The magnificent three mast barquentine Royal Helena was built in 2009 with the intention to capture the essence of what both traditional tall ships and modern vessels could offer in a single unit. Authentic sailing experience, combined with the necessary comfort and safety facilities for passengers, crew and the ship herself. Rigged as a barquentine, Royal Helena features two decks, a sheer, a beam curvature, a transom and a clipper bow.
She is in excellent condition and fully operational as either as a charter yacht for large groups of paying passengers, or as a training or research vessel.
111 people could be trained on deck during short-term courses and 38 people could undergo training during long-term voyages. During the summer, she is participating in tall ships races and events. During the winter months, her regular crew maintains her to the highest of standards.