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Carnival Cruise Line Bermuda Cruises

Bermuda cruises with Carnival Cruise Lines offer something for everyone. You can snorkel through ancient shipwrecks, and the island also offers history, nature and a chance to unwind. A typical sailing with Carnival Cruise Lines has your ship docked for up to three days on the island, where you can spend each day discovering St. George, one of the first English towns in the New World; Horseshoe Bay Beach or the Royal Navy Dockyard with its museums and art galleries. Each day you’ll have a blast exploring the island, and then each night you’ll enjoy your fun ship. 


Things to Do on a Bermuda Cruise with Carnival Cruise Line


Bermuda is the perfect island escape. It’s located just a few hundred miles from the East Coast of the U.S., in pretty much the middle of nowhere. However, this “nowhere” has got a lot to offer, from the beautiful beaches and wonderful snorkeling, to a rich history waiting to be explored.


Carnival Cruise Lines Boats on the coast of a tropical island
  • Jolly Roger Reef Fishing (Kings Wharf, Bermuda)
    Whether you’re an experienced fisherman or a newbie, you’ll have a great time sailing off the coast of Bermuda on a 56 foot fishing boat in search of snapper, triggerfish and porgies. You’ll be provided with a rod and all the necessary equipment.


Carnival Cruise Lines King's Wharf in Bermuda
  • Dockyard Horse and Carriage Ride (Kings Wharf, Bermuda)
    Experience the charm of Bermuda when you discover some of its highlights on a carriage ride around the Royal Naval Dockyard. You’ll see historical spots and beautiful vistas. You’ll also visit spots used as backdrops in the movies The Deep and Bermuda Depths.


Carnival Cruise Lines city skyline of Norfolk, Virginia
  • Chrysler Museum of Art (Norfolk, Virginia)
    This art museum is filled with wonderful treasures. Formerly known as the Norfolk Museum of Arts and Sciences, its name changed when Walter P. Chrysler, Jr. gave his extensive art collection to the city.


Carnival Cruise Lines kayaking in Fort Hamilton, Bermuda
  • Kayak Eco Adventure (Kings Wharf, Bermuda)
    You’ll take a guided kayak tour of the Daniel’s Head area off the coast of Bermuda. Here you’ll see and learn about plants, birds and sea creatures that live in the area. Afterwards you can take a dip in the water and enjoy a complimentary drink.


Carnival Cruise Lines USS Wisconsin Battleship in Norfolk, Virginia
  • Civil War Sites (Norfolk, Virginia)
    Norfolk has a lot of interesting history when it comes to the Civil War, much of which can be discovered first hand on a visit to Fort Norfolk. You can also visit Nauticus, which offers information on naval battles during the war.


Carnival Cruise Lines Coral reef in Grand Cayman
  • Aquarium, Snorkel and Swim Cruise (Kings Wharf, Bermuda)
    Explore the 140,000 gallon living coral exhibit at the Bermuda Aquarium, Museum and Zoo. Then learn about the land of Bermuda at the Natural History Museum. Next, take a cruise on a glass bottom boat and find a beautiful spot to swim or snorkel.


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