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Trip Report The best way to experience Bermuda by sea.

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How to see the best of Bermuda's waters. This itinerary will show you how easy it is to see the all of the hotspots off the land: best snorkelling spots, shipwrecks, coral reefs & more.

1. Lemon Tree Cafe

Start off at the best breakfast place Lemon Tree has to offer. Cute little cafe that provides homecooked breakfasts in Hamilton

2. Jessie James Cruises

Head down to the Flag Pole, Front Street in Hamilton to check into your day cruise with Jessie James. I recommend booking their services in advance especially in high season. They have a glassbottom boat that will take you out for the day to see the very best snorkelling spots and ship wrecks. They do a nice job because the guides are local and the boat doesn't take more than 16 people.

3. Snorkel Bermuda

Even if you're not the most confident swimmer they are able to make you feel comfortable enough to snorkel. Do not miss out on this! The crystal clear waters and beautiful coral reefs make it one of the best things to do in Bermuda.

4. Barracuda Grill

You will be hungry after a day at sea! Barracuda has some great local seafood.

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