Sailors’ Society says coronavirus is the worst crisis seafarers have faced in its 200-year history, with ‘overwhelming’ numbers turning to the charity for help since the pandemic began.
International maritime welfare charity Sailors’ Society recently marked the fifth year of its longstanding Wellness at Sea partnership with containership operator and manager, Seaspan Ship Management.
International maritime welfare charity Sailors’ Society is providing free mental health and wellbeing support to crew on board more than 1,000 ships through its Wellness at Sea Awareness Campaign.
Three seafarers under mandatory quarantine have used their time to do a charity challenge of 200 miles in 10 days – all in just the small space of their hotel bedrooms.
GLOBAL ship management company V.Group has teamed up with Sailors’ Society to produce a guide to highlight the positive role Masters can play in ensuring crew wellbeing.
Sailors’ Society has launched a dedicated helpline for seafarers and their families. The confidential, 24-hour service is there to offer support and welfare to those worried or adversely affected by the coronavirus pandemic.
International maritime welfare charity Sailors’ Society has launched a suite of practical resources including advice, contacts and podcasts to help seafarers during the coronavirus crisis.
International maritime charity Sailors’ Society is offering virtual chaplaincy to seafarers as it suspends its port activities in response to the coronavirus.
The Rev Bill McCrea has played Santa to seafarers for decades – but this year the charity he volunteers with wants to give him something back.