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About Bermuda

The oasis of Bermuda boasts a year-round balmy climate and plenty of distinctive local colour, from a landscape of tidy pastel houses, to businessmen dressed in Bermuda shorts. This infamous 'land of shipwrecks' is also abounding with tragic and heroic tales.

Bermuda was first settled in 1609 by shipwrecked English colonists, headed for the colony of Virginia. Since then, more than 400 other vessels have suffered a similar fate. Needless to say, you'll find some of the best wreck diving and snorkelling in the world here. You'll also find excellent golfing, sailing and sports fishing.

Horseshoe Bay's wide crescent of soft pink sand is arguably Bermuda's most beautiful beach. Gibbs Hill Lighthouse gives panoramic views of the entire island, while its beacon can be seen up to 60km away. And the Royal Navy Dockyard, with its Georgian style Keep, is intriguing to explore.


Shore excursions in Bermuda

Please note: The shore excursions listed are typical for this port. The full programme of shore excursions available for your cruise will be displayed on Cruise Personaliser at least 12 weeks prior to departure.

Bermuda Island Drive

Activity low

Duration: 5 hours

Learn about Bermuda’s fascinating history as you take a leisurely drive around this beautiful island.

Your scenic journey will take you through the Royal Naval Dockyard into Somerset Village, which contains the world’s smallest drawbridge, before having a brief photo stop at Gibbs Hill Lighthouse, towering nearly 120 feet above sea level. Continuing along the coast you’ll have an impressive view of the South Shore beaches with pink sand and azure blue waters.

Arriving in St George’s, a World Heritage Site, the town's history is visible with its narrow winding alleys, cobblestone streets, picturesque cottages and museums. A short stop will enable you to capture this quaint town on camera. Proceeding along the North Shore Road, through Flatt’s Village, you’ll arrive in the bustling city of Hamilton the capital of Bermuda. There will be some free time to browse the famed Front Street, before returning to the pier.

Essential information

This excursion will operate by minibus. As the transportation is by minibus and regrettably there is no storage for wheelchairs or pushchairs. There will be around 30 minutes of free time in Hamilton. Walking is at passengers’ own discretion.

South Shore Scenery and Hamilton

Activity lowShopping

Duration: 3½ hours

Enjoy a scenic drive along South Shore, before enjoying some time to explore Hamilton and its famed Front Street.

Explore the picturesque South Shore coastal park, which stretches for 1½ miles from Warwick Long Bay to Horseshoe Bay, from the comfort of an air-conditioned taxi. As you leave the Royal Naval Dockyard, your driver will provide an interesting commentary about the beautiful island of Bermuda.

A stop will be made at Heydon Trust Chapel, a tiny cottage that dates back to 1616, before continuing across Somerset Bridge, the smallest drawbridge in the world, to a vantage point to admire Bermuda’s beautiful pink sand beaches.

Your scenic drive will continue past many little bays and colourful limestone houses before making a stop for photos at the Gibbs Hill Lighthouse, which is alleged to be one of the oldest cast iron lighthouses in the world. Completed in 1846, it stands 117 feet from base to lantern and the beam can be seen 40 miles out to sea.

On arrival in the bustling harbour town of Hamilton, you’ll have free time to visit Front Street’s boutiques before the return drive to the port.

Essential information

This excursion will operate by taxi. Each taxi can carry 6 passengers. The free time in Hamilton is around 1 hour. The level of walking is at passengers’ discretion.


A selection of cruises to Bermuda

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