Take a Bermuda cruise from Boston on Norwegian Gem or Norwegian Pearl, sail from New York on various ships, including Norwegian Bliss, or even cruise aboard Norwegian Epic to make your way across the pond. No matter where you're sailing from, we'll get you to paradise as we dock at Royal Naval Dockyard, giving you the freedom to explore the beaches, golf courses, restaurants, shops and historic monuments at your leisure. Make it a family beach day on beautiful Horseshoe Bay, or grab a snorkel and dive into an underwater world. Come back aboard and get a massage, enjoy a four course meal, drop by the casino, eat late and dance all night. It's all good, because with Norwegian you're free to vacation on your schedule, not ours.
Pay airfare for one guest, and you'll automatically lock-in roundtrip flights for two. Secure these savings online by choosing your nearest airport in step one of your cruise booking, and enjoy air-to-sea made easy. We'll coordinate your roundtrip flights, and transportation between the airport and cruise port.
Looking for a quick getaway? Norwegian has you covered. Choose from our 4-5 day Bermuda cruises, many of which include weekend sailings, and escape to an otherworldly paradise. Pink sand beaches. Turquoise waters. Tangerine sunsets. Discover this and more on your next Bermuda vacation.
Build your first pink sand castle. Explore the colourful underwater life. Or play 18 holes on Port Royal Golf Course, one of the world's top public golf courses. With so much to do it's no wonder that we were voted "Best Bermuda Itineraries" ten years in a row!
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