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January 2005 - St. Helena


One of Britain's last remaining colonial possessions, the island of St Helena lies halfway between Africa and South America, with her two dependencies of Ascension and Tristan da Cunha

St Helena has only one harbour called The Anchorage. The rest of the coast is towering rocky cliffs backed by green slopes climbing up to the summit of Mount Acteon at 2683 ft (818 m). The highest spot is Diana's Peak at 823 metres.

St Helena's popularity as a port of call for passenger liners has now been taken over by sailing yachts, a large number of which stop there every year. A warm welcome awaits the visiting sailor ashore in Jamestown, the island's only settlement.

(Source: Noonsite)

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