The Mission to Seafarers has recently unveiled its newly updated crew area at the Limassol port in Cyprus. The new facility has been designed to provide seafarers with a comfortable and welcoming environment during their time onshore.

The crew area features comfortable seating, Wi-Fi access, television screens, and a selection of books and magazines for seafarers to enjoy. The space has also been decorated with artwork created by local students, adding a personal touch to the facility.

The Mission to Seafarers is a global charity that provides practical and emotional support to seafarers around the world. The updated crew area in Limassol is just one of the many ways in which the organization is working to improve the lives of seafarers and ensure that they are treated with the respect and dignity they deserve.

Speaking about the new facility, the Mission to Seafarers’ Regional Director for the Eastern Mediterranean, Revd Canon Andrew Wright, said, “We are delighted to be able to offer this updated crew area to seafarers in Limassol. We know that life at sea can be tough, and we hope that this facility will provide a much-needed space for seafarers to relax and unwind during their time onshore.”

The Mission to Seafarers is committed to continuing its work to support seafarers around the world, and the updated crew area in Limassol is just one example of the organization’s dedication to this important mission.