New York to Bermuda and Back: A Historic Maritime Voyage
Learn the story of Bermuda through lectures and presentations as you sail the Eastern Seaboard. On the island, explore the landmarks and pristine shores that give Bermuda its identity.
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Program No. 21514RJ
8 days
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At a Glance

Sail the 669 nautical miles from New York to Bermuda to discover this island nation’s blend of history and natural beauty. Begin in St. George’s, the oldest continuously inhabited English town in the New World, which just celebrated its 400th anniversary in 2012. Learn about Bermuda’s ecologically rich environments, delve into the history of the Royal Navy’s North American Station and enjoy access to the beautiful gardens and historic homes Bermuda has to offer.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Enjoy a classic maritime voyage, round-trip from New York to Bermuda, with fascinating presentations about Bermuda’s history and wildlife en route.
  • Enjoy a visit to the Verdmont House Museum, one of Bermuda's most historic buildings.
  • Explore St. Georges, Hamilton and the Royal Navy Dockyard with our own local expert.

General Notes

This voyage combines Road Scholar’s trademark education and camaraderie with access to Norwegian Cruise Line’s wide variety of activities and dining and entertainment options. While you’ll spend much of your time with the Road Scholar group, please consider that you’ll be on a large ocean liner with passengers of all ages when deciding if this program is right for you. Due to the nature of this program, listening devices are not available.
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