For over 27 years it has been a memorable adventure for most tourist class passengers who have stepped on board the RMS St Helena and made a journey of a lifetime to our Island.
The RMS has been memorable for most who have travelled on her over the years, and over the next few months it will be no different if you are lucky enough to travel on this unique ship for the very last time.
Cruise international has once again recognised the RMS and St Helena for the second time running in two separate categories for both the ship and the unique St Helena destination that has been shortlisted with in the cruise and best adventure category for the cruise international awards 2017.
Cruise international is a UK independent cruise holiday planner and travel guide which offers information, advertising for the travel industry and the holiday enthusiast.
The magazine and website has a large subscription and attracts readers from around the world.
This might be the last time for the RMS to be featured and recognise on the large stage as she is due to go out of service in the coming months.
Everyone involved should be proud of this recognition and is encouraged to vote for what could be the last time the RMS is mentioned as an ultimate cruise experience to St Helena.
Voting closes on the 18th August 2017 and the voting link can be found here.
The process to vote is fairly easy
Remember to scroll down to the best adventure category and select RMS St Helena as an option.
Remember to scroll to the best destination under the cruise experience category and select St Helena from the drop down.
Incidentally in the next two weeks a 58-minute documentary “The last farewell” featuring the RMS St Helena will be released for sale. This documentary directed by Tony Leo and produced by TL Productions features life on board the RMS and it also features the last north bound Uk voyage to London. The film details are available here http://www.sthelenalocal.com/rms-st-helena-film-release-the-last-farewell-voyage/