Posted by: iamlillian | January 3, 2009

MV Doulos


Brothers and i visited the  oldest seagoing passenger ship – MV Doulos this evening.

Doulos was purchased in 1977 by GBA Ships e.V. (previously known as Good Books for All), a private, non-profit, charitable organisation registered in Germany.

Over 20 million visitors have been welcomed on board for tours, programmes and visits to the floating book fair. With stops in over 500 ports of call, this unique ship has visited more than 100 countries in including Africa, the Americas, Asia, Australia, Europe, the Middle East and many island nations.

Doulos is recognised in the Guinness Book of World Records as the world’s oldest active ocean-going passenger ship.

Tonight is the last night before the ship leave for another destination.

For more info, visit


visiting Doulos

visiting Doulos



book sale

book sale

Huge range of books. History, Geography, Christian, literature, Kids…you name it.

i remember it was about 7 years ago that Doulos harbored at Kuching. We visited it as a family and i bought a Enid Blyton’s story book. 🙂


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