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Virtual Tourist In Your Own Town: A Visit to St. George

Bermuda’s first capital was deserted almost overnight when Hamilton became the hub for government, trade, and mariners in the early 1800s. As a result, much of the Town of St. George is frozen in time and provides an incredible portal into the early days of Bermuda’s history.   1. A Foot Tour of Some of the Most Fascinating Parts of St. George   2. St. George's from Above: See the tiny town like you've never seen her before   3.…


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Rigged for Success

Photo credit: ‘A Bermuda schooner yacht offshore’, oil on canvas by John Lynn, 1834. National Museum Bermuda.   The Bermuda Rig, that innovative sail design that is still, some 400 years after it emerged on local waters, being used on…


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A Bermuda Summer Bucket List

Despite the restrictions imposed on us by COVID-19, Summer is still on its way and there are plenty of ways to celebrate while still social distancing. Here are some of our favourites.    1. Bodysurf the South Shore You probably…


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The Summer of ’41

Recently, a reader contacted us regarding a story from our archives. The archived piece was from the Crow's Nest section of the July 1946 issue of The Bermudian and told of how once, a shark was spotted in Hamilton Harbour. Dick…


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Vintage South Shore Beaches

Our south shore beaches are some of the most impressive on island, home to huge boiler reefs, swimming coves, rock climbing spots and luxury resorts.              

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Virtual Tourist in your Own Town: 5 Videos Worth Watching this Weekend

If you're stuck indoors this weekend, try venturing out virtually with these 5 videos we've hand-selected for you. Each one explores Bermuda from a different perspective and we're betting you'll learn something about your island home you didn't know before.…