Bermuda Looking Glass Sightseeing Snorkel Cruises
Duration: Half Day
Bermuda Looking Glass Sightseeing Snorkel Cruise offer fantastic excursions to see the underwater wonders of Bermuda. The vessels have a glass bottom so you can witness the beauty of Bermuda both above and below the sea. See extraordinary marine life, large number of fish, colourful coral, and fascinating shipwrecks which add an historical element to your cruise.
On the Bermuda Looking Glass Sightseeing Snorkel Cruise you can discover Bermuda’s abundant marine life close up. The cruise provides quality snorkelling equipment and detailed instructions, as well as a guide to show you the marvels of the Atlantic. This cruise is unique in that it combines the fun of snorkelling with the awe and amazement of shipwrecks, corals and marine life. To have fish swim beneath and around you is an opportunity that should not be missed.
There are a number of different features and options to fit your holiday including a Night Cruise. As you board the Night Cruise you are greeted with a cocktail before the cruise sails off into the night to the Bermuda Triangle. The boat has lights beneath to ensure you can view the water and fish throughout the evening - a fascinating experience. The Night Cruise departs from Dockyard, Hamilton, Waterlot Inn and Southampton and lasts approximately two hours.
Another option is the Beachfront Snorkel Cruise.
On this excursion you can sit back and bathe in the sun on one of Bermuda’s beaches before snorkelling in the clear waters. The Beachfront Snorkel is a great introduction to the marine life and close-shore ship wrecks of Bermuda. The Triangle Ship Wreck Cruise visits some of Bermuda’s most impressive and interesting shipwrecks. You can see the wrecks through the glass bottom and even go snorkelling for a closer look.
No matter which cruise you choose from the Night Cruise to the Beachfront Snorkel, Bermuda Looking Glass Sightseeing Snorkel Cruise offers unique and exciting experiences to make your Bermuda holiday more memorable.
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