La librería está muuuy limitada, esperaba mucho más.
The library is very limited. Iwas hoping so much more.
On February 19 2009, almost five years after the ship was purchased, the newly renovated MV Logos Hope sailed into service from Køge, Denmark to Gothenburg, Sweden. Now, nine years later, several of the original crewmembers find themselves back on board.
“We were all jumping when we heard the news that the ship could make her first voyage to Gothenburg!” recalls Marta. She was jumping again, as she had the joy of welcoming Logos Hope – along with several of her old friends – to her city in Colombia.
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Logos Hope’s fifty-five new crewmembers are receiving their Basic Safety Training (BST) ahead of joining the ship. As part of their three-week orientation before they step aboard to begin one or two years of service, the volunteers have been bonding as a group, learning teamwork and getting prepared for life on an ocean-going vessel. They also need to learn how to react in the event of an emergency, which could include abandoning ship or tackling a blaze on board. So new joiners – including children – have a ‘fire and water day’ of handling extinguishers before jumping into deep water from height, learning how to make buoyancy aids and handle life rafts.
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