Spellbound Bermuda Private Motor Boat Charter
Duration: Half Day / Full Day
This unforgettable cruise will undoubtedly leave you spellbound as you sail across the sparkling azure waters of the Atlantic Ocean on a private motor boat charter, marvelling at Bermuda’s stunning scenery and marine life on the way. This is one of the most relaxing and peaceful tours on the island.
Bermuda has long been a popular destination for sailing and fishing, boasting beautiful landscapes, paradise beaches and serene waters. In fact, famous writer Mark Twain was once quoted as saying this idyllic archipelago is "a magnificent Heaven on Earth." Bermuda is often regarded as one main island but it is actually a series of 138 islands nestled in the North Atlantic Ocean, shaped like a fishhook when viewed from the air.
There are numerous boat tours to choose from during your holiday in Bermuda, but private motor boats often give you more freedom. This particular tour departs from Hamilton, where you will climb aboard the Spellbound, a 75' Italian Motor Boat, and sail out onto Bermuda’s crystal clear still waters in style. Accommodating up to 40 guests, including 30 for dinner, this elegant vessel in the perfect choice for a comfortable and relaxing cruise. The design is spacious, offering large decks and seating areas with sun pads and deck chairs.
Relax and sunbathe under the glorious Bermudan sun, enjoying a refreshing cocktail or two from the fully stocked bar. If you need to escape the heat, comfortable couches are available in a cool, air-conditioned environment in the main salon. The bar has a great atmosphere for evening cruises, and is perfect for dinner parties. A formal eating area is also available in the salon. The Spellbound is an excellent charter vessel for both large and small groups, offering many options to choose from. You can charter the boat for the day, evening or just for an hour. The choice is entirely up to you.
One of the great things about sailing in Bermuda is that you are never too far away from the coast. Feel the sun on your face and the breeze in your hair as you glide leisurely around Bermuda’s coral islands, past colourful waterfront properties, enchanting secluded coves, beautiful pink sandy beaches and sparkling turquoise lagoons.
You are also likely to spot native marine life on the way, including many fish species and schools of dolphins. Watch them swimming alongside the boat or performing playful acrobatics above the waves. Depending on the time available, stop and anchor near a deserted beach and swim or snorkel in the ocean. Exploring the beauty above and below Bermuda’s alluring waters is an experience not to be missed.
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