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Bermuda Cruises and Cruise Lines - Choosing A Bermuda Cruise

Cruise Norwegian Cruise Line to Bermuda from New York Of all the world’s cruise destinations, Bermuda remains one of the most unique, not only for its rich history and Caribbean-like ocean vistas, but also for its itinerary, which encompasses a healthy mix of sea days topped off with an extended, multi-night stay on the island.

A self-governing British colony situated in the western North Atlantic Ocean, Bermuda is a popular cruise destination from several East Coast ports of departure. The 24-mile-long archipelago of eight main islands is only 650 miles east of Cape Hatteras, North Carolina.

The islands’ characteristic pastel-colored buildings and pink-hued beaches are among the treasures found by those on a Bermuda cruise vacation. True to British tradition, driving is on the left. A golfer’s paradise, Bermuda has more acreage per square mile dedicated to golf than any other country.

With eight islands connected by causeways and bridges (including the world’s smallest draw bridge), Bermuda beckons to passengers, who can opt for a variety of shore excursions. Bermuda shore excursions inlcude glass bottom boats, catamaran sailing cruises, the limestone crystal caves, golf trips and more.

There is also the convenient Bermuda Ferry Service between Hamilton, St. George's and the Royal Naval Dockyard. Note that what cruise lines call "King's Wharf", locals will refer to as the Royal Naval Dockyard.
UNESCO World Heritage Site
The town of St. George's is an official UNESCO World Heritage Site, with the official justification for inscription being: "The Historic Town of St George's with its related fortifications is an outstanding example of a continuously occupied, fortified, colonial town dating from the early 17th century and the oldest English town in the New World."

When To Cruise?
Bermuda is a spring, summer and fall cruise destination. There are no Bermuda cruises in the winter months.

Ports of Departure
During the summer months Bermuda cruises depart from New York, Boston, Baltimore and Bayonne (a.k.a Cape Liberty). The New York cruises leave fromn the cruise terminals along the Hudson River, which makes a hotel stay in New York City before or after the cruise very convenient.

How Many Days?
Bermuda cruises are 7 days, except for Royal Caribbean's 5 day cruises. Those Bermuda Cruises feature only ports in Bermuda, where the ships stay for 2 to 4 days, with the remainder being sea days. Royal Caribbean and Princess Cruises also have longer 9 day Caribbean cruises that include one day in Bermuda.


Bermuda Freestyle Cruising on Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL)
Norwegian Cruise Line's Bermuda ships are all about Freestyle Cruising. Freestyle Cruising means individual flexibility and freedom. On a Freestyle cruise you choose what to do on your vacation.

Freestyle Dining: choose between up to 20 different dining venues per ship. No need to rush, no need to watch the clock. In addition to two Freestyle main dining rooms, Norwegian Cruise Line's ships offer an array of a la carte gourmet and ethnic restaurants and casual eateries. From elegant French bistros and Italian trattorias to sushi and tapas bars, and more, there's a different dining option for every night of your cruise. Dine at a cozy table for two or reserve a table for up to ten friends and family members. When, where, and with whom you dine is your decision.

Freestyle Attire: On your Freestyle cruise the attire is "resort casual"; think collared shirts and pants or designer jeans in the evening for the men, and the equivalent for the ladies. No need to pack gowns, suits, or ties. Should you prefer to dress up a little more, feel free to do so. With Freestyle Cruising the choice is yours.