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King's Wharf Bermuda Triangle Cruise Excursion Reviews

King's Wharf Bermuda Triangle Cruise cruise excursion
Overall Rating
Voyage through Bermuda's world renowned waters as you tour the mysterious Bermuda Triangle surroundings.
Member Image mvanella
1 review
Not Rated
Sep 2014

This was great. The hosts were funny and helpful. They answered questions and told us a lot of information while we drove out to the wreck site. They give you a float noodle to use when snorkeling so you can bring children who know how to swim but they won't get too tired. The shipwrecks were cool, water was about 30 feet deep or so but so clear you could see right down to the bottom with no problem. You can see a number of species of fish. Coral reef colors are limited in Bermuda because of the water temperature changes during the winter, only a few of the lest colorful and more hardy species are around.

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Provider: Royal Caribbean International
Member Image wayburcm
2 reviews
Oct 2013

We went on the evening cruise to the Bermuda Triangle. This was entertaining but not as exciting as I had expected. The 2 guys acting as tout guides were good and very informative.

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Provider: Norwegian Cruise Line
Member Image argunnoe
1 review
Oct 2013

DONT DO THIS EXCURSION - a huge waste of money, over priced. We booked it for Halloween - biggest regret of the week. Nothing to see, nothing to do - waste of time, money, and effort. Most of the excursions were very over priced. As for most of the activities-take the bus, setup your own activities. Horseshoe beach is not all its advertised to be, stop at the others before you get there. Get a bus pass or a ferry pass and ask them for help. Hamilton is another overpriced location. WE do not recommend that you plan to eat in Bermuda - order room service the night before or that morning and take sandwiches with you. Some of the bread from the dinner the night before is great to feed the fish while snorkeling. Do not take fruit off the ship. Carefully pack sandwiches in your backpack and eat on the beach. Be sure to pack water with you or snag some colas. When packing for a cruise always pack travel bottles to fill on the cruise and always have a backpack. Take your own snorkel gear - its cheap at the walmart, take a flippy float and enjoy your vacation on your schedule.

Read argunnoe's full Explorer of the Seas cruise review
Provider: Royal Caribbean International
Member Image HowardK
2 reviews
Sep 2013

Well worth the money- only a $5 markup. More fun going with people on the ship.
The boat ride is the best part and they give you info and history. The glass bottom part is okay- we didn't see much of a shipwreck but I would do this one again when I go back,
If you go just for the glass bottom part it was very good- but the ride stood out . I wish it were longer perhaps 2 1/2 hours

Read HowardK's full Norwegian Breakaway cruise review
Provider: Norwegian Cruise Line
Member Image BriBooVa
6 reviews
Not Rated
Apr 2013
Did the night time Bermuda Triange Shipwreck cruise in the "glass bottom" boat. Was very nice. The boat captain/tour guide was hilarious. I will forever remember his line, "it's hard to be a gangsta when you live in a peach house" is why crime is low on Bermuda. Fish around the reef were abundant. Parrot fish, grey snapper, and some eels were easily seen. Bermuda at night is absolutely beautiful.
Read BriBooVa's full Explorer of the Seas cruise review
Provider: Royal Caribbean International
Member Image fish_pucker
1 review
Jul 2012
Glass bottom boat at night - great experience and very informative crew.
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Provider: Celebrity Cruises
Member Image Krazy8s
1 review
May 2012
Roaches and waterbugs in the bathroom. Not what I expected to see!!!
Read Krazy8s's full Norwegian Star cruise review
Provider: Norwegian Cruise Line

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