Details of how to make payments to the Tristan da Cunha 37° South Gift Shop.

Order and Payment Details for Handicrafts and Souvenirs

Handicrafts and Souvenirs can be Viewed and Orders Made via Our Website:
http://www.tristandc.com/giftshop.php

Please address correspondence to:
Head of Tourism,
37° South Gift Shop,
Tristan da Cunha, TDCU 1ZZ
South Atlantic Ocean, (Via Cape Town, South Africa).
The Tourism Office can also be contacted by:
E-mail - tourism@tdc-gov.com
Phone - +44 (0) 203 014 2037
Internet - http://www.tristandc.com/giftshop.php

Financial Arrangements

Handicrafts and Souvenirs may be paid using the details below.

Please mark your payment: “THO33870050” also include your name to identify the payment.

Bank Transfer Via an Internet Account

Incoming GBP Transfers by BACS, CHAPS & faster pymts:

Bank Name: CROWN AGENTS BANK, SUTTON.
Bank Swift: CRASGB2L
Sort Code: 60-83-68
Account Name: TRISTAN DA CUNHA
Account Number: 33870050
IBAN: GB67CRAS60836833870050

International Transfers:

Bank Name: CROWN AGENTS BANK, SUTTON.
Bank SWIFT: CRASGB2L
Correspondent Bank: NATWEST BANK PLC, LONDON.
Correspondent SWIFT: NWBKGB2L
Account Name: TRISTAN DA CUNHA
Address: Please quote your address here
IBAN: GB67CRAS60836833870050

To Make a Bank Transfer to the Crown Agents Bank in Euros:

Bank Name: CROWN AGENTS BANK, SUTTON.
Bank SWIFT: CRASGB2L
Account name: TRISTAN DA CUNHA
Address: Please quote your address here
IBAN: GB67CRAS60836833870050 (needed for all Euro transfers)
Through EUR correspondent Bank: Deutsche Bank, Frankfurt.
Swift Code: DEUTDEFF
Send a Sterling Cheque by post to

Crown Agents Bank,
St Nicholas House, St Nicholas Road, Sutton, Surrey SM1 1EL, United Kingdom

Payee: Crown Agents Bank A/C 33870050

Pay via PayPal to: Administrative Charge: 5.5% + 20p

tristandirect@tdc-gov.com

Or we can send you an e-invoice so you can pay via credit & debit card.

Miscellaneous Information

Discounts:
If 10 or more of the same souvenir is purchased a 10% discount will be given.
Mail:
The mail service depends upon the movement of fishing vessels to and from Cape Town, South Africa. We have approximately 8 to 9 sailings a year.  All mail from Tristan goes by sea to Cape Town, then by Air or Surface Mail to other parts of the world.