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Sea Glass Beach

Corner of Cochran and Malibar Road, Hamilton, Bermuda
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Lots of sea glass here

Old broken bottles from a long time ago. Beach is covered with all the worn sea glass, no sharps... read more

Reviewed 25 July 2017
Byrdie122
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Crawfordville, Florida
Some glass, some trash, oddly serene

We walked from the Dockyard after leaving the Norwegian Dawn ship; it took about 25 minutes and... read more

Reviewed 23 July 2017
Chris B
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Corner of Cochran and Malibar Road, Hamilton, Bermuda
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Reviewed 25 July 2017

Old broken bottles from a long time ago. Beach is covered with all the worn sea glass, no sharps all rounded edges on pieces. unusual, located near the Convicts Cemetery.

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Reviewed 23 July 2017

We walked from the Dockyard after leaving the Norwegian Dawn ship; it took about 25 minutes and there aren't sidewalks the whole way. The steps down to the beach are rickety and the whole place is poorly maintained... there's trash along the back of the...More

Thank Chris B
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Reviewed 16 July 2017 via mobile

The beach is not that easy to get to. You certainly would not want to swim there, and there isn't much reason to stay more than a short while. Not sure about the stories that the glass just "happens" to wash up there... The taxi...More

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Reviewed 10 July 2017

Our manager of the B and B we were staying at took us to this amazing location. Pounds and pounds of beautiful sea glass washes up on this small beach. It is a unique site!

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Reviewed 29 June 2017 via mobile

Our Bermudiful Glassy Bay Beach used to be a sight to behold. You couldn't even see the sand because of the mountains of sea glass. As a child, I would dig through the glass hoping to hit the sand beneath. We'd never take more than...More

5  Thank BMH2477
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Reviewed 10 June 2017

I am judging this by what I see now, not by it's potential or history. First I must say that I was looking forward to seeing Sea Glass Beach before we left for Bermuda. It sounded pretty cool to see a beach full of colored...More

1  Thank Syd D
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Reviewed 16 May 2017

We did the shops in the dockyard and then took the mile or so walk to Sea Glass Beach on our last day (ship left at 3:00). It was definitely worth the walk. Beautiful sight.

1  Thank janb40
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Reviewed 13 May 2017 via mobile

What a treasure for sea glass lovers! We took the bus from the dockyard. It was only a couple stops away. Just ask the driver, they will know exactly what you are looking for. It is a small beach behind some boarded up buildings. We...More

1  Thank NJD613
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Reviewed 8 May 2017

I have never seen anything like it before was a bit skeptical about the outing but was well please when I saw the glass beach it, was everywhere. We met one of the locals there and they told us we could take of our shoes...More

3  Thank mfavour
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Reviewed 27 April 2017 via mobile

Loved this. It was amazing to see! All the glass and the tinkling of the waves with glass in them. Almost like wind chimes. You won't spend a lot of time here but well worth the effort. Bus stop is right at the turquoise church....More

2  Thank Bigred_10
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Jody D
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Response from William P | Reviewed this property |
Bermuda Sea Glass by Kelly, Somers Wharf complex, 16 Water Street, in St. George.
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28 April 2017|
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We went to the first sea glass beach near the port and it was the first bus stop. You just had to walk across the street to get to it. Only problem is it extremely hard to get another bus to stop and pick you back up during... More
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Lily J
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Response from terri355 | Reviewed this property |
Pass Whatford Bridge heading toward Dockyard. You will pass Boaz Island Gas station, keep traveling across Grey Bridge. Keep heading toward Dockyard, pass Black Bay, a small beach near the roadside. Keep left and travel on... More
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