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 What a quiet cemetery in St. George’s has to tell us about the Empire     On days when the cruise ships are in port,...

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Bermuda’s 400-year-old links to the British monarchy are explored in a new pictorial edition published by the National Museum of Bermuda. The island counts itself...

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It wasn't an expedition for the claustrophobic. Two and a quarter tons of steel dangled from a cable less than an inch thick. The four-foot-wide interior had to accommodate not only the two men, but bulky technical equipment, oxygen tanks, photographic apparatus, and lights and trays of chemicals to soak up carbon dioxide. At 3,000 feet below the surface, the water pressure exerted per square inch exceeds 1,000 pounds. It was an enormous undertaking, not just dangerous but a truly original attempt to explore a completely unknown part of the planet.

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The Preakness it isn’t. In fact, Bermuda lobster racing may rate somewhere on the excitement scale just below waiting for the sheriff’s department to close down the Sunday afternoon pony cart races in Eureka, Kansas. But whatever the racing of Panulirus argus is, or isn’t, Bermuda has had its first Invitational Lobster Race and has selected an entry in the Fourth Annual All-Service Lobster Land Race in Newport Rhode Island.  

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Published in October 1973, written by Eric Johnson

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The humid travail of the Marathon Derby and triathlons, the boisterous jousting of fitted dinghies, the frenzied partying of Cup Match and the roaring crescendo...

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East End versus West End – the annual two-day cricket match has been a gala event in the Colony for thirty-five years. It was estimated that the thirty thousand population of Bermuda no less than seven thousand witnessed the spectacular tussle, which took place in Somerset on July 29th and 30th.

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By James Thurber Reprinted from The Bermudian, June 1936 Mr. Thurber’s “The Story of Sailing” was written for, and appeared in The Bermudian in June 1936. It has since been reproduced in journals of several other countries and in more than one anthology of humour. It seams to us a good idea to offer this learned dissertation yet once again.

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Reprinted from The Bermudian, May 1990 The Atlantic Ocean has always played a big part in Bermuda’s development, from the earliest years when the Island was first discovered.

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Reprinted from the June, 1957 THE BERMUDIAN   O, I’ve kept my watch for centuries In every kind of weather,  Since the Olden day when...

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By Frederick F. Kaiser Reprinted from The Bermudian, June 1990 In the South Channel cruise liners come and go, but the marine historian is prone to visualize swift sloops and schooners, craft of the past which gave the “Somers Isles” renown. 

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Awards

2017 Product & Servic...

At The Bermudian magazine we are always thrilled to celebrate successf...

Feature

Bermuda During the Se...

In September 1939, Dr. William (Bill) Cooke was just 11½ years ...

Food & Drink

Olive and Rosemary Cr...

This recipe came about after a long moving day and limited pantry ingr...

Columns

All Things Bright and...

So, what did you do in your summer holidays?    I rescued ...

Heritage

Reflections on: Retur...

  According to artist Graham Foster, the huge wheel dominating...

People

Melissa Pridham, Jord...

As Bermuda’s post-recession economy continues to slowly improve,...