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  • Free nights in Bermuda (on min 3 night booking) with Expedia! {click} If you are in Dockyard, there is only one place to watch the world go by as you enjoy a meal or a drink! Bonefish Bar & Grill and The Boner Bar. Chef Livio Ferigo has devised a large and varied menu for …

  • The Louis Vuitton America’s Cup Qualifiers are now just over four months away. This may be practice, but the real thing starts soon, so undertaking the discipline of a simulated race day is something the competitors are taking seriously.

    Iain Murray, the Regatta Director, has come out before to set up the race courses, continue to learn more about the venue and the weather, and conduct racing that gives the teams an opportunity to line up against each other.

  • The Louis Vuitton America’s Cup Qualifiers are now just over four months away. This may be practice, but the real thing starts soon, so undertaking the discipline of a simulated race day is something the competitors are taking seriously.

    Iain Murray, the Regatta Director, has come out before to set up the race courses, continue to learn more about the venue and the weather, and conduct racing that gives the teams an opportunity to line up against each other.

  • The Louis Vuitton America’s Cup Qualifiers are now just over four months away. This may be practice, but the real thing starts soon, so undertaking the discipline of a simulated race day is something the competitors are taking seriously.

    Iain Murray, the Regatta Director, has come out before to set up the race courses, continue to learn more about the venue and the weather, and conduct racing that gives the teams an opportunity to line up against each other.

  • The Louis Vuitton America’s Cup Qualifiers are now just over four months away. This may be practice, but the real thing starts soon, so undertaking the discipline of a simulated race day is something the competitors are taking seriously.

    Iain Murray, the Regatta Director, has come out before to set up the race courses, continue to learn more about the venue and the weather, and conduct racing that gives the teams an opportunity to line up against each other.

  • The Louis Vuitton America’s Cup Qualifiers are now just over four months away. This may be practice, but the real thing starts soon, so undertaking the discipline of a simulated race day is something the competitors are taking seriously.

    Iain Murray, the Regatta Director, has come out before to set up the race courses, continue to learn more about the venue and the weather, and conduct racing that gives the teams an opportunity to line up against each other.

  • The Louis Vuitton America’s Cup Qualifiers are now just over four months away. This may be practice, but the real thing starts soon, so undertaking the discipline of a simulated race day is something the competitors are taking seriously.

    Iain Murray, the Regatta Director, has come out before to set up the race courses, continue to learn more about the venue and the weather, and conduct racing that gives the teams an opportunity to line up against each other.

  • The Louis Vuitton America’s Cup Qualifiers are now just over four months away. This may be practice, but the real thing starts soon, so undertaking the discipline of a simulated race day is something the competitors are taking seriously.

    Iain Murray, the Regatta Director, has come out before to set up the race courses, continue to learn more about the venue and the weather, and conduct racing that gives the teams an opportunity to line up against each other.

  • The Louis Vuitton America’s Cup Qualifiers are now just over four months away. This may be practice, but the real thing starts soon, so undertaking the discipline of a simulated race day is something the competitors are taking seriously.

    Iain Murray, the Regatta Director, has come out before to set up the race courses, continue to learn more about the venue and the weather, and conduct racing that gives the teams an opportunity to line up against each other.

  • The Louis Vuitton America’s Cup Qualifiers are now just over four months away. This may be practice, but the real thing starts soon, so undertaking the discipline of a simulated race day is something the competitors are taking seriously.

    Iain Murray, the Regatta Director, has come out before to set up the race courses, continue to learn more about the venue and the weather, and conduct racing that gives the teams an opportunity to line up against each other.

  • The Louis Vuitton America’s Cup Qualifiers are now just over four months away. This may be practice, but the real thing starts soon, so undertaking the discipline of a simulated race day is something the competitors are taking seriously.

    Iain Murray, the Regatta Director, has come out before to set up the race courses, continue to learn more about the venue and the weather, and conduct racing that gives the teams an opportunity to line up against each other.

