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RMS St Helena at sunset

RMS St Helena at sunset

St Helena: Sailing to the South Atlantic outpost where Napoleon saw out his days

The world’s longest straight staircase which has 699 steps, was built on the island of St. Helena in 1829. “Settlers built it as an inclined plane in 1829 to help bring agricultural products into Jamestown, the capital of the island. ”

The world’s longest straight staircase which has 699 steps, was built on the island of St. Helena in 1829. “Settlers built it as an inclined plane in 1829 to help bring agricultural products into Jamestown, the capital of the island. ”

Marketcruise | RMS St. Helena - Marketcruise

Marketcruise | RMS St. Helena - Marketcruise

The RMS St Helena. Built in 1989 by Hall, Russell & Co in Aberdeen and entered service as a Royal Mail Ship in 1990. This was the last boat build in Aberdeen and by Hall and Russell Shipbuilders who closed in 1992. An airport was built on the island of St Helena which led to the decommissioning of the ship in 2016.

The RMS St Helena. Built in 1989 by Hall, Russell & Co in Aberdeen and entered service as a Royal Mail Ship in 1990. This was the last boat build in Aberdeen and by Hall and Russell Shipbuilders who closed in 1992. An airport was built on the island of St Helena which led to the decommissioning of the ship in 2016.

RMS St Helena exploring St Helena Island | Mantis Collection Privately Owned Boutique Hotels and Eco Escapes | Unearthing the Exceptional

RMS St Helena exploring St Helena Island | Mantis Collection Privately Owned Boutique Hotels and Eco Escapes | Unearthing the Exceptional

RMS St Helena

RMS St Helena

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