Hello. I'm new to this forum, but my wife and I honeymooned in Bermuda 22 years ago and cruised there 7 years ago. I have read as much as I can on these message boards (albeit too late I think) because we are sailing to the beautiful island again during the last week of July. So 2 of the 3 days we are there are holidays. I've read about the crickets matches and the food and the busy beaches and campers and limited transportation schedules and closed stores. As we didn't realize this holiday existed until a week ago, and this is the first trip to the island for our kids, 20 and 17, we are a little concerned about the experience they will get. Our ship is docking at King's Wharf. Am I right to assume that, since the match is played in Somerset this year, it will be nearly impossible to drive a moped or get a bus from the dock to the rest of the island and back through those 2 days? And it won't be worth going to Hamilton or St. George to shop, or even to sightsee, those 2 days either, even if we take a ferry? Also, are there any of the beaches that will be less likely to have a lot of campers? Our last cruise there we enjoyed mopeding all over the island and stopping at beaches, but that seems less desireable with increased traffic and campers. I know we have to make the best of it but this is a very expensive and rare trip for our family and I'd like to plan it out so that we make the most of it. Thanks for any advice you can give.