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Royal Naval Dockyard, West End, Bermuda Cruise Port

Visit the Royal Naval Dockyard in the West End, which served a vital function in the War of 1812, World War I and II, and the Cold War. Visit the Royal Naval Cemetery and the Navy Crest Wall, featuring art from the British Royal Army and Navy and other NATO members.

66%

good (70 votes)

What people said about this port:

"We went to Horseshoe Bay Beach!" in 4 reviews.

24 reviews and tips of Royal Naval Dockyard, West End, Bermuda




Take the ferry to Hamilton and spend a few hours souvenir shopping there, eating lunch at Portofino's pizza, and enjoying the beautiful buildings!

Traveled As:
Singles/Friends Experience:
4-6 cruises
So, So

Don't take a txi to St. Georges...he charged us $80 one-way...and we even dropped off a family at Horseshoe Bay, and they paid him full price to there...then he charged us $80 as if we were the only people in the cab from the Dockyard!

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Traveled As:
Singles/Friends Experience:
2-3 cruises
Very Good

Took day pass$12.00(which gave option to transfer around island at no extra cost) and travelled to Hamilton by bus 40 minutes and took ferry back 20 minutes. Did walking tour of Hamilton and came back and enjoyed Dockyard hidden beach and shops. All very nice and civilized.

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Traveled As:
Couple Experience:
1 cruise (first)
Very Good

Everything was nice about this place. The people, the view, the beach, the houses, the drive through town. I was highly disappointed to only be there for 4 hours. We got to spend 1 hour at the beach and had to head back to the boat.

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Traveled As:
Singles/Friends Experience:
7+ cruises
So, So

The cruise line should avoid going into this port on Sundays - this really limited the options for the passengers. If you want to hire your own cab to tour the island, don't expect one to agree to do this ship-side, you'll have to take the ferry across the bay to try to find one in the city; the cab drivers ship-side would rather move passengers between the ship and beaches to increase their income.

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