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Bermuda Cruises

A Bermuda cruise is one of the world's favorite vacations. Ships stay in port for days, giving you plenty of time to explore. Experience the pink beaches, fancy shops, fine dining, world-class Bermuda golf courses, and great historic sites. The season for cruises to Bermuda is May to October. See our calendar of cruises to Bermuda in 2018 and 2019.

Bermuda cruises are not Caribbean cruises. It's 600 miles off the coast of North Carolina, so it's not steamy hot in summer. Life there is civilized and classy. Bermuda is a wealthy place and has a distinct British style.

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Cruises to Bermuda from the USA

There are six American departure ports for Bermuda cruises. Sail from Boston, New York, New Jersey, Baltimore, Charleston or Florida.

Norwegian Cruise Line cruises to Bermuda leave from New York and Boston. 7-day New York to Bermuda cruises sail from April to September. 7-day Bermuda cruises from Boston sail from May to October.

Royal Caribbean's Bermuda cruises sail from New Jersey and Baltimore. 5-night cruises from Cape Liberty in Bayonne, NJ leave from May to October. The 5-night Bermuda cruises from Baltimore also sail from May to October.

Carnival Cruise Line offers 12 cruises to Bermuda. The journeys are out of four ports.

Holland America Line has cruises from Boston to Bermuda. These 7-day luxury cruises dock at Hamilton on Bermuda. Departures from May to July.

Celebrity Cruises offers modern luxury cruises to Bermuda out of Cape Liberty. Departures April through September.

Have fun. Explore the world. Take a Bermuda cruise.

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