Spending Time in Bermuda
The famous pink sand beaches of Bermuda look magical against the deep blue water that surrounds this lovely group of islands in the North Atlantic. The opportunity to play on a pink beach is a very good reason to cruise to Bermuda, but there are many more.
Cruises to Bermuda, which is about 665 miles east and slightly south of North Carolina’s Outer Banks, depart from East Coast ports like Boston, New York City, Cape Liberty, Baltimore and Miami. Bermuda is the sole destination on some itineraries, with relaxing days at sea on either side of a two- or three-night stay. Other itineraries combine Bermuda with New England and Maritime Canada, the Bahamas, or a transatlantic crossing.
Depending on your cruise line and ship, you could dock at King’s Wharf, the capital city of Hamilton, or historic St. George’s, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Keep in mind that Bermuda’s eight main islands together are just 22 miles long and about two miles across, so you can see everything no matter where you dock.