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Cruises to St. George’s


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Sirena 18 Nov 2024 17 nights Fly Cruise Flights Included New York

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Itinerary: New York, USA - Hamilton, Bermuda - St Georges, Bermuda - Gustavia, St. Barts - St John's, Antigua - Castries, St. Lucia - Bridgetown, Barbados - St Georges, Grenada - Kralendijk,.…
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(full fare £4,589) Inside from £3,399pp

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2025 5★ New England & Caribbean Discovery

Insignia 26 Oct 2025 18 nights Fly Cruise Flights Included Boston

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Itinerary: Boston, Massachusetts, USA - Newport, Rhode Island, USA - Hamilton, Bermuda - St Georges, Bermuda - Gustavia, St. Barts - St John's, Antigua - Castries, St. Lucia - Bridgetown,...
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(full fare £4,649) Inside from £3,849pp

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Seabourn Ovation 09 Jan 2026 16 nights Fly Cruise Flights Included Bridgetown

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Itinerary: Bridgetown, Barbados - Castries, St Lucia - Little Bay - St. John's, Antigua - Carambola Beach, Saint Kitts and Nevis - Great Harbour, Jost Van Dyke, B.V.I - Philipsburg, St...
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(full fare £7,199) Balcony from £5,799pp

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What to see in St. George’s

St. George's, Bermuda, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is renowned for its 17th-century architecture, cobblestone streets and historical landmarks. Established in 1612, this charming town offers a rich blend of history, culture and scenic beauty, making it a must-visit destination for those exploring Bermuda's colonial past.

St. Peter's Church, located in the heart of St. George's, is a living testament to Bermuda's colonial history and religious heritage. As the oldest Anglican church in continuous use outside the British Isles, St. Peter's has been a spiritual and community hub for over four centuries. The church's architecture reflects its long history, with elements ranging from its original wooden beams to later stone additions. Inside, visitors can admire the beautiful wooden altar, which dates back to 1615, and the intricate carvings that adorn the pews and pulpit. St. Peter's Church also houses several important artefacts, such as a silver communion service gifted by King William III in 1697.

Fort St. Catherine, situated on the northeastern tip of St. George's Island, provides a dramatic insight into Bermuda's military history. This impressive fortification has guarded the island for centuries, with its origins dating back to 1614. Over the years, Fort St. Catherine has been expanded and reinforced, reflecting the evolving military technologies and strategic importance of Bermuda. Today, the fort stands as a well-preserved monument to the island's defensive past. Visitors can explore the fort's extensive grounds, which include underground tunnels, ramparts and cannons that offer a tangible sense of the island's military readiness. The fort's museum provides a detailed account of Bermuda's military history, featuring exhibits on the various stages of the fort's construction, as well as artefacts recovered from the surrounding waters. One of the highlights is the replica of the British Crown Jewels, which adds a touch of regal history to the visit. The panoramic views from the fort's battlements are spectacular, offering sweeping vistas of the turquoise waters and rugged coastline that underscore Bermuda's natural beauty.

Tobacco Bay, just a short distance from the historic town centre, is one of Bermuda's most picturesque and popular beaches. Known for its clear, shallow waters and unique rock formations, Tobacco Bay is a haven for swimmers, snorkelers and sunbathers. The bay's calm waters make it an ideal spot for snorkelling, with an abundance of marine life, including colourful fish and vibrant coral reefs. The dramatic limestone formations that frame the bay create natural pools and coves, perfect for exploration and relaxation. Tobacco Bay also has a rich history, having been the landing site for survivors of the Sea Venture shipwreck in 1609, an event that led to the eventual settlement of Bermuda. Today, the beach is well-equipped with amenities, including a beach bar, rental equipment for water sports and comfortable lounge areas. Whether you're looking to dive into the underwater world, bask in the sun or simply enjoy a refreshing swim, Tobacco Bay offers a serene and scenic escape that captures the essence of Bermuda's coastal charm.


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