Cruise to Bermuda from Norfolk VA 2015

There is a cruise to Bermuda from Norfolk Virginia in 2015. It is a one-week cruise on Carnival Cruise Line. It leaves October 23, 2015, which is a Friday.

This Carnival cruise from Norfolk to Bermuda is on the Carnival Splendor ship. It leaves 5:00 PM on Friday, and spends Saturday and Sunday at sea. The ship arrives at Bermuda at 8:00 AM on Monday. It is scheduled to depart from Bermuda at 4:00 on Wednesday. Thursday is a day at sea. Arrival back in Norfolk is 8:00 AM on Friday.

Norfolk is an interesting departure port because there are attractions to visit nearby. In Norfolk itself you can tour the Norfolk Naval Base, which is the largest in the world. Another highlight is the Chrysler Museum of Art. On the other side of the James River from Norfolk are the historic towns of Williamsburg and Yorktown, Virginia. They are well worth a visit.


California to Bermuda Cruise

Are there cruises from California to Bermuda? Not really, but technically yes.

Okay, that's a cryptic answer. There is a cruise that goes from Los Angeles to Bermuda. The catch is that it's a world cruise. The 111-day world cruise on Princess Cruises departs from LA on January 2016, and among the many places it stops is Bermuda.

So technically the cruise does go to Bermuda from California, and it's even a round-trip voyage. But it takes the long way around the world to get there.

Learn all about cruises from California. There are 3 departure ports in the golden state, and voyages to a multitude of destinations.


Cruise from Charleston SC to Bermuda

We boarded the cruise ship downtown, close to all of the historic attractions. We were off on a Bermuda cruise from Charleston SC. The occasion was my wife's birthday. She's the cruise nut in the family, but I enjoy them too.

Our documents were all in order and boarding was surprisingly swift. We've been on other trips that were quite slow. The luggage quickly made its way to our stateroom and we were off.

The Atlantic was fortunately calm. Most of the time there was hardly a ripple of waves. Unusual, but we'll accept our luck happily.

On the way to Bermuda my wife took advantage of the ship's spa and I hit the fitness center every morning. At night we went to the live show, which was only fair, and caught a movie in the theater.

The food on the ship is the usual cruise fare. It's mass-produced and showy, but not exactly healthy. We went with the flow and enjoyed it as much as we could, but we didn't pig out like many passengers do.

Bermuda we docked at King's Wharf. That's at the far end of the islands, away from the two main towns. There are shuttles into the towns so that's no big deal.

We walked around to the many historic sites. They're well worth exploring. Bermuda and Charleston have a similar history that is very interesting. We also spent a day on the beach. The sand is sort of a pink color, but not in a dramatic way. I played nine holes of golf one afternoon.

All in all, our vacation cruise to Bermuda was a smashing success. We'll definitely return some day.


Dancing with the Stars on a Bermuda Cruise

Holland America Line's fun Dancing With the Stars at Sea theme cruises include a Bermuda cruise in 2015. Professional dancers and celebrities will be on board to entertain the audience with dances from the show and new routines too. The theme cruise also includes dancing lessons, a fashion show, and chances to meet the dancers and celebs.

The Bermuda cruise departs from Boston on June 6, 2015. The 7-day cruise will be docked in Bermuda for 3 nights.

That's a special theme cruise, but every Holland America cruise offers dance lessons and a Dancing with the Stars: At Sea contest for you to compete in.


Disney Cruise to Bermuda

It would be wonderful if there were cruises to Bermuda on Disney Cruise Line. Unfortunately, there aren't any at this time. As this family-oriented cruise line grows it might expand operations to more destinations.

Disney cruises attract families with young children. Their big programs and facilities for entertaining kids are the best. The Disney experience is woven into the staterooms and dining rooms too.

While the kids are off enjoying themselves, their parents can have fun in the special adults-only places onboard.

We will post more information if Disney Cruise Line announces Bermuda cruises.


Cheap Last-Minute Bermuda Cruise

Norwegian Cruise Line offers an amazing last-minute deal on a cruise to Bermuda. The 7-day cruise from Boston is priced from just $349 (per person). It departs October 24, 2014.

This cheap voyage embarks Friday afternoon and arrives in Bermuda on Sunday morning. The ship docks at Kings Wharf. It leaves Bermuda Tuesday afternoon, and arrives back in Boston Friday morning.

