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Cruising Bermuda

Often mistaken for a tropical Caribbean island, the British isle of Bermuda is more temperate, thanks to its location 650 miles east of North Carolina, in the North Atlantic Ocean. Because of its remoteness, flying to and staying in Bermuda can be quite pricey, which makes cruising here so desirable.

Even on a big ship, it takes 1–2 days to reach its shores, so you’ll have plenty of time to enjoy onboard amenities and ocean views. Once you're docked, you can explore day and night.

Our Bermuda Cruise Tips

Cruise lines depart for Bermuda from ports along the mid-Atlantic and northeast coast of the U.S., from April to November, with most offering 4- to 7-night sailings, or longer. The Royal Naval Dockyard (also known as King's Wharf), on Bermuda's western tip, is the popular cruise port.


Many of Norwegian's cruises to Bermuda start and end in New York City. Pair a 4-night cruise with a few extra days in NYC and turn your Bermuda trip into a week-long adventure.


For an eclectic itinerary, Celebrity Cruises combines Bermuda with stops in Charleston, SC and Newport, RI, on a limited number of 9- and 10-night sailings.


If you want to spend as much time as possible in Bermuda, several Carnival itineraries include 3 full days in port at King’s Wharf

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When to Go

Prime Time

May to August is beach season in Bermuda. And with 75 miles of coastline, there is plenty of sand to sink your toes into. It's also a popular time for families to visit, traveling on their summer break.

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The Off-Season

April is the start of cruise season in Bermuda and offers some of the best prices of the year. Similarly, cruises in the fall (September, October and November) offer lower prices.

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With highs in the low 70s (Fahrenheit), April is ideal for playing a round at one of Bermuda’s picturesque golf courses. In the summer, late afternoon and evening thunderstorms pop up, cooling down the temperatures, typically in the mid-80s. In October, waves tend to be higher in the open Atlantic Ocean, but once you arrive, the ocean is still warm enough for swimming and snorkeling.

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