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Caring for Seafarers Around the World
Did you know that 90% of the world's traded goods are shipped by sea? 

Seafarers of all ages and nationalities work an average of 80 hours a week (plus overtime) to bring us these necessary goods, and as an international population, they are often exploited. Work on board ships can be isolating, and seafarers are at a much higher risk for loneliness, depression, and suicide.

With an average of 30-40 ships a month coming into the Port of Seattle, the Seattle Seafarers Center serves those who work on board cargo, container ships, and bulk carriers by providing essential human services. 



Monday - Friday:

9:30am to 5:00pm 

Saturday & Sunday: 


Additional hours upon request. 



Do you Want to Get Involved? 

Are you looking for ways to help individual seafarers and crew? 

Donate Today

Help us support and care for the seafarers around the world.


Meet our Interns and Ship Visitors!

Our center has been blessed with many interns over the years. Get to know them!

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