You'll sail on the Norwegian Dawn ship. It features a spa, fitness center, casino, pools, live entertainment every night, youth programs for kids, and 6 free dining options (plus several specialty restaurants).


2015 Cruises to Bermuda

There are 101 Bermuda cruises in 2015. The busiest month is May, with 22 cruises scheduled. That's the real beginning of the season. Only 3 cruises are available in April.

The high season continues right through the summer. There are 18 cruises in June, 19 in July, and 18 in August. Autumn brings 9 more cruises in September and 12 in October.

Voyages on Norwegian Cruise Line, Royal Caribbean and Celebrity dominate the Bermuda cruise calendar.

Cruises to Bermuda in October

October is the final month of the Bermuda cruise season. There are just 7 cruises this month on 2 cruise lines (Royal Caribbean and Norwegian).

Weather is good in Bermuda this time of year. The average high temperature in October is 81 degrees. That's still beach weather.

The trips depart from Boston, Baltimore and New Jersey. 4 of the 7 available are out of Boston on the Norwegian Dawn cruise ship.

Cruise to Bermuda

Popular Bermuda cruises depart from several ports on the United States east coast. The beautiful islands of Bermuda are relatively nearby, and the weather is wonderful in the summer. Attractions include pink sand beaches, historic towns, fine snorkeling, and some of the world's most famous golf courses. Bermuda cruise passengers avoid the high cost of hotels.

The Bermuda cruise season is from April to November. Cruise from Boston, New York, Cape Liberty, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Charleston or Fort Lauderdale to Bermuda.

The best website for information is the Bermuda Cruises Guide. It has a complete up-to-date calendar of cruises to Bermuda, and all you need to know about the cruises by departure port and by cruise line. is the only complete resource out there.


Bermuda Cruises 2006 Announcement

There will be 170 Bermuda cruises in 2006. The cruises will depart from Boston, New York, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Charleston, and Fort Lauderdale.

The Norwegian Majesty cruises from Boston to Bermuda will continue, and it will cruise from Charleston to Bermuda in October and November. The Celebrity Cruises Zenith and the Royal Caribbean Explorer of the Seas will cruise from Cape Liberty in New Jersey to Bermuda.

The Royal Caribbean Empress of the Seas, sailing from Philadelphia will arrive in St. George's on Mondays. The Norwegian Cruise Line Crown, sailing from Philadelphia and New York will return to Bermuda on Tuesdays. The Grandeur of the Seas cruises from Baltimore and will berth at the Royal Naval Dockyard.

The Costa Magica will make two cruises to Bermuda from Fort Lauderdale in April of 2006. The deluxe Seven Seas Navigator will also sail from Port Everglades to Bermuda in April.

Stops in Bermuda during longer cruises will be made by the Crown Princess, Jewel of the Seas, Golden Princess, Carnival Legend, Holland America Noordam, and other ships. 2006 looks like an excellent year for Bermuda cruises.


Passport Required for Bermuda Cruises

Beginning January 1, 2007 travelers from the United States must have a passport to cruise to Bermuda. This is a new requirement and some cruise passengers are going to be caught unaware. Don't be one of them. Get your passport early, there is probably going to be a rush to get them at the end of this year.

It's not difficult to get a passport. Just go to the State Department's passport website and follow the instructions.


Bermuda cruises from Brooklyn

Princess Cruises' new Crown Princess will cruise from Brooklyn to Bermuda in 2006. The first cruise of the Crown Princess will be in June of 2006, and will be Princess' first ever roundtrip Caribbean sailing from New York. The ship's first season will feature nine-day roundtrip voyages to the Eastern and Western Caribbean. Through October 18, 2006, Crown Princess will offer 10 eastern Caribbean cruises with visits to Bermuda, San Juan, St. Thomas and Grand Turk in the Turks and Caicos Islands.

crown princess

Bermuda cruises from Fort Lauderdale

Costa Cruises has announced that it will offer two cruises to Bermuda from Port Everglades (Fort Lauderdale) in April of 2006. These 7-night cruises on the Costa Magica depart April 21 and 28. Priced from $799.

Enjoy this unique adventure as you set sail for the islands of Bermuda and the Bahamas. Spend two days in Hamilton, the capital of Bermuda and experience the pink sand beaches, historic forts and incredible shopping on this tropical hideaway. Then it's on to Nassau where you can shop in the famous Straw Market.

