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An undeniably picturesque island that brings to mind visions of delicate pink beaches with palms swaying in the breeze, Bermuda has been voted “Best Island in the Caribbean/Atlantic” 18 times by Condé Nast Traveler readers.  Immersed in the turquoise waters of the Sargasso Sea just 600 nautical miles off the coast of North Carolina, this enchanting island is celebrated for its dazzling pink-sand beaches, world-class golfing, cricket matches and charming shorts.  With its stately mansions that drown in lush greenery, pastel-colored houses, and step-like white roofs, Bermuda feels like a genteel chunk of the rural England elevated into warmer climates.

For cruise travelers, there is so much to experience as you step off the ship. Explore historic towns, delight in Bermuda cuisine, soak up some sun on world-famous pink-sand beaches and so much more.  Savvy travelers flock to this tourist-friendly, sub-tropical island by ship as it is the most economical way to experience Bermuda.  And unlike other ports of call, many cruises dock for three days offering more time to discover everything Bermuda has to offer or simply just relax.



Destination Highlights:
■ Tee-off on a world-class golf course.
■ Soak up the sun on stunning pink-sand beaches
■ Sample local cuisine at King’s Warf and savor the taste of codfish and potatoes in the morning hours
■ Revel in the beauty of rocky coastlines and uninhabited islands
■ Discover hidden natural wonders
■ Mingle with the locals wearing popular Bermuda shorts

Cruise Tips:
■ Cruise season runs from April to November with peak season during the  summer months (June – August) when temperatures hover at 80 degrees.
■ Bermuda is not known to be a budget-friendly location, so you may want to return to your ship for meals if funds are limited.
■ The least expensive way to visit Bermuda and avoid the high costs of air travel and hotel nights is to cruise to Bermuda from cities in the northeast U.S.
■ Renting a moped makes it easy to explore this 21-square mile island on your own.
■ Bikini and shorts are a no-no anywhere aside from the beach.  When dining in port ensure that your attire matches the dress code.
■ Bermuda is known to have the most golf courses per capita than any other destination in the world, making this the perfect option for Golf groups.