A Safe Haven, A Shore Refuge
The Centres to Seafarers provide a warm welcome to all seafarers visiting our ports and to seafarers and their dependants who are resident in the City.
Each Centre is home to the four port chaplains representing the Apostleship of the Sea, The Sailors' Society, The Mission to Seafarers and Queen Victoria Seamen's Rest.
Free transport is provided from the docks complex to and from the Centres.
• Cemfjord shipping tragedy: a joint statement
13th Jan 2015 - Global maritime charities The Mission to Seafarers (MtS) and The Apostleship of the Sea (AoS) have today issued a joint statement about the recent Cemfjord shipping disaster that occurred off the coast of Scotland in the Pentland Firth waterway last weekend... read more »
• Stranded Solent cargo ship's crew get emergency help from maritime charities
10th Jan 2015 - Maritime welfare charities The Apostleship of the Sea (AoS), The Mission to Seafarers (MtS), and The Southampton Centre for Seafarers (SCS) have been speaking today about their emergency work to support the crew of the Hoegh Osaka, in the aftermath of the rescue from a cargo ship that ran aground in the Solent last weekend... read more »
• Cruise industry digs deep to support seafarers in need - thanks to Seafarers UK
19th Dec 2014 - Cruise Lines International Association (CLIA), UK and Ireland, last night held its Annual Dinner on the Fred.Olsen Cruise Line's MS Black Watch at Tilbury... read more »
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The Christmas Carol Concert will take place in December 2015.
An evening of Christmas music, well known carols and Christmas readings for all the family.
More information will be provided closer to the event.