The transparent hull of this glass-bottomed boat is your window on Bermuda’s underwater world. This trip will take you around the island’s western edge, where the water is ripe with fish and shipwrecks. You’ll get to see part of the reef that dots and dashes its way around the island. It may look pretty, but this coral has been responsible for more than 300 shipwrecks in history. Bermuda is a hot spot for marine life. Blue angel fish, parrot fish and stripy sergeant major fish are among the most-sighted breeds. If you’re lucky, you might even spot a sea turtle in the sea gardens, closer to the island’s shore. Saving the best for last, your boat trip will end at the Vixen shipwreck. This British ship sunk here in the 18th century and its bow still pokes out of the water, as if it’s trying to resurrect itself.
This tour is available on both days that the ship docks in Bermuda - you can choose from either Sunday afternoon at 1.30pm, or Monday morning at 10am.
- SUITABILITY Little physical activity.