We have been to Bermuda several times on cruises and we enjoy the hustle and bustle of Hamilton and the quiet quaintness of St. Georges. While Kings Wharf has neither of those qualities, it does have merits of its own. The historical site of the Governor's Mansion is within walking distance and it is worth the walk. There are several buildings to explore at your own will and the cannons and cliffs are photo-worthy sites. Near where the ship docks there are restaurants and shops within walking distance, and also activities such as jet-skiing. You can take the ferry from Kings Wharf to Hamilton which we did and it drops you off right near all the shops, business center, and restaurants you can walk to and enjoy. Unfortunately if you want to see the more famous attractions in Bermuda such as its beaches and the Maritime Museum etc., you have to take a tour or a cab. The snorkel beach you can walk to is very small and the sand is actually hard; it doesn't compare to the many other wonderful beaches you can visit if you travel further.