Tristan da Cunha Inaccessible Island News
News about Inaccessible Island, which lies 40 kms (25 miles) SW of Tristan da Cunha.

Marine Science around Inaccessible Island

Tristan Fisheries Department work on 7th January 2019
8-Jan-2019
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Trip to Inaccessible and Nightingale Islands using new RIB

Tristan Conservation Department trip to support field work teams.
8-Nov-2018
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Fieldwork on Nightingale and Inaccessible Islands

Scientists monitor land and sea birds
1-Nov-2018
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Pioneering surfing off Inaccessible Island

Expedition team members surf Blenden Hall Beach in what could be a first-time surfing experience off the Tristan Islands.
12-Feb-2017
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Starting the year 2016

Dawn Repetto has sent a group of great photos to kick-start a several of our 2016 news pages.
1-Jan-2016
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Gough and Inaccessible Islands UNESCO World Heritage Site

Gough and Inaccessible Islands have been designated UNESCO World Heritage Site 740.
1-Jan-2015
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Brass Fish Figure found at Blenden Hall, Inaccessible Island

An unidentified brass fish figure was found on Blenden Hall beach by Tristan islander Jack Green on 24th March 2007.
15-Jul-2007
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