The 2018 Mission to Seafarers Christmas catalogue is now available. Please visit our online shop to buy your cards and gifts and, in so doing, support our work around the world. Read more
The Mission to Seafarers invites you to its annual Festival of Nine Lessons and Carols - a highlight in the maritime festive calendar. Read more
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 travel all over the world, often in chilly locations and rely on the warmth knitters and supporters provide by knitting woolly hats and scarves.
The Mission to Seafarers' publications library includes our Strategy 2016-2020 and Prayer Diary 2017...
Over 90% of world trade is carried by the sea, providing work for the world's 1.5 million seafarers...
The Mission to Seafarers (MtS) is continuing its commitment to the safety of the maritime industry by providing English lessons to seafarers which will enhance the future of safety on board vessels. The scheme, which operates out of the charity’s Seafarers’ Centre in Myanmar is on target to teach English skills to 400 seafarers by end of 2018. Read more
The Mission to Seafarers Brisbane has been nominated for the Daily Cargo News Australian Shipping Awards in the Seafarers Welfare Award category. Read more
The Mission to Seafarers Singapore appreciates Team Tankers International, as Owners, and ASP Ship Management Singapore, as Technical Managers, for arranging a short sailing stint for the Singapore Port Chaplain on one of their tankers in August 2018 Read more
The Mission to Seafarers invited its Regional Director for Canada to write about mental health amongst seafarers, and how she and her team are addressing this growing concern. Read more
Jake Pass, Senior Port Welfare Officer, reflects on Lent and its meaning: Read more