Located in the Atlantic Ocean off the east coast of the United States, Bermuda is an especially popular destination in the summer months when temperatures hover at 80 degrees. Crowds flock to this tourist-friendly, sub-tropical island for pink sand beaches and famous golf courses, while taking in its charms at the Hamilton, St. George's and King's Wharf ports. Many cruises dock for three days, which gives you even more time to explore or simply relax.
The sparkling turquoise waters and pink sand beaches of Bermuda might rival those found in the Caribbean, but these British isles offer a more temperate, subtropical climate. Cruisers unfamiliar with the archipelago -- located 650 miles off the coast of North Carolina -- might be surprised to discover that the cruise season runs only from April to November -- likely because winter temperatures drop to the mid-50s from their summer highs of mid-80s. Bermuda does not have a rainy season, but it is located in the hurricane belt. Bermuda cruises can be as short as four or five nights. Longer itineraries that call on Bermuda may include parts of Canada, the Caribbean or even Europe. Which month you choose to cruise will depend on the length and type of itinerary you prefer and the activities that appeal to you most. Looking for the best month to cruise Bermuda? We've outlined the cruise season so you can make the comparison. The prices quoted are per person, double occupancy and cruise-only fares.