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We used this service to travel from Hamilton to Royal Naval Dockyard. Service was on time and a great way to see the island. Travel is included in the monthly bus pass, which we had from staying at the Grotto Bay Resort.
We picked up a one-way token. It was eight dollars. It took us from the cruise port to Hamilton in about 20 minutes. The ferry was clean, the process was easy, it was on schedule.
After we dropped off the twizy, we took it back.
The easiest way to get to and from Hamilton when you're at the Dockyard is Sea Express. You can buy a 2 day pass which is good for both the bus and ferry for US $31. It's a nice ride and takes around 35 minutes...More
The ferry service is far and away the best way of getting around the island. It is convenient and cost-effective, especially with a pass. And with a daily/ multi-day/ etc. pass it includes the bus system as well. It can get crowded at times so...More
Many people classify Bermuda as the Caribbean and of course it is not. Bermuda wage earners are among the top, if not the top, in the world. The ferry is a bargain and is a great way to see Bermuda's ports. When you arrive by...More
The Sea Express Ferry Service is a gem of transportation. Choose these ferries for fast, clean and fun transportation between Dockyards and Hamilton and/or St. George's.
We purchased day passes that covered all the transportation on the Island. However exact cash amounts and transportation tokens...More
Took the Blue Ferry Line Service Route from Royal Dockyard to Hamilton. It took approximately 20 minutes for the ride. It's much faster than taking bus or taxi. The scenary of Bermuda Harbor was beautiful. It cost our group of 2 adults and one child...More
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It’s further away than it looks, and the ferry doesn’t go there. At the port you will find van/busses (not city busses.. don’t take those), but more like shuttle vans designated to take you to those beaches. I know there is... More
It’s further away than it looks, and the ferry doesn’t go there. At the port you will find van/busses (not city busses.. don’t take those), but more like shuttle vans designated to take you to those beaches. I know there is almost always one for Horseshoe and Warwick is the next beach or two up from there... they would probably make a stop there as well. Just ask those drivers. There is also an information excursion hut right as you exit your ship. They tend to get busy, but they are the ones that sell tickets for these vans. Do not take the city bus if you want to go to those beaches... it’s quite a hike from the road and takes too long.