World Largest Floating Library sails into Dar-es-Salaam in October 2023 after her Mombasa voyage

The World’s Largest floating Library, ‘MV Logos Hope,’ ship is expected to sail into the Dar-es-salaam harbor in October, 2023.

Calling port in Tanzania happens to be the ship’s part of the ongoing itinerary of its maiden voyage around the world having started in the Middle East.

In East Africa, MV Logos will be docking in Mombasa, Kenya and Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania as it sails towards South into Mozambique.

Somehow the voyage will be another boost in Tanzania’s Tourism.

MV Logos Hope mission will call at the Indian Ocean Port of Dar-es-Salaam on October 5, 2023 and will remain anchored in the waters for a total of 18 days.

Her stay in Tanzania will feature two weeks of the World’s largest book fanfare.

As anticipated, the ship is expected to sail into Dar-es-Salaam with over 500 people onboard.

But even the ship itself is going to be a great attraction for both foreign and local visitors during its scheduled arrival in October, 2023 and its two weeks mission in Tanzania.

Constanza Figueroa, is a member of the Ship’s advance team of MV Logos Hope.

She explains that the vessel is operated by Good Books for All (GBA).

The ship is setting out on the mission of sharing knowledge, helping, and giving hope in every port that it docks.

So far, the ship has called port at more than 150 countries and territories.

Once at the Dar Port, the ship will be open to all people to visit.

MV Logos Hope, which is the world’s largest floating Library and Book Store offers an expanded selection of over 5,000 different titles of publications at affordable prices.

The Books displayed on the large ship cover a wide range of subjects, including science, sports, hobbies, cookery, the arts, medicine, languages, and faith.

There are also a number of children’s titles, academic texts, dictionaries, atlases, and according to its spokesperson, the book fair has something for everyone.

MV Logos Hope sails with an international crew, including a staff of volunteers from more than 60 different countries who live and work on the ship, devoting one or more years of their lives to serving on board.

According to the Tanzania Times it is expected that the ship will be calling port in Tanzania with over 300 volunteers on board.

MV Logos’ ship crew are supposed to be promoting literacy and education, cross-cultural cooperation and social awareness, as well as reflecting ‘God’s compassion for the world.’

“Other than the books initiative, the ship crew will also be providing aid and community care and partner with local community groups to bring hope to people,” explained Figueroa.

Another advanced team Member, Nicolas Civilotti, said the vessel has already covered various ports including Muscat, Oman and Abu Dhabi in the United Arab Emirates.

Other countries that the ship gets to visit include Seychelles’ Port Victoria and the Port of Mombasa in Kenya before coming to Dar-es-salaam.

In Tanzania, the ship will be anchored between October 5 and October 23, 2023.

Later, MV Logos Hope gets to set sail from Dar departing towards Madagascar and eventually Maputo, in Mozambique, where it is expected to dock sometime in January 2024.

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