Cruises to the Bermudas
Cruises to the Bermudas! The Bermudas are famous for their pink beaches and warm hospitality - a Caribbean paradise where holiday dreams come true! Whether you are longing for rest, relaxation and pampering or spend your vacation rather active: a cruise in the Bermudas is always pure relaxation and recreation, exciting, varied and secure. You can relax in the Bermudas on long white sandy beaches with wonderfully sparkling sea, in the gentle breeze and escape from everyday life completely. Enjoy the unrivaled flair of the Caribbean; we will take you with our luxurious cruise ships to one of the most fantastic places on Earth. Cruises to the Bermudas are very trendy. The Bermudas belong to the British Empire, which promises plenty of comfort on this island cruise. Because the Bermudas are very wealthy: as British aristocrats, billionaires and adventurous world travelers have settled there, there is almost no unemployment rate. Many celebrities are attracted to the wonderful Bermudas. A striking feature is the great atmosphere on the island and the extraordinary vitality, something that tourists particularly appreciate on this Caribbean Cruise. The best way to get to know this Caribbean island is, of course, from the ship. In Bermuda you fill find tropical plants, long sandy beaches, waterfalls, thermal springs, craters and volcanoes, banana plantations, vibrant cities and colorful villages. Off the coasts lie environmentally protected coral reefs and sandbanks. Enjoy relaxing days at sea and an unforgettable time aboard your comfortable cruise ship. Watch the gum trees, mangroves and the famous Bermuda cedar closely. Even the almost extinct Bermuda petrel has his breeding grounds. Trips to the Bermudas offer the vacationers a number of National Parks on land or under water. Many visitors travel to the Bermudas to enjoy the azure blue beaches, however, the island offers much more. The capital of the Bermudas - Hamilton is small but very lively and surely worth seeing: for example, the Bermuda History Museum with beautiful furniture, precious dishes and historical documents, or the Hamilton Fort, a huge and amazingly well-preserved fortress from the 19th Century. The view from up here to town and harbor is stunning. And finally: the Herrington Sound, a large bay. This is where you will find the "Devils Hole", a natural aquarium where you can watch lots of fish and sharks, or the "Bermuda Aquarium" with many tropical fish, a zoo and a museum of natural history. The caves - "Crystal Caves" and "Leamington Caves" - with underground lakes also are a highlight of Bermudas cruise. St. George, located on the North Island impresses with its massive fortress walls. Relaxation, joy and countless lasting memories will accompany you on this cruise in the Bermudas.
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The crime rate is extremely low, therefore the tiny prison is mostly empty.
All major political decisions, in particular the foreign and defense policy are taken directly by the government in London.
Boston is an important industrial, artistic and intellectual center. The Boston Symphony Orchestra also enjoys a worldwide reputation as well as universities such as Harvard and MIT, which lie in the suburb of Cambridge.
The Bermuda Islands became known mainly through the Bermuda Triangle and the Bermuda shorts.In 1503 Bermuda was discovered by the Spanish explorer Juan de Bermudez, but, who did not go ashore because of the dangerous reefs that surround the island.
The first settlers were English colonists on the way to Virginia who in 1609 were stranded on the island after a shipwreck.
Today, the city is only party inhabited and serves as an open-air museum.
Culturally, the island is strongly influenced by British history, which is still noticeable today in everyday life (for example, during parades).
West End with its former harbor Royal Naval Dockyard, as the name implies, lies in the west of Bermudas. The port itself was already important in the 17th century but lost importance after World War II and was therefore closed to a large extent. Today there is still a ferry port, where larger cruise ships are dock.
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- Baltimore, Maryland, Bermudas, Boston, Massachusetts, Cape Liberty, New Jersey, Charleston, South Carolina, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, Hamilton, Bermudas, Kaziranga-Nationalpark, King's Wharf, Bermudas, Nassau, New York, Norfolk, Virginia, Palm Beach, Florida, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Royal Naval Dockyard, Bermudas, St. George, Bermudas, West End, Bermudas, Yorktown, Virginia