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June 17, 2006

MV Doulos in Port Klang, Malaysia [6-31 July 2006]

Filed under: Christian, DEETEE, News, Shopping — delephant @ 12:40 pm

MV DOULOS is back in Port Klang, Malaysia! Visit DOULOS at Star Cruises Terminal, West Port from 6 – 31 July 2006 Come onboard the world-famous book fair, and make friends with the international crew!

 GENERAL INFORMATION 

Book Fair Opening Hours:

6 July (Thu) 2pm – 10pm

7 July ~ 31 July 2006, Tue – Sat: 10am – 10pm

Sun & Mon: 2pm – 10pm 

Doulos is at: Star Cruises Terminal, West Port Port Facility

Charge: RM1 per vehicle per entrance Children 12 and below must be accompanied by an adult.

DOULOS

Built in 1914, DOULOS is 2 years younger than the Titanic!

DOULOS is also the World’s Largest Floating Book Fair, carrying 6000 titles of quality literature across the oceans to reach different parts of the globe. Staffed by an all-volunteer crew of 320 Christian young people and families from 45 countries, DOULOS seeks to bring knowledge, help and hope to the nations. Since 1977, DOULOS has visited more than 100 countries, welcoming more than 18 million people onboard! DOULOS’ previous visit to Port Klang was in 2002. Since then, the ship has sailed to Europe, Africa, the French islands, the Gulf, and Asia.  MV Doulos

Info-line : 017 205 1506 2 more Info-lines will be activated on 6 July – 012 976 6435; 012 976 6240

Email: doulos.portklang@gbaships.org

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1 Comment »

  1. Man, thats the second time in a row I have missed the boat 😦

    Comment by Nicktay — June 17, 2006 @ 12:42 pm


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