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Tourist In Your Own Town

Fort Albert, St. George This off-the-beaten-path site, on the fork between Government Hill Road and Old Military Road, has a rich history in Bermuda’s military and cultural past. The large fort was carved from limestone at great expense to the British army, and was named after Prince Albert. Interestingly, historical documents of the fort’s original design exist, preserved in the documentation of an American spy sent to investigate British weaknesses. After the prominent fort fell out of military use, it…


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A Look Back at the Non-Mariners Race

The Non-Mariners Race will forever be one of the island's most treasured cultural events. For forty years, the Sunday after Cup Match was marked with non-vessels, non-races and non-raft-ups, filling Mangrove Bay with laughter, debauchery and camaraderie. Here's a look…


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Into the Ocean: Church Bay

Named after the picturesque St. Anne’s Church on the other side of the road, compact Church Bay is our best public beach for snorkelling, thanks to the potboilers of the reef which even at high tide are well within reach…


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Vintage Beachgoers!

Cup Match weekend is here and what better time to get outside and in the water! We've pulled together a collection of our favourite vintage finds featuring the suits and scenes of vintage Bermuda beach photography.  


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13 Skills Every Bermudian Should Have

There are some things that become deeply engrained in those who grow up in Bermuda and other things you should learn to do if you're going to live here.   1. How to Get out of a Riptide If you…

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Be a Tourist in Your Own Town in Southampton

When was the last time you got out and about in Southampton? This is one of the parishes most visited by tourists, because it contains our coveted South Shore beaches and the lighthouse. It's about time you looked back at…