Getting AroundGetting around is easy – and half the fun!
Whether you come by scooter, ferry, bus or taxi, you’ll enjoy wonderful views of Bermuda along the way.
The Royal Naval Dockyard is a major port of entry into the Island and if you are arriving via cruise ship all modes of transportation are available to you right off the ship.
The SeaExpress ferry speeds off to various points of the Island. You can also hop onto a pink and blue bus or into a waiting taxi to take you directly to your destination, or rent a scooter and begin to explore.
TRANSPORTATION DURING THE 35TH AMERICA’S CUP
Whether you are traveling to the America’s Cup Event Village on Cross Island, the Royal Naval Dockyard, or trying to figure out how to travel between the two event-packed, excitement-filled venues, the following link will give you all the information you need to plan your visit: www.acbda.bm/transport.
The 35th America’s Cup is one of the largest and most prestigious sporting events in the world and by far the largest event Bermuda has ever hosted. The 35th America’s Cup Event Village is housed on Cross Island in the Royal Naval Dockyard and the event will run from May 26, 2017 to June 27, 2017.
The Royal Naval Dockyard will be open for business as usual during the events – if your visiting the Event Village you can continue the fun in Dockyard after or before via free shuttle between the Village and Dockyard running every 15 minutes. Review our line up of weekly events to plan your trip to The West End – click HERE.
For all other transportation information, please visit: www.acbda.bm/transport
GETTING AROUND DOCKYARD
Everything in Dockyard is within easy walking distance but if you feel like taking it easy, there are some fun alternatives.
Let the train take the strain! In the summer months, our free trolley shuttle service winds from the ship around Dockyard allowing you to hop on and off at the major attractions, shops and restaurants.
Glide around on a revolutionary Segway, listening to a guided tour on your wireless headset. The environmentally friendly Segway is the only vehicle allowed to tour the historic Maritime Museum.
GETTING AROUND THE ISLAND
Ride the Ferry
Hop aboard a high-speed Sea Express catamaran ferry – they will whisk you from Dockyard to Hamilton or back in about 20 minutes. During the summer there is a direct ferry to and from St. George’s.
Tickets and passes are available at the Visitor Information Centres.
For more details, call the Ferry Terminal at 441-295-4506 for up to date information and schedules please visit Sea Express
Go by Bus
Enjoy a leisurely, scenic journey by taking the #7 or #8 Bermuda Breeze bus.
The #7 bus travels via the scenic South Shore, while the #8 goes via Middle Road.
Tickets and passes are available for the Public Bus Service at the Visitor Information Centres.
For bus information, call the Central Bus Terminal at 441-292-3851 or click here for up to date routes and schedules.
Buses are not wheelchair accessible.
Rent a Scooter
If you’re traveling by scooter, simply head west on Middle Road or South Shore – and keep on going until you enter the Dockyard gates at the end of the Island! For a scenic bonus, turn off and follow the Railway Trail just west of Somerset Bridge for spectacular views across the Great Sound. Remember we drive on the left in Bermuda, our speed limit is 35kph (about 22 mph) and you must wear a helmet.
Rent a scooter from Oleander Cycles, Bermuda’s premiere scooter rental facility. They operate from right inside Dockyard and four other locations around the Island, all open seven days a week. The safety-conscious staff at Oleander will give you plenty of safety tips before you take to the road.
Mini Buses and Taxis
Available for Private Transportation To All Destinations Across Bermuda.
Taxi rates in Bermuda are regulated by the Government of Bermuda. Taxis provide both metered Taxi rides as well as Sightseeing Tours. They provide a more personal and intimate way of visiting Bermuda’s attractions.
For more information on Taxi Rates and Services contact the Visitor Information Center.
Bermuda provides privately operated Minibuses. The Minibuses are regulated by the Government of Bermuda, and will provide both single rides as well as Sightseeing Tours. Minibuses are an excellent alternative for large groups wishing to visit Bermuda’s attractions.
For more information on Minibus Rates and Services contact the Visitor Information Center.
Visitor Information Center Contact Number:
Call: 441-296-9400 or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org