Summer sailing to Bermuda from $379

by  Amber Nolan | May 22, 2009
Bermuda pink sand beach
Bermuda pink sand beach / dimarik/iStock

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Bermuda has long been the off-shore island playground for East Coast city dwellers, but sailing here has always been a bit pricey. A growing interest in Bermuda itineraries has allowed more cruise lines to add this pink-sand paradise to their sailing schedules. More competition, combined with the recent trend of sailing from close-to-home ports, translates to some unprecedented low prices – like this 5-day summer sailing from Baltimore. Brochure rates for this cruise clock in at $1,469, but you can snag rates from as low as $379 – that’s up to 72% off!

What makes this deal even sweeter is while many itineraries include King’s Wharf, this 5-nighter docks for two days in the less visited – and more centrally located – St. George’s, which veterans cruisers tend to favor over the latter. This vibrant city is one of the oldest settlements in the New World, and is well known for its harbor and historic town square. There will be plenty to do onboard the ship as well- the Norwegian Majesty boasts numerous lounges, a piano bar, theater, casino, and children’s splash pool. The ship sails August 23 with interior cabins priced from $379, and oceanview staterooms are available starting from $544.

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