Floating Library Heads To SA

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Calling all bookworms, the world’s largest floating library is heading to major South African ports over the next couple of months.


Following in the footsteps of her predecessor and sister ship, the MV Doulos, the MV Logos Hope sails across the globe with the purpose of bringing ‘Knowledge, Help and Hope to the nations of the world’.

The MV Logos Hope set sail from Richard’s Bay earlier this year and docked in Port Elizabeth from 9 to 20 June. Thereafter, the ship will sail to Cape Town, arriving on 23 June. It will be open to the public from 24 June to 11 July. The ship has already docked in Durban and East London this year.

Entrance will cost R5, while children under 12 and pensioners over 65 can enter for free.

Compiled by: Melissa Jane Cook. Source: Travel and Meetings.



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Bewitched by the magic of France, Melissa Jane Cook is an intrepid explorer. A lover of traversing the globe, she eagerly absorbs different cultures and laps up the magnificent oceanic experiences. Wooed by words and writers alike, her penchant for facials, chocolate, owls and bugs, is surpassed only by her fascination with the stage aglow in lights or bookshelves that heave with stories, where characters invite her along on their marvellous journeys.