Breathtaking Cruises

Bermuda Cruises

Bermuda is undeniably one of the world’s favorite tourist destinations. During peak season, it attracts thousands of people from around the world who are seeking a good break from the hustle and bustle of a fast-paced life. Half of these thrill-seekers come back. Well, the luscious sceneries and the great experiences say why.

Bermuda is beautiful!

Bermuda cruises are unforgettable. Imagine several islands with pinkish sand beaches and turquoise waters lined with palm trees… sunset with the last rays of the afternoon sun giving a bronze tint to your skin… warm breeze as you sip on cool champagne or coconut juice… holding hands with your partner, laughing with your kids, snorkeling on their reefs and just splashing water around… if this in not enticing enough for you, you are in for a great loss!

Bermuda is pristine nature well preserved and protected from tourist abuse. The locals made it so. That’s a good reason to take Bermuda cruises because there’s nothing comparable to natural beauty and splendor. Not only are Bermudians conservative in their habitat, they still carry that refined British decorum up to the present. Trotting around town with beach wear will give you uncomfortable stares!

There are a lot more attractions in Bermuda aside from its panoramic beaches. Historical St. George will take you to an authentic English town. You will also appreciate botanical gardens and crystal caves.

Sailing to Bermuda

Bermuda cruises are more popular during the months of April to October. Tours take about 5 days to a week. Cruise ships mostly depart from the Northeast Atlantic ports of the US, where ports are also sights to enjoy. The ports of Boston, Baltimore, Bayonne, Philadelphia, Charleston and New York will be your embarkation sites. From around the globe, there are about 50 cruise lines that reach Bermuda annually.

There are three ports for Bermuda cruises amidst only 21-square miles of land. Pretty amazing, yes, but for 50 cruise lines wanting to reach the islands, this is a necessity. King’s wharf has transport ferries that will take you to town quicker, and ferry rides are more comfortable than bus rides. If you dock in Hamilton, then the city is just a walking distance away! St. George, with its British influenced culture, is also just a walk away from the town shops.

Facts to know before sailing to Bermuda

  • There are no tax-free facilities for cruise-ship passengers. Bermuda is high-end compared to the Caribbean, but it will all be worth it!
  • Purchase a travel and health insurance. Being sick in a foreign place with soaring tourist population during peak season may cost you a lot. Better be safe than sorry!
  • Bermuda cruises from October to February may make you ditch the beaches because of cold water
  • No duty-free liquor in Bermuda and definitely alcoholic drinks are more expensive compared to prices in the Caribbean. Buying them duty-free will make you pack them in cartons to be only delivered to your cruise ship, whose management will most likely reject your check-in ‘luggage’
  • No free Wifi areas in their ports for their passengers. You have to pay to get the service!