• Bermuda

  • Bermuda

  • Bermuda

Bermuda

That marvellous natural phenomenon, the Gulf Stream, wraps its warm arms around its favourite little paradise, Bermuda, giving it one of the most perfect year-round climates on earth.

Rarely too hot, (though it does reach the high 80sF occasionally in summer) never too cold and with rain that falls quickly and then disappears in minutes on the few occasions it occurs, Bermuda has long been a cruise destination everyone can enjoy in extreme comfort.

Its trademark pristine, pink-ish sands and azure waters surround the 21 miles of coastline offering lazy, languid relaxation or exciting, exhilarating water-borne activities depending on your mood.

Bermuda’s mix of British colonial and African influences have infused the islands with a rich blend of architectural, social and cultural influences – all set amidst the wonderfully varied landscapes of lush vegetation and spectacular beaches making for an enchanting combination.

And with most cruises to Bermuda offering an overnight stay; it gives you the perfect opportunity to sample all this charming place has to offer throughout the day and late into the night.

By day you can watch a leisurely cricket match or enjoy a round on one of the numerous quality golf courses (there are more per square metre in Bermuda than anywhere on the planet!).

Birds

You may want to dig out your binoculars and check off as many as you can of the 200-plus bird species that visit or live on Bermuda’s islands.

Or swim with the dolphins that make the waters of the archipelago their seasonal home. Alternatively don your snorkel and mask or step on board a glass-bottom boat to view the undersea kaleidoscope of fish and marine creatures which, like their human counterparts, just can’t resist Bermuda’s temperate environment.

Let the friendly and warm (well what do you expect?) locals serve you at some of the capital, Hamilton’s best duty-free shops you’re likely to find or take a local bus to one of the charming inland towns and villages to browse local craft shops and markets.

Dining out is an absolute delight, and you know that whether it’s a formal seven-courses at one of Hamilton’s world-renowned restaurants or a quick shellfish stew at a roadside cafe near the King’s Wharf Royal Naval Dockyard, your meal will be fresh, flavoursome and, well, just fantastic.

As the night draws in, you might even want to book an evening dinner cruise, take in a live local music session at one of the colourful bars or just enjoy a romantic promenade walk under the stars with the warm breeze caressing your skin.

This is paradise, folks - and you can sample it by taking one of the many different cruises from leading lines like Royal Caribbean, NCL, Celebrity, Carnival, Holland America and Princess.


Check out a small selection of our Bermuda cruises below, or you can use our search engine or why not call our team of cruise experts to find the perfect match.

Bermuda cruise

7 nights from £699pp

Itinerary: Southampton (UK), Stavanger, Eidfjord, Southampton (UK)


P&O Adonia

Bermuda cruise

6 nights from £1,394pp

Itinerary: Baltimore, Bermuda, Baltimore


Grandeur of the Seas

Bermuda cruise

7 nights from £1,514pp

Itinerary: Cape Liberty, New York, Bermuda, Cape Liberty, New York


Celebrity Summit

Bermuda cruise

7 nights from £1,514pp

Itinerary: Cape Liberty, New York, Bermuda, Cape Liberty, New York


Celebrity Summit