UK-based seafaring charities, including Apostleship of the Sea, were beneficiaries of a recent Seafarers’ charity ball which aimed to raise awareness of the important role of seafarers.
The long ordeal faced by two groups of stranded crew in the UK has finally ended, after the 12 seafarers from Ukraine and Russia received their unpaid wages amounting to a total of £61,282.
Seafarers’ charity Apostleship of the Sea (AoS) has launched a maritime emergency fund which aims to provide fast and modest cash grants to seafarers in difficulties.
According to seafarer’s welfare organisation the Apostleship of the Sea (AoS), the stranded crew of the detained vessel ‘Donald Duckling’ have now been repatriated.
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