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Mission to Seafarers

General Details

We’re there to support seafarers when they need us most. Men and women who work at sea can be affected by any number of problems: money worries, mental health issues and loneliness, as well as piracy, shipwreck and abandonment. These issues can be made worse by a lack of facilities, with email only available to less than 25% of seafarers on board ships.

Many ports have inadequate facilities, and our Seafarers Centres give those at sea:

  • a chance to access wifi and SIM cards
  • a comfortable place to rest and relax
  • the chance to get food and toiletries, and transport to shops and local amenities

And it’s not just practical support the Mission offers. We know that seafarers need emotional and sometimes spiritual support too. That’s why we have a large network of chaplains who come on board ships, giving seafarers a listening ear and prayer, if needed. They can also connect seafarers to other organisations, or speak to them on their behalf.

Who to contact

Name
Mission to Seafarers
Telephone
020 7248 5202
Website
https://www.missiontoseafarers.org/
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Address
St Michael Paternoster Royal
College Hill
London
Postcode
EC4R 2RL

Where to go

Area served
Suffolk

Other details

Age Groups
Adults
Last Updated
27/01/2020

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