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4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: August 2017
Love Bermuda but wish they had docked in Hamilton. Dock was in the middle of nowhere so cab or booked excursion was mandatory. We were lucky to get a nice cab driver who gave us a little tour, took us into town and came back to take us ... Read More
Love Bermuda but wish they had docked in Hamilton. Dock was in the middle of nowhere so cab or booked excursion was mandatory. We were lucky to get a nice cab driver who gave us a little tour, took us into town and came back to take us to a favorite restaurant. We were familiar with Bermuda so enjoyed it but was a difficult port if you wanted to get off and walk around. Read Less
28 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: August 2017
I booked a golf buggy on arrival on Hamilton as it was cheaper than booking through the cruise line. Unfortunately it could only be booked for an hour which didn't give you much time to get around and see everything.
I booked a golf buggy on arrival on Hamilton as it was cheaper than booking through the cruise line. Unfortunately it could only be booked for an hour which didn't give you much time to get around and see everything. Read Less
9 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2017
A Bermuda cruise which docks in Hamilton is very different and better then one which ports at the dockyard . Besides being in a beautiful setting , you don't have to fight thousand of other Island guests for transportation , space and ... Read More
A Bermuda cruise which docks in Hamilton is very different and better then one which ports at the dockyard . Besides being in a beautiful setting , you don't have to fight thousand of other Island guests for transportation , space and calm . As we had "free" room and board on the Veendam , we did not dine onshore aside from a couple of lunches . We'd certainly like to return to this beautiful Island to discover all the attractions we didn't have time for . Hamilton Although we did not eat in Hamilton , we did enjoy its beauty . walking Front Street to the Hamilton Princess with its impressive art collection . We visited Queen Elizabeth park and Fort Hamilton . The fort is just outside the city and offers a neat path in the moat beneath the fort . The Bermuda National Library is a great place to get free wi-fi . (Grand name for a small library . Read Less
11 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: July 2017
We took a trolley around Hamilton to become familiar with the town and its surroundings
We took a trolley around Hamilton to become familiar with the town and its surroundings Read Less
1 Helpful Vote
Sail Date: July 2017
Being able to pull into the downtown Hamilton, as opposed to the outer docking facility is the way to do it. Thankful that we were on a smaller ship, which could get into the town dock.
Being able to pull into the downtown Hamilton, as opposed to the outer docking facility is the way to do it. Thankful that we were on a smaller ship, which could get into the town dock. Read Less
10 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: June 2017
Fantastic island with a ton to do and great beaches. We did our own thing for the few days we were there and didn't participate in any ship organized excursions. Taxis are convenient and expensive. Public transportation is cheap, slow ... Read More
Fantastic island with a ton to do and great beaches. We did our own thing for the few days we were there and didn't participate in any ship organized excursions. Taxis are convenient and expensive. Public transportation is cheap, slow and crowded. We did a combination of both. Read Less
9 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: June 2017
I was there during the America's Cup races and spent my time observing the Cup Trials
I was there during the America's Cup races and spent my time observing the Cup Trials Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: May 2017
The excellent public transport system in Hamilton made excursions redundant. This neat and compact city is easy to navigate, on foot, or by bus. TIP: Hamilton is very British (even has a branch of Marks & Spencer!) but prices are high. ... Read More
The excellent public transport system in Hamilton made excursions redundant. This neat and compact city is easy to navigate, on foot, or by bus. TIP: Hamilton is very British (even has a branch of Marks & Spencer!) but prices are high. Bermuda dollars and US dollars are both accepted (1:1), but you should ask for change in US. After decades of neglect, the islanders have resurrected the Royal Naval Dockyard and it is well-worth a visit. Read Less
7 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: April 2017
Wonderful preservation of history, lovely walking tours, weather not too hot or too cold; super-friendly people.
Wonderful preservation of history, lovely walking tours, weather not too hot or too cold; super-friendly people. Read Less
13 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: February 2017
Snorkelling off Catseye Beach was a waste of time but the resort area pools are worth a visit. To see the island, rent a golf cart and do your own touring; a safe way to get around.
Snorkelling off Catseye Beach was a waste of time but the resort area pools are worth a visit. To see the island, rent a golf cart and do your own touring; a safe way to get around. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: December 2016
Being able to dock right on Front Street in Hamilton gives easy access to everything. We walked into town, shopped and ate locally.
Being able to dock right on Front Street in Hamilton gives easy access to everything. We walked into town, shopped and ate locally. Read Less
4 Helpful Votes
Sail Date: October 2016
On the other 2 days we .... 1- Used the ferry and bus hopper service for $19 for the day. We went to St Georges on the ferry to visit Katherine Beach and Tobacco bay (Both are amazing places), then buses back to Hamilton (Stopping at a ... Read More
On the other 2 days we .... 1- Used the ferry and bus hopper service for $19 for the day. We went to St Georges on the ferry to visit Katherine Beach and Tobacco bay (Both are amazing places), then buses back to Hamilton (Stopping at a few other beaches) then a ferry back to the ship in the evening 2- Hired hoped and toured the south coast beaches (Horseshoe, Pink beach, Elbow) and definitely worth it. They are fairly pricey when hiring 1 per person for only 1 day (Cheaper for 2 or 3 days) but with the flexibility and ease of use they are great. If you are sensible as well then they seemed safe enough. Island was quiet and roads in good shape ! Booked through Oleander cycles who are a 2 minute walk from cruise terminal. Recommended Read Less

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