Port of Thunder Bay is a maritime community that has commercial, governance and
recreational benefits to the people of
Seafarers Guide to Thunder Bay:
information for seafarers visiting the Port
The 2021 shipping season has
The first ocean-going ship, M/V Federal Cedar, arrived on April 4.
Canada Ship Safety Bulletin No. 28/2020: Mobility of asymptomatic, presumed
non-COVID-19-carrying seafarers in the
marine sector during Covid-19 pandemic
The Mission to Seafarers Annual Meat Sale is here
again. The meat is from European Meats, is of excellent quality and gluten free.
Prices are posted on www.missiontoseafarers.ca/thunderbay.
Orders must be placed by Monday, May 3 and will be delivered on
Wednesday, May 12.
Contact your MtS Congregation Rep or the Mission at (807) 344-8241
Please help support our ministry to the seafarers.
click on links for further information
April 1, 2021
1:00 pm Wednesday, April 21
Orders taken after March 1,
orders due May 3,
orders picked up May 12
of the Fleet
tentatively scheduled for
June 26, 2021.
Day of the Seafarer - June 25
Christmas Gift Bags
Thank you for your donations,
we delivered 285 Christmas Gift Bags to 15 ships in December.
For 2021, items need to be
dropped off at the Seafarers' Centre by Monday, November 22
Keefer Intermodal, 100 Main St.,
(807) 344-8241 Seafarers' Centre
(807) 626-2571 Canon Swayze's mobile
The Rev'd Canon Ed Swayze also is the pastor
at St. Stephen the Martyr Anglican
Regular office hours are suspended until further notice due to the
p.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Wednesday 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
and by appointment.
ships are in port
6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. daily
The Centre can be opened at other times with a minimum of 1 hour notice by
contacting the Centre.
The Mission to Seafarers:
Port of Thunder Bay
Suite 450, 100 Main St.
Thunder Bay, ON P7B 6R9
with your comments
The Mission to Seafarers gratefully
acknowledges the financial support of these donors
- Shirley H. & Meredith O Nelson Fund
- The Marine Club