We are committed to monitoring seafarers' issues and welfare, if you are a seafarer please take the survey below to help us monitor and change your working environment: Read more
Sea Sunday is the global celebration of the enduring and vital work of The Mission to Seafarers... Read more
Seafarers rely on us. Day and night, the Mission is on call in 200 ports worldwide and around 50 countries... Read more
The Mission to Seafarers has grown to become one of the largest port-based welfare charities...
Our 200 ports regularly send us information and statistics on their local welfare work...
Over 90% of world trade is carried by the sea, providing work for the world's 1.5 million seafarers...
On the International Day of Happiness, seafarer welfare charity, The Mission to Seafarers, urged international shipping to take seafarer happiness more seriously as a success indicator and key factor in growth. Read more
Jake Pass, Senior Port Welfare Officer, reflects on Lent and its meaning: Read more
Journalist and supporter of the Mission Steve Matthews talks about modern-day piracy and its effect on seafarers: Read more
I had my last days with the Mission in July 2017, when I took part in the Mission to Seafarers’ annual service at St Michael Paternoster Royal and celebrated Sea Sunday with two congregations... Read more