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Great way to move around the island

My advise is to get there early as lines form and they can get pretty long. However, we made it and... read more

Reviewed 30 June 2016
Barbara L
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Savannah, Georgia, United States
The only way to go

The all day bus and ferry passes on Bermuda are the only way to go. Kings Wharf to Hamilton and... read more

Reviewed 24 April 2016
BPYC
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Hudson, Florida
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30 Jun 2016
“Great way to move around the island”
24 Apr 2016
“The only way to go”
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Reviewed 30 June 2016

My advise is to get there early as lines form and they can get pretty long. However, we made it and the ride was quite enjoyable even if we could not find a place to sit. We actually used the ferry several times and found...More

1  Thank Barbara L
Reviewed 24 April 2016

The all day bus and ferry passes on Bermuda are the only way to go. Kings Wharf to Hamilton and during the season to St Georges. $15.00 per adult with a slight reduction for multiple days. About 20 min to Hamilton from the Docks, sight...More

1  Thank BPYC
Reviewed 19 October 2015 via mobile

We were in Bermuda in mid-October, when the season was winding down. I'd read the great reviews about the transit system, and when we arrived we bought 2-day passes for each of us. The system seemed to us to be inadequate for the influx of...More

Thank Steven G
Reviewed 15 October 2015

We took the ferry from Hamilton to the Royal Dockyard. It was only $4.50 and was a 20 minute ride. Be sure and get a seat on top of the ferry for the best views. The day we rode it was sunny and in the...More

1  Thank wwjd1947
Reviewed 10 November 2014

Immediately as you get off the cruise ship at Royal Naval Dockyard in Bermuda, there is a kiosk that sells a combination one day pass for the SeaExpress ferry and the Bermuda Breeze bus system. The 1 day passes are $15 per adult and $7.50...More

3  Thank magic_carpets
Reviewed 7 October 2013

The ferry system in Bermuda is excellent. It is inexpensive ($4.50 each way) and very efficient. We took a taxi from the cruise ship in the Royal Naval Dockyard to Hamilton, and it took nearly one hour. The ferry back was much faster. The boats...More

1  Thank Kakidu
Reviewed 23 April 2013

Bermuda has a fantastic system of public transportation. You can purchase a daily pass or one for multiple days. Passes are good on the ferry which have schedules that go from St. George's, Hamilton and King's Wharf. From the ferry you can transfer to busses...More

3  Thank grantham353
Reviewed 9 July 2012

For 28 dollars you can ride the busses and ferries in Bermuda. This is the only deal you will get in Bermuda and it is fantastic. You can get to Horseshoe Bay or Elbow Beach or any of the other attractions in Bermuda using this...More

3  Thank nancyfromwoodward
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