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Bermuda Overview

Bermuda Cruises

One of the most unique cruise destinations in the world is the hook-shaped string of islands known as Bermuda, which rests just 700 miles off of the East Coast of the United States. 

Consisting of approximately 180 small islands connected by a network of bridges, Bermuda is known for its subtropical climate, kind and welcoming residents, crystal clear waters, and diverse sea life. Interesting pink sand beaches have also led to this destination’s allurement, and cruise guests are given a front row seat to view all of the beauty and enchantment of the Bermuda Islands. 

On the various islands, travelers will enjoy leisurely sunbathing in picturesque settings, feasting on fresh and mouthwatering seafood, and exploring the remains of early colonial settlements. For vacationers seeking an active experience, Bermuda is home to one of the largest barrier reefs in the world that provides the perfect opportunity for unforgettable scuba excursions spotting endangered sea turtles, old shipwrecks, and a rainbow of colorful corals. 

By cruise ship, travelers are given a sampling of the most desired locations in Bermuda, including the inviting beaches of Horseshoe Bay, the working antique lighthouses which served to protect past mariners from the shallow reefs, and the historical Ft. St. Catherine on St. George’s Island. 

Guests to Bermuda will enjoy zipping around the islands on rentable scooters, relaxing at a game of golf, watching a local cricket match, exploring the underground saltwater pools of the Crystal Caves, and possibly even catching a glimpse of one of the many humpback whales that visit the islands. 

Bermuda is a wonderful setting to enjoy a cruise vacation, and with its convenient location in the Atlantic Ocean and its culturally diverse heritage, it has become a favorite among travelers from around the world.

Cruises to Bermuda