• Lyttleton
  • Lyttleton
  • Megaship

    First Mega Ship to arrive in New Zealand October 2016.

    Megaship
  • First Mega ship in NZ

    Alex Mota and Sid Wells Ship Visitors on MV Aotea 4th October 2016 - first Mega ship in NZ

    First Mega ship in NZ
  • Wellington

    Romeo Apache, Wellington Ship Visitor. First paid ship visitor in New Zealand through the collaboration of British Sailor Society, Mission to Seafarers and Apostleship of

    Wellington
  • Wellington

    During the 2012-13 cruise ship season, 92 ships carrying approximately 171,000 passengers and about 60,000 crew members, visited Wellington.

    Wellington
  • Tauranga

    Seafarers boarding the 'taxi' for a trip to town. AoS Tauranga is run by 15 active volunteers and provides free internet, telephones, foreign money exchange etc.

    Tauranga
  • Tauranga

    Seafarers about to journey on land. With almost 1,500 ships visiting each year the Port of Tauranga is the busiest port in New Zealand.

    Tauranga
  • Tauranga

    A crewman at the United Seafarers' Mission. AoS Tauranga provides assistance in most world languages, including Hindi, Mandarin, Tagalog and Russian.

    Tauranga
  • Wellington

    Mr Garry Conway, retiring National Director of AoS NZ, receiving Honorary Membership Certificate from Fr Jeff Drane sm, the new National Director.

    Wellington
  • Napier

    AoS Chairperson in Napier Tom Nevison, fifth from left, in the Napier Seafarers' Centre.

    Napier