The Mission to Seafarers is excited to announce that we have been nominated and shortlisted for two industry awards - The Safety4Sea Initiative Award for our work on The Happiness Index and The Safety at Sea Shoreside Award. 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 rely on us. Day and night, the Mission is on call in 200 ports worldwide and around 50 countries... 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.
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 Sunday 9 September, over 60 people from around the tiny community of Edithburgh on the Southern Yorke Peninsula, South Australia, gathered at the Flying Angel Centre for the blessing and opening of an alfresco, outdoor kitchen and memorial garden. Read more
Seafarers from across the world have responded to the latest Seafarers Happiness Index. In answering questions about their lives at sea, they have called for ship owners, operators and managers to have designated human resource management in place to address concerns and to reflect the growing appreciation and importance of seafarer mental health and wellbeing on board and at sea. Read more
SMM Hamburg has placed seafarer welfare at the centre of its exhibition this week, by choosing The Mission to Seafarers (MtS) as its official event charity, with Deutsche Seemannsmission. 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
Journalist and supporter of the Mission Steve Matthews talks about modern-day piracy and its effect on seafarers: Read more