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photo of Logos hope on the open sea

Logos Hope, the world’s largest floating book fair, will soon visit Roseau, Dominica on her maiden voyage to the Caribbean. Replacing the previous ship Logos II which last visited Dominica four years ago, this much larger vessel has been designed to give visitors a truly memorable experience.

Logos Hope will open to the public at the Cruise Ship Berth in Roseau, Dominica on May 22, 2010 and will be open through May 30, 2010. The ship is also expected to dock at the Woodbridge Bay Port on May 25.

Logos Hope features a fully air conditioned deck that is open to the public to explore. From the Welcome Experience, to the International Café ice cream, drinks and snacks there is sure to be something for everyone to enjoy. Logos Hope also brings an expanded selection of over 7,500 books that covers a range of subjects including science, sports, hobbies and religion. Don’t miss the brand new Journey of Life exhibition which invites viewers to consider the choices we all face along life’s journey.

The all-volunteer crew and staff comprise of around 400 people representing 45 different nations who offer a unique example of unity in cultural diversity. Logos Hope is operated by GBA Ships e.V., an international, charitable organization registered in Germany. In almost 40 years of service, the organization has welcomed 40 million visitors up the gangways in over 160 countries and territories around the world. The ship is hosted in this region by OM Caribbean –

A quick visual introduction to Logos Hope

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Comment by elizabeth xavier
2010-05-05 13:45:22

Good information, with a beautiful video. I wish that I was in dominica to participate in all this.

If indeed Journey Of Life is one of the 7500 books from the ship, I advise Dominicans to consider taking a good look at it. We are dying too young and hopeless, because we fail to learn that Life is a journey through which we travel to a destiny of wholeness and rest, to live forever and ever.

The fact, that the ship is named Logos Hope, spells that out; for hope is what presses on to the fullness of Life.

Comment by melanie Khan
2010-07-27 16:09:46

I watched your video in Dominica and it reminded me of two things.

Firsly my trip to Dominica last year and the wonderful people, photos and Island, and secondly the Logos Hope trip to London. I had a wonderful time and tour of the ship, inspiring service and lots of fun!

I will try to up load some of my photos of both events.
Enjoy. God Blss you all and continue to keep you safe.

2011-02-24 10:06:09

hi this is shahzad james from Pakistan me and my wife are living in Lahore.
we both working in children minstry and in church.
I would like to get more information about ur ship hope u will send me reply as soon.

Comment by melanie Khan
2011-03-03 17:55:19

Dear shahzad,
Hi I’m from London . I visited the Hope Logos in when it came into Port here. It was a wonderful experience. The staff from different areas around the world live in fellowship together.

It provides a wonderful service with its books, medical service, entertainment and fellowship.
My daughter is having a year out and I hope she will join them for a few months. There is a book called the Logos Hope which is about the first ship which outlines their ethos and gives an idea of what life is like aboard the Hope logos. My church is Brandon Baptist Church in Camberwell, london.
I do hope this information has helped. Perhaps you can link up with someone who has served on the ship. I wish you well. God’s Blessings to you, your family, your chuch and your future.

Yours in Jesus Christ.

Melanie KHAN

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