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Where to stay on St Helena is the first question you will ask yourself when planning to visit St Helena.  Searching the internet will probably become a bit confusing when searching for accommodation on St Helena. You will not find many places that offer online booking like you would find at other Holiday destinations. Island […]

The much anticipated ‘Mining Memory’ documentary film by Professor Dan Yon will soon be here and it is yet another masterpiece from the Director whose film making prowess has earned accolades and recognition’s over the years. Mining Memory attempts to revisit the old memories and legacies of the 20th century copper mining period in a […]

Are you lооking fоr a nеw game fishing destination of the beaten trасk? Are you tired of fishing at the same area all the time, St Hеlеnа оffеrѕ a fishermen’s paradise whether you are a casual fiѕhеrmаn or juѕt lооking fоr a ѕtrеѕѕ-frее week ѕоmе whеrе unique? St Hеlеnа offers аll types of fishing in […]

Our amazing memorable family visit to St Helena began on 22nd December 2018 as we touched down at 13.13pm at the St Helena airport, where we were greeted by friendly Airport staff, which I hastened to add is very humbling compared to some airports we have been to. I fell completely head over heels in […]

British territories around the Atlantic Ocean are soon to begin minting their own versions of the 12-sides British pound coin, reports the Accountancy Daily website. St Helena and Ascension will add their own design to blank coins supplied by the Royal Mint, it says. The new coins will share space in the purse with Island […]

James Herne and his family sailed their 38 foot Carpe Diem proudly over the finished line tonight and completed the 2018 Cape to St Helena race, we are home said Hannah. “what a memorable moment for James Hannah and their family” Also on board is an additional crew member Rob who raced with them from […]

In less than twenty four hours St Helena will welcome the first yacht over the finish line for the 2018 Cape to St Helena yacht race. This race was the original idea and vision of Captain Dave Roberts a former Captain of the RMS St Helena, with the help of former Governor David Smallman and […]

What can one do when visiting St Helena? There is never a shortage of great things to do on St Helena. If you are interested in History, we have many historical interest to offer on St Helena. Tracing Napoleon’s tracks on St Helena is one of the most popular things for any visitor do on […]

Competitors on board the yachts racing towards St Helena in the Cape to St Helena 2018 race enjoyed mostly a clear night sky and with lots of stars above as they settled into the race. Most of the yachts have covered more than 300 miles with Banjo, Rocket at Naledi pushing at the front with […]

Solo and experienced Sailor Dale Kushner from the Royal Cape Yacht Club in Capetown was one of the competitors on the start line at the 2018 Cape to St Helena race on the 26th December. prior to the race Dale was given some great support. Dale is skippering his yacht YOLO (You Only Live Once) […]


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