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Bad news for visitors to Bermuda

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There have been significant cutbacks made in the ferry service in Bermuda. Like many visitors I enjoy riding the ferries and vastly prefer them as a method of transport to cabs or buses. I have just learned the changes include elimination of the Pink route (Warwick-Paget) on weekends. It is such a shame and I can only imagine how this decision will hurt so many lovely guesthouses and inns (Fourways, Granaway, Watercolours).
If you are planning to rely on ferries for transport in Bermuda, check the new schedules before you book!

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