Bermuda finds a perennial spot in the top five cruise destinations in the annual Cruise Holidays Cruise Trends survey, surpassed only by the Caribbean, Europe and Alaska.
Where is Bermuda?
- About 600 miles off the mid-Atlantic Coast of the United States.
- It’s an archipelago of about 120 islands, with the eight largest connected by bridges and causeways.
- Combined, the eight are just 22 miles long and barely 2 miles across at the widest.
- Beach Lovers
- East Coast/Northeast Based Travelers (popular cruise destination from here)
Ports of Call:
- Bermuda’s capital
- Step off the ship right onto Front Street
- Easy to tour the picturesque town on foot, or rent a horse and carriage
St. George’s Town
- A World Heritage Site
- Well-preserved buildings around King’s Square make it seem that you’ve stepped back into the 1600s.
- Long history as a strategic naval base
- View treasures brought up from numerous shipwrecks at the Bermuda Maritime Museum
Bermuda’s beaches are well worth visiting. Some have long stretches of Bermuda’s famous pink sand; others lie on the edge of tiny, secluded coves. Any Bermuda beach is delightful, but those recommended for snorkeling include Church Bay Beach on the south shore and Tobacco Bay Beach near St. George’s Town.
At Elbow Beach or Horseshoe Bay on the south shore, you can rent equipment for water sports.
Ships depart from several East Coast ports, including Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Norfolk, Charleston and Fort Lauderdale.
Talk with Ron Hermanson to plan a cruise to warm, sunny, pastel-washed Bermuda.