The M/V Pacific Hope is a ship which demonstrates the love of Jesus Christ by providing medical care, construction and education to those in need. Since 2013, the M/V Pacific Hope has helped meet the needs of people who are victims of natural disaster, isolation, poverty and disease with the purpose of sharing God's love and the gospel of Jesus Christ.
WHO WE ARE
A group of diverse people dedicated to helping hurting people in the Caribbean by providing physical and spiritual aid in the name of Jesus Christ. Our talented volunteers come from around the world and contribute their time and talents to further the mission of M/V Pacific Hope. Together, we are the body of Christ and united by a common purpose to know God and make Him known to all the nations.
M/V PACIFIC HOPE
Year Built: 1983
Gross Tonnage: 480 Tons
LOA: 54.1 Meters
Length: 47 Meters
Breadth: 8.80 Meters
Depth: 4.00 Meters
Max Speed: 13.79
Range: 20,000 Nautical Miles
Cargo Capacity: 155 Cubic Meters
The M/V Pacific Hope began her refit in March 2018 and has since been serving in the Caribbean, a Her medical capabilities include a cataract surgery unit, child immunizations, a two chair dental clinic, basic lab testing health care, and construction. Onboard training has included WASH (water, sanitation, and hygiene), nutrition, orphanage support and community development.
history of hope
The M/V Pacific Hope was purchased in 2013 by Marine Reach New Zealand. Since then, she has undergone extensive renovations to include suitable accommodations for 60 crew and medical personnel, training facilities and a fully functional dental/ophthalmology clinic. On June 29th, 2015, she departed New Zealand and led medical outreaches in Fiji and Vanuatu. Over the past three years, she has brought free medical care and the Gospel of Jesus Christ to thousands of men, women and children living in some of the most isolated islands in the South Pacific.
Following an exciting and dynamic outreach season in Vanuatu in 2017, M/V Pacific Hope berthed in Panama for maintenance from November 2017 to February 2018. She sailed from Panama and is now anchored in Portsmouth, Dominica where she is providing ship based construction, medical and ministry to the island communities hit hardest by Hurricane Maria.