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This exhilarating 1,700 nautical mile downwind race to one of the most extraordinary places on earth starts on 27th December 2014 and is the last time it will take place in its current format, making it a once in a lifetime race!

It’s the screensaver on my Apple Mac – a shot I took as we were sailing away from the island after a too short four-day visit. St Helena is hazy in the photograph, but I can still make out Lot’s Wife and Sandy Bay.

When taking the road from Jamestown to Napoleon’s Tomb and Longwood House the route immediately starts to climb up into the hills that surround the […]

Once again the RMS St Helena has been shortlisted in the UK’s Cruise International Awards, in their Adventure category! Please show your support by voting us.

The airport is now really starting to take shape. As the fill in Dry Gut rises ever closer to the finish level more work is being done on the airport itself.

The biannual Festival of Walking started on St Helena this week, which is a fortnight’s programme of walks to suit every walker; whether a beginner or seasoned hiker.

When the RMS St Helena departs Jamestown harbour for Ascension it brings the realisation that the lifeline to the world has been severed.

Today we have interviewed Jodie Mills who runs the St Helena Donkey Home; an important conservation effort caring for the donkeys across the island.

“This is so interesting and touching, I felt terribly moved by what I saw.” This comment reflects one of the many responses from visitors to the special exhibition “Liberty Bound: Slavery and St Helena” at the International Slavery Museum in Liverpool.

St Helena’s Participation in Enterprise (SHAPE) is a non-profit organisation that has been running since 2008. It assists to provide a supportive environment for vulnerable […]