Saint George Transportation

  • Entrance channel from outside
    Entrance channel from outside
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  • First view - St. David
    First view - St. David
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  • Going around Ft. St. Catherine
    Going around Ft. St. Catherine
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Saint George Transportation

  • Maritime Transportation

    Saint George Transportation

    In the old days when there were smaller cruise ships, the ships often came into St. George to dock. The channel though which the cruise ships enter is at the eastern end next to the Paget Island. But the channel leading to St. George has narrowed down considerably and also become quite shallow. Only small to medium size passenger ships can enter...

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  • Taxi

    Saint George Transportation

    We only took a taxi once on the 2004 trip and that was to get to Ft. St. Catherine and we shared with 4 other couples. I actually took this picture primarily because of the cat. Every taxi is required by law to have a meter and a rate card posted. Fares will differ depending on the time of day. From 6am to 12am the approximate cost is $5 for the...

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  • Mini-Bus

    Saint George Transportation

    The mini-bus fare was $3 each. Everyone said that when the cruise ship was in, the mini-bus (who is an independant contractor and not connected with the regular Bermuda transportation system) would be at the stop every 15 minutes. This proved not to be exactly true. The mini-bus is actually kind of a group taxi. Local people call in and the van...

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  • Carriage Rides

    Saint George Transportation

    You can do a carriage ride as a part of the ship's tour. - This is NCL's excursion write-up: "ST. GEORGE CARRIAGE TOUR Approximate Duration: 1 1/2 hours This is an informative approximately 1 1/2-hour carriage sightseeing tour of the Old Town of St. George and its beautiful countryside. At the start of the tour you will be given a little history...

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  • Eve's Cycles St. Georges

    Saint George Transportation

    The big old bicycle is just for display I think. And a livery was originally the costume or insignia worn by the retainers of a feudal lord (often the coachmen) and so has come to mean the hiring out of horses and carriages or a livery stable. And from that, we get to a business that offers vehicles, such as automobiles or boats, for...

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