Logos Hope

Come and meet people from all over the world at the Logos Hope!

MV Logos Hope has arrived in Port of Spain, and is open to the public until January 26. This unique vessel staffed with an international crew offers exclusive onboard events for people of all ages, in addition to its array of quality, affordable books. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to meet the crew in the book fair and the events on the ship!

Guests can experience unique cultures and hear stories from people representing many nations around the world. They can look forward to a time of friendship and community and enjoy an interactive cultural programme.

All events have limited seating. Tickets are available at RED 96.7 radio, Port of Spain. Visit Logos Hope Port of Spain on Facebook and Instagram for more information.

Logos Hope offers an expanded selection of over 5,000 titles at affordable prices. The rest of the Visitor Experience deck is also open for the public to explore. From the Welcome Area, which introduces the new vessel through a short movie and interactive displays, to the International Café, which has ice cream, drinks and snacks for sale, there is sure to be something for everyone.

Logos Hope is operated by GBA Ships e.V., an international, charitable organisation registered in Germany. Since 1970, the organisation has welcomed over 45 million visitors up the gangways in over 150 countries and territories around the world.

MV Logos Hope is open to the public at the Cruise Ship Complex. Opening hours are as follows: Tuesday – Saturday: 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday: 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. Mondays closed. The ship will also close on January 8 and 23, and open one hour later, at 11 a.m., on January 22 and 25.

Entrance fee is $5 per person. Adults 65 and over enter for free. Children under 12 years old enter for free but must be accompanied by an adult.

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