Cruising to Bermuda offers the ideal way to visit the “Jewel of the Atlantic.” We completely understand why people travel from around the globe to this idyllic island of pink-sand beaches, pastel-colored houses, aquamarine-hued water, a myriad of water sports and fascinating history. Once upon a time this destination was thought of as being just for honeymooners. Thank goodness travelers of all ages and interests have discovered the many charms of this lovely destination with its wonderful British ambiance. Continue reading
Surround yourself in a delightful British ambiance when you cruise to Bermuda — known as the “Jewel of the Atlantic,” with its iconic pink-sand beaches, clear aquamarine water and balmy weather. The island boasts the most golf courses per square mile than anywhere in the world, as well as museums, historic forts, fabulous shopping and watersports. Situated just about 600 miles east off the coast of North Carolina, it takes only a day and a half to cruise here from northeast ports, such as New York City, Baltimore, Boston and Cape Liberty Cruise Port in Bayonne, New Jersey. Transatlantic and repositioning sailings may also include Bermuda on their itineraries.
Bermuda cruises offer a fabulous vacation choice with fabulous pink-sand beaches, clear turquoise water, great restaurants and the most golf courses per square mile than anywhere in the world. Add to that superb diving and other water sports, museums and historic forts, diverse shopping and swimming with the dolphins and it makes a perfect cruise destination.