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Old July 4th, 2006, 08:08 AM
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Default Ferrries and Beaches in Bermuda

I'm planning on using the ferry system to explore Bermuda while EOS is docked at King's Wharf. Can anyone give me any insight regarding this system, especially traveling to beaches in the Southampton and Paget parishes? Thanks!
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I am curious too. What about any sightseeing tours that someone really liked?

Is the water warm enough to snorkel/swim around November 3-4th?

Thanks! Mary Runyon
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I'm planning on using the ferry system to explore Bermuda while EOS is docked at King's Wharf. Can anyone give me any insight regarding this system, especially traveling to beaches in the Southampton and Paget parishes? Thanks!
You don't need the ferry to get to Horseshoe and Elbow Beach, you take the bus. The Beaches are between Hamilton and King's Wharf. If you would like to check out shopping in Hamilton, take the ferry there, first thing in the morning, and then take the bus to the beach, and then the bus back to the ship.
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If you are going to do excursions on Bermuda,first go to your library and get the Frommers or ferdors book on Bermuda and read up on it.Then you can plan your trips around the island.
You can get a three day bus pass and do all your sightseeing from the bus or the ferry.The pass is good for all.In the books there are maps that you can see where you want to go.When you get off the ship there are people by the bus stop that will tell you which bus to take .
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Thank for the input. I will get a book on Bermuda.
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