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Kings Warf Catamaran Cruise, Snorkel & Refreshments
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Kings Warf Catamaran Cruise, Snorkel & Refreshments

Sail around Bermuda's scenic coastline with this catamaran cruise departing from Kings Wharf. Listen to your captain's commentary on the history and culture of Bermuda as you sail toward your destination, a snorkeling spot on the island's reef. Jump in using the provided equipment to explore and spot some of the animals your captain mentioned in his talk. Other flotation devices are available for those who wish to swim and lounge. Wind up with some refreshments on your sail back to Kings Wharf.
USD 136.03 per adult
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William D wrote a review Mar 2020
Charleston, South Carolina51 contributions5 helpful votes
Lovely refurbished building. Still in use as a town meeting hall. The New Year's Eve Onion Drop is in front of the building,
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Date of experience: January 2020
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154rox wrote a review Jan 2020
Stamford, Connecticut45 contributions7 helpful votes
You can smell the cedar when you walk in, and the fixtures are all in nice condition and the small art gallery has a fantastic exhibit of a local artist who was also the historian and town crier for many years Worth walking through
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Date of experience: January 2020
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klmclaren@hotmail.com wrote a review Nov 2019
5 contributions3 helpful votes
We met at the Town Hall, Cryer and all, to be introduced to the Rev. Lorne Bean who took us round his home town. He made it very interesting and time passed quickly. Then it was time to DUCK the wench who was guilty of being a gossip and a nag. She went in the harbour about five times.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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LordHampton wrote a review Nov 2019
Mount Brydges, Canada38 contributions7 helpful votes
This remains the “Town Hall” of St. George’s and one that the locals are rightfully proud of. Lots of history and things to be proud of. Well done, St. George’s!
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Date of experience: November 2019
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PiratesofCroydon wrote a review Nov 2019
London, United Kingdom142 contributions87 helpful votes
This is an excellent spot for a selfie/facebook picture also the stocks close by. Gives a good idea of the history. Also close to pub pictureesque docking area.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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