Posted on 15 July, 2014

Categories: Arts and Entertainment | Sport

10 Reasons Sailors Love Bermuda

Bermuda has long had a legacy as a maritime, sailing destination, especially with the advent of the Bermuda sloop and Bermuda rig. And, with the recent news that Bermuda is one of two finalists to host the 35th America’s Cup in 2017, it's no secret that sailors love Bermuda.

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Posted on 11 July, 2014

Categories: History | Snorkeling

Two Hours Away, Part 4: Dive Like The Hero Of An Adventure Novel

Did you know Bermuda is literally two hours from New York City? You might not have realized it's a nearby vacation option, and it's not just for country clubbers anymore.

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Posted on 3 June, 2014

Categories: Hidden Gems

Tour Bermuda’s Hidden Gems

Bermuda has many hidden gems, some which are yet to be discovered by some our travellers. Ashley Harris is here to bring those discoveries to light.

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Posted on 29 May, 2014

Categories: Arts and Entertainment

Bermuda Love: Turtle Jazz

Meet Bradley Bartlett- Roche. He’s an eleven-year-old piano prodigy and jazz composer based in New England. Bermuda’s friendly locals and colourful island life have made such an impression on Bradley that he now considers the island his second home.

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Posted on 20 May, 2014

Categories: Beaches | Travelling to Bermuda

Bermuda for Kids

Our Twitter friend, Daniel, asked us for advice about family-friendly activities during his travel this summer to Bermuda. We asked the Twitterverse to help us with insight on what you think are the best family-friendly activities on the island!

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Posted on 13 May, 2014

Categories: Golf

Teeing Off: Rosewood Tucker’s Point

Looking to play a few rounds of golf on your next trip to Bermuda, but don’t want to have to schedule your whole holiday around it? Rosewood Tucker’s Point Resort might be a great match for you! 

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Posted on 8 May, 2014

Categories: History

What’s the Scoop on Bermuda’s Onion Obsession?

Beaches, forts, and shipwreck diving might be the first things that come to mind when someone mentions Bermuda. However, if you had asked a traveller in the 19th century what they think of if you mentioned our island, they would likely say… onions.

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Posted on 1 May, 2014

Categories: Arts and Entertainment | Events | History

Welcome to Heritage Month in Bermuda!

It’s beginning to look a lot like summer! Bermuda Day might officially kick off the season on our island, but don’t forget we have a whole month of activities dedicated to national pride in the lead-up to May 24.

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