  • The Louis Vuitton America’s Cup Qualifiers are now just over four months away. This may be practice, but the real thing starts soon, so undertaking the discipline of a simulated race day is something the competitors are taking seriously.

    Iain Murray, the Regatta Director, has come out before to set up the race courses, continue to learn more about the venue and the weather, and conduct racing that gives the teams an opportunity to line up against each other.

  • The team arrived back in Bermuda on January 2nd returning from a much-deserved two-week holiday – a chance for many members to travel back home and spend time with family prior to the final intensive testing period currently starting up.

  • The team arrived back in Bermuda on January 2nd returning from a much-deserved two-week holiday – a chance for many members to travel back home and spend time with family prior to the final intensive testing period currently starting up.

  • The team arrived back in Bermuda on January 2nd returning from a much-deserved two-week holiday – a chance for many members to travel back home and spend time with family prior to the final intensive testing period currently starting up.

  • The team arrived back in Bermuda on January 2nd returning from a much-deserved two-week holiday – a chance for many members to travel back home and spend time with family prior to the final intensive testing period currently starting up.

  • The team arrived back in Bermuda on January 2nd returning from a much-deserved two-week holiday – a chance for many members to travel back home and spend time with family prior to the final intensive testing period currently starting up.

  • The team arrived back in Bermuda on January 2nd returning from a much-deserved two-week holiday – a chance for many members to travel back home and spend time with family prior to the final intensive testing period currently starting up.

  • The team arrived back in Bermuda on January 2nd returning from a much-deserved two-week holiday – a chance for many members to travel back home and spend time with family prior to the final intensive testing period currently starting up.

  • The team arrived back in Bermuda on January 2nd returning from a much-deserved two-week holiday – a chance for many members to travel back home and spend time with family prior to the final intensive testing period currently starting up.

  • The team arrived back in Bermuda on January 2nd returning from a much-deserved two-week holiday – a chance for many members to travel back home and spend time with family prior to the final intensive testing period currently starting up.

  • The team arrived back in Bermuda on January 2nd returning from a much-deserved two-week holiday – a chance for many members to travel back home and spend time with family prior to the final intensive testing period currently starting up.

  • The team arrived back in Bermuda on January 2nd returning from a much-deserved two-week holiday – a chance for many members to travel back home and spend time with family prior to the final intensive testing period currently starting up.

  • The team arrived back in Bermuda on January 2nd returning from a much-deserved two-week holiday – a chance for many members to travel back home and spend time with family prior to the final intensive testing period currently starting up.

  • News about Groupama Team France's new equipment. It has arrived in Bermuda!

    Groupama Team France has taken delivery of their AC50 hulls built in part in Switzerland by Décision. They have been at the Multiplast-Groupe Carboman facility to be assembled with the parts already built – being the pod and the beams. The team says via social media is to have stopped sailing their…

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Bermuda Tourism Down in 2015

December 28, 2015 - Author: bdadmin
Bermuda sees a drop in tourism, again.

Bermuda sees a drop in tourism, again.

Bermuda is seeing continued tourism struggles in 2015, according to the latest data from the Caribbean Tourism Organization.

The island’s tourism arrivals are down 3.3 percent so far in the January-August period, according to the latest CTO data.

A total of 158,570 stay over tourists visited the island in that period; the winter season showed a 5.4 percent reduction in tourist arrivals, with a 2.4 percent drop in the summer season.

That was driven in part by a 17 percent reduction in Canadian tourism and a 13.2 percent fall-off from markets outside the US, UK, Canada and Europe.

Europe was the strongest market for Bermuda in the period, with a 14.9 percent increase in 2015.

source:  caribjournal.com

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11 Reasons Bermuda Is The Easy Getaway You Need In 2015

January 12, 2015 - Author: bdadmin

It was nice to see this article at the Huffington Post today!

11 Reasons Bermuda Is The Easy Getaway You Need In 2015

Bermuda Holidays from the UK.

