St Helen is one of four Saint Class vessels built for the Portsmouth - Fishbourne service. She was built in Scotland in 1983 for the British Rail Sealink service between Portsmouth & Fishbourne which later became Wightlink. St Helen entered service in November 1983 becoming the second Saint Class vessel after St Catherine.
Onboard passengers can relax in the comfortable lounges on 2 decks, the lower lounge including full Cafe/Bar facilities. There is also a lift beween the car decks and main lounge.
|Gross Registered Tonnage:||2983|
|Engines:||3x MAN H&W|
|Yard:||Henry Robb Caledon Yard, Leith, Scotland|
|Propellers:||3x Voith Schneider|
We have a modern and comfortable fleet of 9 ships operating on our 3 routes.
All our car ferries have comfortable lounges, sun decks and cafe-bars serving a range of drinks and snacks.
Our catamarans have comfortable lounges and even open decks from where you can watch the passing scenery, weather permitting.
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