The Mission to Seafarers’ Q2 2023 Seafarers Happiness Index reveals a concerning downward trend highlighting challenges faced by seafarers.
UK and French governments agree to join forces to improve conditions for seafarers with the new Seafarers' Charter.
Survey from Liverpool John Moores University and The Mission to Seafarers shows scale of corrupt practice of seafarers compelled to pay illegal recruitment fees.
The Mission to Seafarers and Deutsche Seemannsmission have launched a new partnership to improve welfare services for seafarers in Panama.
The International Chamber of Shipping and other organisations urge the UN to evacuate seafarers and ships trapped in Ukraine.
Mariners now have the option to use another type of safety communications system.
Seafarer happiness levels reached 7.3/10, up from 7.21 last quarter, which follows a sustained increase in seafarer satisfaction.
Funding for cadets boosted to £43 million pounds over next two years to help build the maritime sector
The future of maritime has been given a massive funding boost by the UK Government with an increase in training subsidies for cadets and ratings.
New legislation will ensure seafarers get paid at least equivalent to the UK National Minimum Wage.