I had done a lot of research for our 3rd trip to Bermuda. We wanted to see and experience places we hadn't on previous cruises. This time around we rented a house for 9 days. We set out to the Royal Naval Dockyard via Ferry from Hamilton. The Ferry is amazing by the way. Best form of travel! after enjoying the dockyard we set out to Snorkel Park which we were very excited for from the website and information we received there. We arrived at 4:00 and it was quite busy. There were 2 ships in the dockyard so many visitors. The water wasn't so clear due to all the activity so the snorkeling wasn't the best and then at 4:45 the beach emptied as the ships were leaving. We were happy to grab a few lounge chairs but were told that they were closing. Seems they only stay open for the cruise ships? Not sure but we had paid entry and then were pretty much kicked out after an hour. We weren't impressed. Still a nice venue though and the Dockyard although built up a little more over the years has remained very quaint. There is also a free mini putt beside snorkel park but it was just too hot to use at the time. Looked fun though.
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