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Bermuda - Are ships docked or moored?

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As I understand it, there are 3 cruise ship harbors in Bermuda - Hamilton, St. George's, and King's Wharf. Do ships tie up at docks in these port, so that you can walk-off to shore? Or do they moor off-shore, necessitating transport on a launch?

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