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Shipmap.org

https://www.shipmap.org/

An incredible visualisation of global shipping traffic, created by Kiln.digital and the UCL Energy Institute.

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Ship Visiting

https://www.missiontoseafarers.org/blog/ship-visiting

Our (relatively) new Assistant Chaplain Thomas Ware on what ship visiting means to seafarers...

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Info

Open 1300 – 2100
7 Days a Week
Telephone +61 8 9183 1424

Bus



We provide a free bus service for seafarers at 4 terminals and 10 berths to and from our centre.

Bibles

At the Dampier Seafarers Centre, there is a chapel for quiet place to reflect and Sunday services. We have free Bibles for any who would like one in over 30 languages. We also provide Bible study material and an array of Christian books.

Wifi

Our centre provides free a WIFI connection to the internet for seafarers.

Rec Room

There is a recreation room where people can play pool, ping pong, foosball, air-hockey and darts. It is a comfortable place to allow seafarers to sit and relax. Tea, espresso coffee and purified water are free of charge. We have full refreshment facilities. There is also a library of books that are available for free along with donated magazines and some up to date reading material in many languages.

Shop

There is a shop that sells pre-paid SIM cards and recharges. We also sell chips, biscuits, chocolates, soft drinks and some basic and special grocery items. We sell personal hygiene items, skin care products and vitamins. We sell some basic electronic goods. We also have a stock of excellent Australian souvenirs and clothing. All proceeds go towards the operating costs of the Dampier Seafarers Centre and the welfare of many who visit our port.

Our centre is staffed by workers and volunteers from the Dampier area.