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15 Things: Enjoy a Dark and Stormy

  It was a dark and stormy night when the Sea Venture wrecked upon the Devil’s Isles, resulting in the colonization of Bermuda in 1610, and it’s a Dark ‘n’ Stormy tradition that Bermudians enjoy 400-plus years later. Made with a devilishly delicious combination of Gosling’s Black Seal Rum and ginger beer, Bermuda’s national drink has been the cause of many births, lost bets and plain drunken shenanigans. In fact, Dark ‘n’ Stormies are increasingly popular on the East Coast…


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10 Ways to Get on the Water This Summer (Even if You Don't Own a Boat)!

  1 Rent your personal pontoon party boat Pontoon boats, with their flat bottoms and wide beams, are built for comfort. They are a perfect self-drive boat rental for a family fun day on the water or a party with…


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15 Things: Watch the Sunrise on a South Shore Beach

  Watching the sunrise with the sand between your toes is the perfect way to spend time with family. Bring along a delicious picnic breakfast (including the ingredients for a Tequila Sunrise!) and enjoy the sounds, smells and sights of…


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Can This Island be Saved?

A Tourism Roundtable This issue, The Bermudian takes the pulse of the island’s tourism industry by speaking to five leading members of the hotel, hospitality, retail and tour-boat sectors of the economy. We canvassed their views on a wide range…


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New Beginnings for a Venerable Church

Historic St. Paul looks to the future after a major renovation. (more…)

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Spear-Fishing

This article was taken from our archives. It originally appeared in the July 1950 issue of The Bermudian.  An exciting new sport has “arrived” in Bermuda this year. Some call it goggle-fishing, but few question that it has rapidly become…