2 NEW VOLUNTEERS

MERCY SHIPS

Stena Line's partnership with Mercy Ships is not only about raising awareness and donations among passengers and partners, it is also about sharing the unique technical and naval competence the company’s employees hold.

In May and June, two new Stena Line volunteers will arrive to the hospital ship Africa Mercy when she is at ship yard in Las Palmas. Martina Thowsen, able seaman at the Stena Scandinavica and Alexander Gustafsson, able seaman at the Stena Nautica, will help with the planned maintenance on board. Thereafter they will sail with the Africa Mercy to her next outpost in Senegal, where Mercy Ships’ volunteer medical staff will provide free, life-saving medical care.

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