Travel to Bermuda and see the beautiful pink beaches.

The Huffington Post | By Suzy Strutner

When the weather outside is frightful, there’s only one thing to do: escape to an exotic isle. (Well, first you should make a melty skillet cookie. But then it’s time for a exotic isle.)

And while you’d think prices would be painfully high for an island vacation, the truth is they are not… if that island is Bermuda, at least. Just a hop, skip and puddle jump from the East Coast, this beautiful, 24-mile paradise in the Atlantic offers delicious food, postcard-worthy beaches and friendly locals.

In short, it’s the greatest escape we can possibly think of at a time like this. Here are a few reasons to put Bermuda on your winter to-do list.

1. It’s easy to get to, and decently cheap.
That’s right: After about a 120-minute flight from the East Coast, the view out your plane window goes from gray and dreary to festive pops of blue water, green trees and pink-and-yellow Bermudian beach houses. Never has there been an easier commute to paradise. (Flight prices are generally reasonable in wintertime, too.)

Travel from Britain to Bermuda.

Travel to Bermuda from the United Kingdom.

2. The beaches are utterly pristine.
The water is warm and turquoise blue, everything you’ve wanted in a beachy destination. Bermuda is famous for its assortment of hidden coves and islets.

3. Fish chowder is the yummiest winter meal… even if you’re eating it in total sunshine. This is not your grandma’s clam chowder — it’s something you’ll have to go only to Bermuda to taste. With fresh fish, Worcestershire sauce and a rum kick, it’s a yummy (if unexpected) winter meal.

4. You can trek, spa and swim to your heart’s content.
Whether a walk around the island, a hot stone massage at one of plentiful spas, a game of tennis or simply a swim, there’s plenty to do on this island of happiness.

5. Flanagan’s Irish Pub is a little slice of the U.K., without trekking to the U.K.
This Irish bar on busy Front Street has beers on tap, live music and a clientele that loves cricket matches. It’s everything you need to remember you’re in a British overseas territory.

Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity (Church Of England) Hamilton, Bermuda.

Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity (Church Of England) Hamilton, Bermuda.

6. Bermuda is home to some of the best island golf.
Golfweek has consistently named The Mid Ocean Club as one of the top golf courses in Mexico and the Caribbean. (We know, we know: Bermuda is not technically part of the Caribbean, but many choose to ignore this.) Port Royal and Rosewood Tucker’s Point also have excellent holes, with views of the Atlantic Ocean to boot.

7. Oh, and it’s also home to some of the world’s best alcohol.
Gosling’s Black Seal rum is the prized ingredient in both Rum Swizzle (a local specialty) and the Dark ‘n’ Stormy (an internationally famous cocktail in its own right, which got its start in Bermuda). Bacardi is headquartered here, too, so you know the drinks are always prime.

8. Bermudians are some of the nicest islanders out there.
Visitors hail Bermuda as one of the friendliest places in the Caribbean (again, we are aware that it’s not technically in the Caribbean). Controversy or not, it seems like everyone is always smiling here — especially during their many island parades.

Gosling's Black Seal Rum from Bermuda. Main ingredient in Dark & Stormy and Black & Coke.

Gosling’s Black Seal Rum from Bermuda. Main ingredient in Dark & Stormy and Black & Coke.

9. They also have a secret way of gambling, and it’s totally addictive.
Historically, gambling is not allowed in Bermuda (though that may change soon), but it doesn’t mean there aren’t ways to make some side cash. Try a round of Crown and Anchor, a dice game played during the annual cricket tournament called Cup Match.

10. The hotels are all top-notch.
From beach clubs to hotels to inns, there are options both right on the sand and a “stone’s throw” away, with ocean views. They’re all utterly beautiful — especially The Reefs, ranked one of the world’s top hotels.

11. And what’s better than pink sand during a white winter?
Crushed coral and shells give the sand on Bermuda beaches an impressively pink color… which totally beats sludgy gray snow any day!

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