Completed in the 1820s, the former British fort now houses shops, restaurants, and art galleries. In the six-acre inner fortress known as the Keep, the Bermuda Maritime Museum displays artifacts ranging from 1878 sounding machines to harpoons and whale vertebrae. At Dolphin Quest, the museum's most popular program, ages five and older can swim with friendly bottlenoses. Newly opened, Snorkel Park is best for beginners, and features a marked trail as well as floating rest stations. Know that when cruise ships pull into port, the Dockyard's facilities quickly become crowded. –Candyce Stapen

 
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Address:
The Royal Naval Dockyard
Sandy's Parish,
Bermuda
Price: USD20 for snorkel gear


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Telephone Number: 441-234-6989
Email: snorkelpark@hotmail.com
Neighborhood: Sandy's Parish
Price Information: USD20 for snorkel gear
The details, dates, and prices mentioned here were accurate at the time of publication.

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