So you’ve decided on Bermuda cruises for your next holiday? We give you the lowdown on the best time to visit, what to see, and some handy tips too.
The British colony of Bermuda makes a great destination for a cruise holiday as it offers idyllic sights such as blue skies and water, beaches with pink sand, and meandering roads that are dotted with beautiful cottages painted in baby blue, lemon yellow, and pistachio green shades—straight out of a picture postcard, isn’t it?
But this tiny country is not just about pretty beaches, it also has a number of historic sites, interesting museums, golf courses, and ample options for shopping and dining—no wonder then, it gets a significant number of visitors every year from all over the world, with a majority of them being repeat visitors.
Bermuda shorts, high tea, and cricket are always in fashion in this interesting British island territory. It measures a mere 22 miles in length and not more than two miles wide at its broadest—so you can travel the entire place from one end to the other in less than an hour. However, once you are in Bermuda, you would surely want to take your own time as you wander around, soaking in the sights and sounds of this captivating little country.
Whether you are planning Bermuda cruises as a romantic holiday with your beloved, a voyage with your family, or even a solo trip, we give you answers to all the questions that you might have, and some tips as well:
There are cruise ships that depart for Bermuda from various East Coast cities, which include New York City, Bayonne, New Jersey, South Carolina, Boston, and Virginia. The mainstream cruise lines that offer Bermuda cruises are Celebrity, Norwegian Cruise Line, and Royal Caribbean. If you are looking for a luxury cruise, Regent Seven Seas (formerly known as Radisson Seven Seas Cruises) have a few sailings on offer. Carnival, Holland America, Windstar, Princess, Oceania, and Silversea are some other cruise lines that have occasional ports of call in Bermuda.
The cruise season in Bermuda usually lasts from April to early October, wherein June through August is the high season. October is one of the rainiest months in Bermuda, while summers are more hot and humid than the months of spring and fall. You can save money by opting for the cruise in shoulder seasons such as April and October.
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