Costa is the Italian cruise line owned by Carnival Corporation. Two of their ships cruise from Port Everglades in the winter and spring months.


Bermuda Cruises Norfolk

norfolk to bermuda cruiseBermuda cruises are returning to Norfolk, Virginia. Royal Caribbean has announced that the Empress of the Seas will voyage out of the port beginning in April of 2007. The 7-day cruises to Bermuda will depart every Saturday through July.

Norfolk's impressive new cruise terminal is expected to be complete in time to welcome Bermuda cruise passengers.


Another Port Everglades to Bermuda Cruise

I've discovered another cruise to Bermuda from Port Everglades (Fort Lauderdale). On April 7, 2006, the Radisson Seven Seas Navigator will sail from Fort Lauderdale to Port Canaveral, FL; Savannah, GA; Charleston, SC; Hamilton, Bermuda; and Nassau, Bahamas. Enjoy historic southern seaports and the beautiful islands of Bermuda and the Bahamas all on one vacation.

This 11-night cruise is a true luxury voyage. The Seven Seas Navigator is an all-suite, all-oceanview ship.

seven seas navigator


Celebrity Bermuda Cruises 2006

There are 27 Celebrity Cruises to Bermuda from April to October 2006. 7-day cruises from Cape Liberty in Bayonne NJ on the Celebrity Zenith dock at Hamilton and St George in Bermuda. You'll be in the best locations to take advantage of all the islands have to offer.

Celebrity Cruise BermudaEnjoy Celebrity Cruises' attentive service as you explore Bermuda's wonders. Ask about Celebrity's Bermuda cruises with a special golf package that includes a round of golf at Bermuda Hills Golf Course in Hamilton, a golf gift bag, seminar, and more. Follow-up your morning tee-time with the by taking in a croquet match, or simply laying back on those famous, soft pink sands.

The Celebrity Constellation also makes a 9-night Bermuda & Caribbean cruise. Leave from Bayonne and visit Hispaniola, Puerto Rico, St. Maarten, and Bermuda. Be treated famously on a Celebrity Bermuda Cruise in 2006.


Boston to Bermuda Cruises 2006

Bermuda is one of the most popular cruise destinations from Boston. Two cruise ships will sail Boston to Bermuda cruises in 2006.

The Norwegian Majesty will make 7-night Bermuda cruises from Boston from May to October in 2006. The ship docks at St. George, Bermuda.

The Royal Caribbean Jewel of the Seas will offer one Boston to Bermuda cruise in 2006. This is a repositioning cruise that will end in Fort Lauderdale. It will depart on October 31 and visit Bermuda, Puerto Rico, St Thomas, Curacao, and Aruba.


Bermuda Cruise from New York 2006

Only two cruise ship will sail from Manhattan to Bermuda in 2006. In past years there were many more cruises to the islands, but some of those have moved to Brooklyn and Bayonne, NJ.

The Norwegian Cruise Line Crown makes 7-day New York to Bermuda cruises. Visit St George, Hamilton and Kings Wharf in Bermuda. 19 departures from June 25 to October 22, 2006.

2006's other Bermuda cruise from New York is on the Carnival Legend. The 6-day cruise departs April 20, 2006. Spend two days at Kings Wharf in Bermuda, then visit Newport, Rhode Island before returning to Manhattan.


Bermuda Cruise Deals - Royal Caribbean early specials

Royal Caribbean is touting its current hot Bermuda cruise deals. Book now for early-bird savings on cruises from Philadelphia, Baltimore and Cape Liberty (Bayonne NJ) in 2006. These are 5- and 7-night cruises priced from $599.


Cruise Activities for Kids

Taking the entire family on a cruise is becoming very popular, and the cruise lines have created activities to keep kids and teens busy while parents have their own fun. Jennifer Huget wrote a comprehensive guide to cruise line offerings for youngsters in the Washington Post.

Casual "value" cruise lines like Disney and Carnival are the best bets for families. Carnival's new Club O2 for teens 15 to 17 sounds promising for parents of this tough age group. It's an almost-adult lineup of programs and hang-outs. Luxury lines, like Crystal or Cunard, are less accommodating to kids. Their target market is couples, not families.

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