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Details to be confirmed; departure window expected to about 2nd October 2023 for latest arrival in Chile about 8th November 2023. This is subject to change depending on Extreme E (vessel operator) racing commitments yet to be finalised (probably not before end of Q2/2023).

Actual voyage duration TBC

Panama Canal transit

St Helena Voyages

The 6,767 gross ton ship Saint Helena is now the transport facility and floating VIP hospitality club for the Extreme E Racing Series which stages a number of electric 4x4 off road vehicle races in extreme locations around the globe in locations such as the deserts of Saudi Arabia and the cold wastes of the Arctic.


The ship is used to transport the teams Odyssey race cars and all of the ancillary equipment and cargo associated with putting on a modern racing event in extreme and remote locations.


Around the time of the race events the ship is used extensively to host and entertain the teams and their partners sponsors and affiliates including the world class drivers associated with the racing series but during the passages between race locations the ship is lightly utilised providing an opportunity to offer passage to fee paying passengers on the various transport legs between races.


The ship boasts 60 guest cabins and has benefited from a massive multi-million euro top to bottom rebuild during 2020 and 2021 during which all of the interior was totally refurbished and all of the mechanical and engineering functions of the ship were completely overhauled.


There is an 80 seat restaurant, a VIP lounge bar with outdoor terrace and semi enclosed smoking area as well as an executive day lounge available for use by passengers. Each deck also features a service pantry stocked with soft drinks and snacks which are complementary to passengers.


The St Helena has a fascinating history as she was the last operational “RMS” (Royal Mail Ship) Serving for some 24 years as the lifeline supply vessel to the island of Saint Helena in the South Atlantic. The island had no airport and therefore practically all cargo and equipment taken to the island was carried on the Saint Helena including mail deliveries and the carriage of passengers arriving and departing from the island.


During her time as the supply vessel to the island the ship sailed a routine passage program in all weathers through the South Atlantic ocean and as such holds a special place in the heart of all the “Saints” as the Islanders of Saint Helena are known. She now has a new personality, is operating very differently than in her previous role and expectations should be carefully adjusted.


Repeat passengers of RMS St Helena (in her former role) should be aware that the line voyages offered are traditional cargo ship voyages - not cruises - and whilst the accomodation overall is of a higher standard, should not be compared with cruises to/from the island of St Helena. Menu choices and on board services are limited to those more generally available on cargo ships.

St Helena

Tonnage                  6,767 GT

Length                    105 m (344 ft)[1]

Beam                      19.2 m (63 ft)

Draft                       6 m (20 ft)

Installed power      6,532 kW

Speed                     14.5 knots (26.9 km/h; 16.7 mph)

Capacity                 125 passengers, 1,800 tonnes cargo

* Maximum passenger age - 75 years old upon return.

0 Nights | Brazil/Mexico (Caribbean / Central America) - Chile (South America) | €CALLpp (2 Sharing)

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