St Helena

RMS St Helena

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Type: Expedition ship

Introduction

One of the last working Royal Mail ships in the world, an ocean voyage on the RMS St Helena is an unforgettable experience.

This unique passenger-cargo ship provides the rare opportunity to relax and switch off from it all. Take advantage of the sun deck and swimming pool, catch a film or partake in a quiz night or a game of bingo. Read your way through the onboard library, visit the bridge or simply enjoy chatting with your fellow-passengers as you travel together to one of the world's most remote islands.

The ship publishes a daily newspaper, features a shop selling souvenirs and travel essentials and offers a laundry service in addition to a fully equipped 'do it yourself' launderette. Comfortable lounge areas, an attractively appointed dining saloon and a bar provide plenty of space for socialising. Dining is a real feature, with a choice of breakfast and lunch options, beef tea and afternoon tea ensuring that you don't go hungry before sitting down to a six course dinner each evening!

The ship carries 155 passengers in a variety of cabin categories:

Ship Accommodation

Standard Twin T2H – located on A Deck, with bunk berths, large window, one or two wardrobe units, one armchair and dressing table with over-lighted mirror. En suite toilet, shower and wash basin. 19m3

Standard Twin T2 – located on B Deck, with porthole window, twin beds, two wardrobe units, one armchair, dressing table with over-lighted mirror, en suite toilet, shower and wash basin. 20-22m3

Superior Twin T2S – located on B Deck, with porthole window, twin beds, two wardrobe units, two chests of drawers, one armchair, large dressing table with over-lighted mirror, twin settee and coffee table. En suite toilet, shower and wash basin. Fridge and tea-making facilities. 36m3

Single occupancy is available in T1 (T2) and T1S (T2S) cabin categories only.


Our View

Experience life on board one of the last remaining Royal Mail Ships on an epic adventure across the Atlantic Ocean to one of the world's most remote inhabited islands

Deck Plan

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