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Get the one day bus and ferry pass and do it yourself. We had a great time visiting most of the island. You can take as long as you want at each place you stop and see far more than the more expensive tours. Do...More
Took the ferry from Hamilton (smooth, pretty ride, about 20mins). The area is pretty & historic but if cruise ships aren't in, it's dead. (Of course we did visit during shoulder season). Some of the shops are ok, but sadly most are tourist traps. There...More
Great spot to spend a day, the glass blowing is so interesting meet a young man, from England and his Dad had taught him his trade. The Pottery Shop, is fabulous, so many different pieces, with the use of so many different elements !
This place exists to serve cruise-ships and that should say it all. This was the closest “town” to our resort which provided a shuttle here so we went on our first day. Not even the cheap souvenir shops were good. Bonefish was mediocre and there...More
Renovated old Navy docks and installation at the north end of the island. $4 to get there in cash by ferry from Hamilton or - strangely enough - $5 on the bus (which takes longer). Fun for a nose around for an hour or so...More
Good restaurants and shops. All in walking distance of the dock you exit the cruise ship from. Nice selection of souvenirs and jewelry. You can also sit and enjoy the docks where the smaller boats are docked. I did not do the swimming with the...More
If you get to Bermuda Royal Naval Dockyard is a must see on your trip. The history of this island never stops to amaze me and Royal Naval Dockyard is rich with history. The fort is filled with artifacts in most of the buildings. Kids...More
Cruise Boston to Bermuda on Norwegian Dawn (4 Replies)
Hello, My husband and I are considering cruising to Bermuda early July on Norwegian Dawn. We did this cruise from NYC about 10 years ago and loved it. Though it was 3 ports of call. Now it seems to be one, Royal Naval Dockyard. Is that true? Any comments on this cruise? How do you get to the beaches? Thank You.
June 01, 2018|
Hello maya. This is not really a forum for information about cruises. Once you arrive at port, SOME of the posters here Can provide helpful information about the island You might want to inquire on the NCL forum of Cruise Critic.. https:/… Or the Bermuda port forum on Cruise Critic... https:/…
Brooklyn, New York
Transportation to Horseshoe Bay beach (6 Replies)
Has anyone taken a taxi from Royal Naval Dockyard to Horseshoe Bay beach? How much does it cost? For the return, are taxis available by the beach all day or do we have to call to request one? Also, does anyone have any information about the private shuttles service?
April 23, 2017|
Taxis are usually available at Horseshoe Bay Beach during most of the day but...it can't hurt to carry the telephone number of one of the radio dispatched taxi firms...just in case. The metered taxi fare for 1-4 passengers between Dockyard and Horseshoe Bay Beach should run $42 or so. There are regular minivan & mini-bus shuttles that run $6 or $7 per person, one-way. The #7 public bus route also stops up on the main South Road, at Horseshoe Bay Beach
Ferry 1, 2 & 3 Day Passes from Tourist Office (2 Replies)
Can I pay for the single or multi day ferry passes with a "credit card" at the Tourist Offices located at the Royal Naval Dockyard?
May 29, 2016|
Response fromGloria M|
We purchased passes today in Hamilton outside the ferry station and it was cash only. They do not accept credit cards unfortunately.