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Christmas Presents for Seafarers 
Great Yarmouth Seafarers Centre is looking for donations in order to give our visiting seafarers Christmas presents as they are so far away from home More ...
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An evening of wonderful music
Great Yarmouth Brass Band will be playing a concert at Gorleston Baptist Church to raise funds for the band and Great Yarmouth Seafarers Centre More ...
50/50 Club November 2022 draw winner announced
Great Yarmouth Seafarers Centre's November draw was conducted by Mr D Ashton, and the lucky winner is ..... More ...
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Would you like to join this worthy cause? 
Great Yarmouth Seafarers Centre is looking out for some more volunteers. Maybe you have an evening to spare where you could be at the centre. Training would be given and you would be joining a group of people who like to get together More ...
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Reopening of the Great Yarmouth Seafarers Centre 
The Great Yarmouth Seafarers Centre was officially reopened on Friday 24th September 2021, on South Quay, by Catherine Spencer, Chief Executive Officer of the Seafarers UK charity. The event was hosted by Reverend Peter Paine More ...
Minute taker needed by Seafarers Centre
Great Yarmouth Seafarers Centre is looking for someone who would be their minute taker for around no more than 8 meetings a year, all of which are held during the day More ...
Spare a thought for those at sea 
We may be tiring of tales about the outraged shock and awe of us non-key workers mewed at home with family, Wi-Fi, and slightly restricted shopping opportunities More ...
Award Presentation to Revd Peter Paine
Great Yarmouth's Port Chaplain, Revd Peter Paine, has been presented with the prestigious Award for Services to Seafarers' Welfare 2019 by the Merchant Navy Welfare Board More ...
Day of the Seafarer prayer
Care Prayer Diary has published this prayer for today, Tuesday 25th June More ...
Appeal for volunteers for GY Seafarers Centre
Rev Peter Paine is appealing for volunteers to lend a listening ear to seafarers More ...
Contributions to the RNLI honoured at Great Yarmouth and Gorleston
The dedicated long service and commitment of lifeboat members has been honoured during a special event More ...
Great Yarmouth Seafarers Centre plays Santa
Great Yarmouth Seafarers Centre’s dedicated volunteers were informed of a Filipino ship to be in the outer harbour over the Christmas period, so banded together to collect goodies for 17 Christmas gift bags for the crew More ...
Great Yarmouth chosen as operations hub for two of world’s largest wind farms
Great Yarmouth has been chosen by Swedish energy group Vattenfall as the operations and maintenance base for its two proposed wind farms off the East Anglian coast More ...
Buzz Wire champion receives prize
Great Yarmouth Seafarers Centre, for the third year running, held their extremely popular Buzz Wire competition at the 2018 Maritime Festival. The two winners each won a prize of tea for two at the 4 star Imperial Hotel on North Drive More ...
It was a strange feeling
Stranded crew to return home following ship sale
Oscar winner at the Maritime Festival
Sea shanties and sing-a-longs - Great Yarmouth Maritime Festival returns
Stranded crew could fly home after ship sale
Maritime Festival returns to Great Yarmouth for a fun-packed weekend
“Anything to help tell the story of this brave little ship from Great Yarmouth” Dunkirk ship appeal
Maritime festival will hark back to First World War heroism and air raid
Captain of stranded Malaviya to go home soon after legal stalemate broken
Yarmouth Chaplain prioritises welfare of stranded crew
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The Great Yarmouth Seafarers Centre is an advice and social hub available to the estimated 15,000 seafarers from across the world who visit the port of Great Yarmouth every year

Associated with the Mission to Seafarers, the Seafarers Centre is run by Port Chaplain, Rev Peter Paine, and offers someone to talk to, a chance to call home, and spiritual support


The centre is open every weekday evening between 6pm and 8pm and Saturday and Sunday between 1pm and 3pm

please note that the Centre is closed during the Covid pandemic in line with Government guidelines

At 5.15pm every first Tuesday of the month, there is an open prayer time, to which all are welcome

Great Yarmouth Seafarers Centre
South Quay
Great Yarmouth
NR30 2RW



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