Just 600 nautical miles off the coast of North Carolina (if you don't know what a nautical mile is our captain will be happy to explain it to you), this enchanting island is celebrated for its pastel painted houses, brilliantly colorful gardens, cricket matches and charming shorts. In addition to pink-sand beaches and excellent shopping, Bermuda's proximity to the U.S. makes it an ideal destination for a getaway cruise vacation.
Tee off on a world-class golf course
Soak up the sun on pink-sand beaches
Shop for bargains and sample local cuisine at King’s Wharf
Bike the Bermuda Railway Trail in Hamilton
Enjoy views of rocky coastlines and uninhabited islands
Troll for blue marlin on a deep-sea fishing adventure
Places Of Interest
This charming port is quintessential Bermuda, with its pastel buildings and businessmen bustling around in jackets and ties and, yes, their trademark shorts. From here, you can set sail to see the more than 350 islands that make up Bermuda. Bermuda shorts optional though highly recommended, especially if you have nice legs.
This cultural center built at the remarkable Royal Naval Dockyard boasts shopping, restaurants, art galleries, craft markets and eight wonderful museums. For water-lovers, it also offers a snorkel park and an extensive watersports facility, making it an excellent destination for the whole family.
St. George's Island
In the oldest inhabited town of English origin in the New World, you'll find yourself surrounded by history. Visit St. Peter's Church, believed to be the oldest Anglican church in the western hemisphere. It was originally built in 1612, and served as a meeting place for the first Bermuda Parliament in 1620. However, they probably weren't wearing shorts back then.