Old Bermuda photographs – Glass Lantern Slides by T. Enami & son Tamotsu in 1930s

1930s Bermuda photographs found in Japan! Shot by an unknown cameraman ca.1931-35, who was part of unknown group of tourists on what appears to be a cruise around the world. The slides are without caption or accompanying description, except for the T. ENAMI label appearing on all of them. The images were processed, printed on… Read More Old Bermuda photographs – Glass Lantern Slides by T. Enami & son Tamotsu in 1930s

Bermuda Shipwrecks featured on PBS once again

PBS’s recurring News Hour Programme has featured Bermuda’s shipwrecks for a second time during the Art and Culture segment. The topic is The Bermuda 100 Challenge, which is a joint initiative between the Bermuda Government’s Marine Heritage Section of the Department of Environment and Natural Resources, Look Bermuda and University of California San Diego’s Cultural… Read More Bermuda Shipwrecks featured on PBS once again

Bermuda America’s Cup officially comes to an end

America’s Cup Bermuda Ltd has begun final windup proceedings after completing a final audit. The ACBDA, the administrative team for the showpiece sailing event that came to Bermuda last summer, said it has completed all its objectives and come in under budget. Chairman Peter Durhager, who noted many people predicted Bermuda would not meet the… Read More Bermuda America’s Cup officially comes to an end

Adventures in Paradise… A trip to Bermuda draws an odd call from the government

by Will Fitzgibbon | source Having said cheerio a few days earlier to Bermuda and its sparkling pink beaches, immaculate streets, potent rum Swizzle cocktails, colorful shorts and dark kneesocks, I was back at my grey desk in Washington grinding through some incorporation records and bank statements when the phone rang. Bermuda’s Department of Immigration… Read More Adventures in Paradise… A trip to Bermuda draws an odd call from the government