiyan or Yolanda) were surveyed at Tacloban Port and Airport on Leyte Island and at several ports on Panay Island, Philippines. The windows and roofs of the port office buildings were broken owing to intense wind at the majority of the ports. The ground floor was flooded by only the storm surge or by the storm surge and the waves, at Tacloban, Estancia, Caticlan, and Lipata Ports. The wave-induced damage of the wharf was severe at Estancia and Lipata Ports. The containers and the mooring ships were drifted at Tacloban, Estancia, and Culasi Ports by the wind, the storm surge, or the waves. The information obtained through hearing investigation is useful for the calibration of numerical hindcasts.