most all of the cruise lines sail to Bermuda. (Princess, Royal, NCL, Holland-American to name a few). Bermuda is a great place to just relax, hit the beach do a little snorkeling, and if you golf, Bermuda has quite a few championship golf courses. Bermuda is very laid-back and un-touristy. Its a neat, clean pretty island.
I think the typical cruise lines to Bermuda are Royal Caribbean (Nordic Empress), Celebrity (they have a couple of ships), Princess (one of their older boats). These are the bigger ones. My wife and I went on the Nordic Empress last early May. It was nice. The only thing about going in either late Apr./ early May or in October is the weather. It was pretty nice when we were there but we hit some storms and it wasn't quite as hot as it could be. However, the beaches were uncrowded and you can get some GREAT last minute deals for these times of the year. We went to horseshoe bay beach. Beautiful. We took a couple of catamaran sailings. We had a great time. It was our last cruise for at least 2-3 years because we are expecting a baby. Very nice people in Bemuda, and you don't really see any of the poverty that you can see in other carib islands.
Jerry Edgar (www.smartbizop.com)
My mother and I took a Celebrity cruise to Bermuda in late August 2002. What a beautiful island. The cruise was relaxing and there is just enough to do in Bermuda. The beaches are absolutely spectacular. I'll echo what Jerry said- - Horseshoe Bay is lovely. Soft sand, turquoise water and nice waves. We also enjoyed Tobacco Bay. Just make sure you go when it's warm there so you can enjoy it.