Bermuda’s Beaches are Safe for Cruise Passengers

Bermuda Cruise News from cruisecritic Home > Cruise News > “Bermuda Beaches Safe for Cruise Passengers” Despite Advisory 22 April, 2014 Bermuda’s Beaches are Safe for Cruise Passengers Despite Advisory cruise-hamilton-kings-wharf-bermuda-beach (11:30 a.m. EDT) — Bermuda’s beaches are safe for swimming, according to a statement from the Bermuda Tourism Authority. An advisory, issued by the… Read More Bermuda’s Beaches are Safe for Cruise Passengers

The Bermuda shipwreck Montana featured on BBC

A Bermuda shipwreck has featured on a major UK TV series. The wreck of the ‘Nola’, which is also known as the Montana, appeared in the BBC programme about well-known Scottish-built vessels. The TV series, “Clydebuilt: The Ships that Made the Commonwealth”, is presented by Scottish actor and TV presenter David Hayman. The Montana sank in… Read More The Bermuda shipwreck Montana featured on BBC

Bermuda denies work permits to Rebecca Middleton documentary film crew

from the calgary herald, jamaican observer: HAMILTON, Bermuda – Bermuda has denied temporary work permits to a film crew working on a documentary about the unsolved slaying of a teenage Canadian tourist, Rebecca Middleton, in 1996. Citing “potential reputational risks,” Home Affairs Minister Michael Fahy said over the weekend that the Canadian production team was… Read More Bermuda denies work permits to Rebecca Middleton documentary film crew

180 applications received for Newport Bermuda Race

from Sail-World The Newport Bermuda Race deadline passed on April 1 with 180 applications for entry having been received for racing that will start on June 20 off Castle Hill in Newport. Broken down by the biennial race’s five divisions, the entries are: St. David’s Lighthouse, 91 boats; Gibbs Hill Lighthouse, 10; Cruiser, 36; Double-Handed,… Read More 180 applications received for Newport Bermuda Race

“Contaminated beaches”? | US warns about southshore beaches

[Press Release – March 31, 2014] The U.S. Consulate General in Hamilton, Bermuda, informs U.S. citizens of a public concern regarding the contamination of beaches.  A scientific study conducted in 2013 by the University of Laval, the Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences, the Bermuda Departments of Conservation, Health, and Environment, and the Bermuda Central Government… Read More “Contaminated beaches”? | US warns about southshore beaches