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Cruises to Royal Naval Dockyard


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Top Royal Naval Dockyard Cruises

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Royal Bermuda & Regal Spain - Miami to Barcelona

Seven Seas Grandeur 19 Mar 2025 14 nights Fly Cruise Miami

6★ All-Inclusive Cruising*

INCLUDED Unlimited Shore Excursions*

INCLUDED Drinks Package & Wi-Fi*

INCLUDED Speciality Dining & Gratuities*

Itinerary: Miami, Florida, USA - Great Stirrup Cay - Royal Naval Dockyard, Bermuda - Horta - Cadiz (for Seville), Spain - Valencia - Barcelona, Spain
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Suite from £4,396pp

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2026 5★ All-Inclusive Supreme Transatlantic

Insignia 03 May 2026 23 nights Fly Cruise Flights Included Miami

Exclusive SAVINGS of up to £1,600*

Exclusive FREE All-Inclusive Drinks Package*

Exclusive FREE $450 On Board Spend*

Return flights, gratuities, wi-fi, speciality dining & $1,200 shore excursion credit*

Itinerary: Miami, Florida, USA - Royal Naval Dockyard, Bermuda - Horta, Faial Island, Azores - Ponta Delgada, São Miguel, Azores - Lisbon, Portugal - Oporto, Portugal - La Coruna, Spain -...
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(full fare £6,079) Inside from £5,279pp

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2024 All-Inclusive 6★ Southern Caribbean Charm

Seven Seas Grandeur 23 Oct 2024 15 nights Fly Cruise New York

6★ All-Inclusive Cruising*

INCLUDED Unlimited Shore Excursions*

INCLUDED Drinks Package & Wi-Fi*

INCLUDED Speciality Dining & Gratuities*

Itinerary: New York, USA - Royal Naval Dockyard, Bermuda - Gustavia, St. Barts - Castries, St. Lucia - Bridgetown - St. Georges, Grenada - Willemstad - Oranjestad, Aruba - Miami, Florida, USA
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Suite from £8,969pp

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What to see in Royal Naval Dockyard

The Royal Naval Dockyard in Bermuda is a historic maritime complex turned cultural hotspot. Visitors can explore museums, art galleries and historic fortifications, enjoy shopping and dining, and participate in water sports and activities at Snorkel Park Beach. It's a vibrant blend of history and contemporary attractions.

The Bermuda National Museum, housed within the historic fortress of the Royal Naval Dockyard, offers a deep dive into the island's maritime history and cultural heritage. This expansive museum occupies several buildings within the Keep, the largest fortification in Bermuda. Visitors can wander through exhibits that span from the early days of Bermuda's settlement to its modern developments. The museum's collection includes shipwreck artefacts, historical maps and military memorabilia, each piece telling a part of Bermuda’s story. One of the highlights is the Commissioner’s House, an elegantly restored Georgian-style mansion that offers stunning views of the surrounding dockyard and ocean. Inside, the house features detailed exhibits on Bermuda's social and cultural history, including the history of the island’s defence and its role in the Atlantic maritime network. Interactive displays and educational programs enhance the experience, making the museum a captivating visit for history enthusiasts and families alike.

The Bermuda Craft Market, located in a charming old warehouse within the Dockyard, is a treasure trove of local artistry and craftsmanship. This market is more than just a shopping destination; it's a showcase of Bermuda’s vibrant cultural scene. Artisans from across the island gather here to display their handmade goods, ranging from intricate jewellery and pottery to beautifully woven textiles and cedar wood crafts. As you browse through the stalls, you can watch craftsmen at work, demonstrating traditional skills such as glassblowing, woodworking and quilt making. This hands-on approach allows visitors to appreciate the time and effort that goes into each piece. The Craft Market is a perfect place to find unique souvenirs that reflect Bermuda’s cultural heritage and support local artists. The atmosphere is welcoming and friendly, with artisans often eager to share the stories behind their creations, providing an enriching cultural experience.

Snorkel Park Beach, situated within the Royal Naval Dockyard, offers a fun-filled day of sun, sand and sea for visitors of all ages. This man-made beach is designed for relaxation and adventure, featuring crystal-clear waters ideal for snorkelling and a range of water sports. The beach’s name comes from its excellent snorkelling conditions; the calm, shallow waters are home to vibrant coral reefs teeming with tropical fish, making it an ideal spot for both beginners and experienced snorkelers. For those looking for more excitement, Snorkel Park offers activities such as kayaking, paddleboarding and jet skiing. Equipment rentals and lessons are readily available, ensuring that everyone can join in the fun. Beyond water activities, Snorkel Park Beach also boasts beachside bars and restaurants where you can enjoy a refreshing drink or a meal while taking in the stunning ocean views. As the sun sets, the beach transforms into a lively nightlife spot with music, dancing and entertainment under the stars.


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