The German Seaman's Mission has been established since 1888 in the Amsterdam Harbor. It has been based on the Keizersgracht since 1954.

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Due to the Covid-19 regulation of the Dutch government,
we do not offer breakfast at the moment.

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Book with us - now without risk: You send us your booking request, which we confirm if rooms are available. You can cancel this up to five days before the start of the trip or confirm it with a deposit (price of the first night's accommodation). Without receipt of payment we will cancel the room.

Another change: group bookings are not possible. You can book for yourself and your children - all other fellow travellers please make their own booking.

02.01.2021

Sea Sunday 21 06 07

"Our work is not worth anything to you"

"Our work is worth nothing to you" was the theme of the service on 19 March in the German Church Community. Without the seafarer's work our life is not possible - not one car would run, no mobile phone would be in our shops. A few cents more per product and their lives would be better: fairer wages and better social facilities (seamen's clubs or seamen's hotels) ashore. Appreciation could be that simple.

Or they save human lives. As a matter of course! Are in the right place at the right time in the Mediterranean! Share what they have in shelter and food until a safe port is reached. If something like that happened to us, our appreciation would be overflowing.

The Sunday of Seafaring took up these thoughts. A world very close to our own.

This year too, the shantymen "De Rotterdamse Scheepskakkerlakken" accompanied the service with their sea shanty classics and framed the subsequent "church coffee".

 

10.04.2017
  
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