Docking in Hamilton, Bermuda
Location! Location! Location! How convenient in this?
The cruise ships calling at Hamilton, Bermuda’s capital city, have 2 berths, the #1 Passenger Terminal and #5 & 6 Passenger Terminal. Both accommodate ships up to 750 feet, small vessels compared to most of the ships being built today.
The ships dock beside Front Street, located only
a brief walk from the numerous restaurants, clubs and pubs, the island’s main shopping district and almost all the city attractions.
Hamilton is perfect for discovering on foot, though you might also want to take one of the carriages through the streets for the fun of it.
See City of Hamilton Restaurants
See Bermuda Shopping
See Hamilton Nightlife and Entertainment*
*(Remember, cruise ships do provide entertainment while docked in Bermuda.)
When it’s time to go exploring outside of Hamilton, , the ferry terminal for traveling to is only several hundred feet away from where the ships berth.
From Hamilton, they serve Paget, Warwick, Somerset and Royal Naval Dockyard, how often depending on the day of the week (see timetable). Ferries travel to St. George Town on Wednesdays and Thursdays, making the run from mid-April 18 to early November 2 only if it’s not too windy.
Buses depart frequently from Hamilton. They take about an hour to reach the Town of St. George (only 15 miles away) and the Royal Naval Dockyard.
For visiting the South Coast beaches, you have the choice of bus, taxi or moped/scooter since ferries don't visit any of those locations.
The #7 bus can take you to the public section of Elbow Beach in Paget Parish; Warwick Long Bay in Warwick Parish; and Horseshoe Bay and Church Bay, both in Southampton Parish. The #1 bus visits John Smith's Bay in Smith's Parish, about 30 minutes from Hamilton.
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