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The Landlubber’s Guide to SailGP

Everything you need to know about the return of high-octane sailing to Bermuda’s shores. SailGP kicks off its second season this April 24 and 25, heralding a return of the foiling catamarans that carved up our waters in the 2017 America’s Cup. The 2021 season is hoping for a total restart after SailGP only managed to get a single Grand Prix in last year before the Covid-19 pandemic put a halt to sporting events around the world.   Photo Courtesy…


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A Look Back at Bermuda’s “Fridays for Future” Climate Change Rally

On June 14, 2019 students from across the island gathered in Hamilton for a climate change rally, petitioning the Bermuda government to take climate change seriously and implement sustainable, environmentally-friendly initiatives to reduce Bermuda's carbon footprint. The rally followed in…


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How to Explore the South Shore Like a Naturalist

The South Shore beaches aren’t just good for sunbathing and swimming! They are Bermuda’s most exposed shore – beyond the boiler reefs, there is only the open Sargasso Sea! This proximity to the open ocean is what allows humpback whales…


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Mind Over Mullets: Fishing with St. David’s Islander, Gary Lamb

In 1997 Bermudian editor, Rosemary Jones went fishing with St. David's Islander, Gary Lamb. Daybreak finds Red, Sweet Pea and Burp sitting off Frying Pan Island, three men in a boat, happy as mussel pie. I don’t ask them how…


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5 Historical Facts about Hinson’s Island

Located in the Great Sound, Hinson's is a small residential island with an interesting past. Here are 5 facts about Hinson's you probably don't already know.  1. The name of the residential island has changed over the centuries. The name…

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6 Reasons to Love Bermuda: The Places

How do we love thee, Bermuda? Let us count the ways. These 6 places to visit were taken from “37 Reasons to Love Bermuda” which featured in our Winter 2018 issue.     St. George’s or The Town of St.…