Welcome to our easy-to-use guide to Bermuda cruises. I hope you find it useful and fun.
Kings Wharf is where most cruise ships dock in Bermuda. Located at the western tip of the island, it has a visitor information center, watersports center, shopping mall, museum, and a craft market where you can buy from local artists. Taxis and ferries are available to get you to Hamilton or St George's.
The small city of Hamilton is the commercial hub of Bermuda. It offers the shops and restaurants that tourists are looking for. Historic Fort Hamilton is interesting to visit. The best of the nightlife is in the city too. See the cruises to Hamilton Bermuda.
Wednesday nights from May to September are "Harbour Nights" in Hamilton. Front Street becomes one big festival of crafts, food, music, and Gombey troops. In late May you can take a Memorial Day cruise to Bermuda or a cruise to Bermuda for Bermuda Day.
The town of St George's is a charming, historic little place located at the eastern end of Bermuda. Founded in 1612, it is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Visit King's Square, the World Heritage Center, Ordnance Island, the Deliverance ship, Fort St Catherine, and St David's Lighthouse.
Bermuda offers sports fun too. The golf courses are famous. Water sports include snorkeling, scuba diving, parasailing, kayaking, windsurfing, and paddleboarding.
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