The photo above is what one of the ferries looks like when we were boarding. There are restrooms on board the ferry as well.
TIP: Consider taking the ferry into Hamilton or St. George's and then take a taxi or public bus from there. You will have to do the math for the number of people in your party to see if this is cost effective for you. Rentals cars are not allowed by visitors.
It's awesome to look back at your cruise ship while you speed away on the ferry. You can sit inside in comfy chairs or you can sit outside and let the wind whisk through your hair. You may see more by sitting outside.
We found the rate for the ferry to be reasonable - especially when comparing it to the cost of a taxi. When we were there in May 2017 the adult 1-day rate was $19.00 usd and adult 2-day pass was $31.50 | Children age 5-15 were $9.50 for a 1-day pass and $16.00 for a 2-day pass. Children under 5 yrs are complimentary. You take the specific color of ferry according to where you want to go in Bermuda.
Cheer - Judy
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