6-Day Bermuda, round-trip from New York
Come sail into the warm Bermuda airs this April with NCL’s Norwegian Gem, the perfect all-fit Freestyle Cruising. Built in the year 2007 and refurbished in 2010, the Gem can accommodate 2,394 passengers. On board are plethora of restaurants & lounges to soothe your nerves.
Itinerary of Gem’s April Bermuda Voyage:
- Sailing Date: 29th April 2012
- Through: 5th May 2012
- Book By: 23rd April 2012 up to 7pm
- No. of Nights: 6
|1||New York City||4pm|
|4||Kings Wharf, Bermuda||12pm|
|5||Kings Wharf, Bermuda||12pm|
|7||New York City||8am|
Places to Visit on the Tour
Kings Wharf, Bermuda: Also known as Royal Naval Dockyard, it is spread across 2-4acres. Originally built as British Naval Base in the early 19th century.
Bermuda Maritime Museum: The museum showcases fascinating stories of Bermuda’s rich marine heritage
Dolphin Quest: A fabulous dolphin display & training center, situated within the dockyard complex
Victualling Yard: Situated in the dockyard complex, surrounded by big walls, it was the kitchen of naval officers. It has now been converted into a park
Casemates: One of the oldest buildings which was once the barrack for men of Marine Infantry and later, it was converted into the main prison for convicts
Bermuda Aquarium, Museum & Zoo (BAMZ): The Aquarium has more than 200 species of fish. The zoo houses more than 300 species of birds, reptiles and mammals from oceanic islands.
Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute (BUEI): Located in Hamilton, the institute imparts knowledge that helps in demystifying the oceans with an exhibit of artifacts.
Crystal & Fantasy Caves: Located in the Hamilton Parish, the caves have some dramatic formations of stalactites & stalagmites along with crystal-clear Cahow lake
Gibbs Hill Lighthouse: Located at Southampton Parish, it is the world’s oldest cast-iron lighthouse
Spittal Pond Nature Reserve: Located at Smith’s Parish, expanding over 64 acres, it is the largest nature reserve of Bermuda and is the best bird watching site on the island.
St. Peter’s Church: The oldest church in the area, located in St. George’s town, has a very simple exterior looks. However, the interiors bare an exotic look with candlelit chandeliers and open cedar beams.
Frog & Onion Pub: An old British style pub, situated in the old Cooperage building, serves the best British cuisines.