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Bermuda’s Favourite Haunts: Gibbs Hill Lighthouse

Completed and activated on May 1, 1846, accounts of unaccountable events at Gibbs Hill Lighthouse have been noted by a few past lighthouse keepers. The following was related to Mac Musson by Michael Dolding of Marine & Ports, part of whose job it is to oversee the care of our two lighthouses! Since reports along the same lines are heard from other folk, one wonders at the strange recording of someone’s anxiety from the past that left this on-going impression…


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Bermuda’s Favourite Haunts: King’s Point in Mangrove Bay

King’s Point is the home of (now deceased) Teddy Tucker, internationally known for his underwater venture, knowledge of the sea, and many successful treasure dives around the reefs of Bermuda, and his wife Edna, who is a gracious hostess and…


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Bermuda’s Favourite Haunts: Belair, Paget

My acquaintance with Belair began in the summer of 1970. Theatrical director Jack Manning and his Bermudian wife, Frances Smith, were renting the house from the Moncure Robinson estate. At the time, I was friendly with Frances’ younger sister Lisa…


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Bermuda’s Favourite Haunts: Government House

It has been suggested that one of our early Governors was so unpleasant that his wife was subjected to physical abuse and probably mental as well. Far be it for this writer to assert this as fact and defame the…


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The WaterFront Residence: Your Private Harbourside Escape

Nestled in a quiet, gated community overlooking Hamilton Harbour, you will find The WaterFront Residence, a boutique accommodation that grew in popularity throughout America’s Cup but still remains Bermuda’s best kept secret due to its private location. The property is…

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Hawkins: Bermuda’s Private Island

Located in the Great Sound you’ll find a treasured hideaway of 25 acres of lush woodland reserve with a tranquil private beach. Operated by The Waterfront Properties Group on Pitts Bay, Hawkins is Bermuda’s unspoiled private island offering a level…