Our six night cruise to Bermuda was just amazing! Cape Liberty Port went pretty smoothly- although not as pretty as Miami's port. Our promenade stateroom overlooked the promenade which was perfect to have something to look out at when not out and about- which was not often! The ship itself is gorgeous and huge- never did learn what was where even after 6 days! The activities for days at sea were nonstop and we had to carefully plan time to relax! The food in the main dining room was amazing each night and the Windjammer for breakfast had anything you would desire and more!
Kings wharf was great for shopping and exploring- and a cute beach with all you can ask for in a compact area!
The ferry to Hamilton was efficient and clean- and a beautiful ride if you go on the upper level to see the shoreline! Hamilton itself is a nice town- shops mostly high end- although we did find some great souvenir stores too! The buses can be found at the bus depot nearby to go anywhere on the island- and a 2 day pass did the job for us with unlimited ferry or bus rides. (Hold on tight as you ride the pink buses- the streets are extremely narrow and the drivers go fast!- Hence the t-shirt "I survived a Bermuda bus ride"
St George is a cute and quaint town - pretty quick to cover all the highlights there, and then off to the Gibb lighthouse which was quite a walk up- and then a magnificent view of all of Bermuda!
The shows were great - don't miss the "Love and Marriage" game show- hysterical! And the Quest game is new and improved and such fun!! The cruise director Leigh is funny and fabulous- making everything more fun and hysterical!
Such a great trip- I would go again in a heartbeat!!