We choose this cruise because my daughter had never been to Bermuda. We stayed two nights at the Marriott Long Wharf in Boston and did a tour with Sam I Am. It was a terrific historical tour of Boston, Cambridge, and Lexington. We ate at Legal Seafood across from the hotel and the food was very good. We took an Uber to the port from the hotel and did not wait very long to get on the ship. We had an aft cabin and the views were amazing. The water in Bermuda is so blue. We ate most of our meals in the main dining room. We did the Chef's table and that was excellent. We took a ship excursion in Bermuda which was an island tour on a small bus and saw the entire island. We had a catamaran tour scheduled but it was too windy so it was cancelled. The third day in Bermuda we took the trolley into the Clock tower mall and shopped, got a t-shirt at the Frog and Onion, some t-shirts for the girls at Davisons and headed back to the ship. The shows were good even though I had seen them before on my Back-to-Back I took in June to the Arctic Circle and Baltic (Russia) area. Many of the activities were in the Centrum area, the Tropic duo played nightly and they were very good.
We returned to Boston a day early as there was a Nor-easter storm coming in. Immigration was done on the ship and some locals got off and went home. We stayed on and relaxed for the day, glad they came in early because the storm was rocking the boat in port and it rained hard and was very windy.
Debarkation was easy, we took an Uber to the airport and went home that afternoon. This was a great tour, the ship was clean, the crew was friendly, our servers were terrific, and we had a very nice time in Bermuda.
Loved the Aft Cabin, we did hear some banging occasionally not sure what it was. It was a long way from the elevators but it helped us work off all the food we ate.