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Historic with options to swim , swim with the Dolphins, museum, glass blowing, food , drink, shopping, tram/train to take you around water taxi, party boat fishing , jet ski. The only down side is you are not in the main towns or even near...More
If you aren't taking one of the many tours, there are several things to do very close to the Royal Naval Dockyard. There is a beach very nearby and you can rent snorkle gear or a stand-up paddle board. The mini-golf course is one of...More
Recently made a second visit here after six years, and its charms have not faded at all. This one-time major British naval fortress on a long, slender isle in the middle of the Atlantic pops up on the horizon as if by magic. Its repurposing...More
The cruise ship docked at Royal Naval Dock yard and so off we went exploring. Both of our trip advisor tours left from here. All public transportation has a starting point here. Walking a bit further there is some shopping for everything from touristy knick...More
Our Norwegian Cruise Line ship, Escape, was docked in this interesting area. Several shops, a museum, craft area, Dolphin Quest, restaurants and the ferry system are close by. Easy to walk all over or take the free trolley around. Watch lots of boats, jet ski...More
Royal Naval Dockyard is usually known to cruise travelers as a docking port. However this place is an attraction by itself. One can easily spend one full day at this place. Almost all the water activities one would expect from Bermuda can be found in...More