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Getting to Bermuda

A 21-square-mile island in the Atlantic Ocean, Bermuda is easily reached by plane, cruise ship or private vessel. Pick your path below to get essential travel information.

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No matter how you plan to get to Bermuda, follow this guide to make sure your travels are smooth and hassle-free.

Also, learn about passport, immigration and customs requirements, see options for transportation and getting around the island and get helpful travel basics and tips for your Bermuda getaway.

2 By Air

Fly to Bermuda for the ultimate island experience. Many first-time visitors are surprised to learn that Bermuda is a 90-minute non-stop flight from NYC, less than a 3-hour flight from most U.S. East Coast travel hubs and a 7-hour flight from London. Returning home is a breeze for U.S. visitors, as Bermuda has Global Entry and travellers clear U.S. Customs in Bermuda. For airline information check out this guide to getting to Bermuda by plane.

3 By Cruise Ship

Several cruise lines travel to Bermuda from April-November. If you're considering visiting the island as part of your cruise, this guide to getting to Bermuda by cruise ship will tell you what you need to know.

4 By Private Vessel

If you're fortunate enough to chart your own course to Bermuda, you'll join a long tradition of sailors from around the world who have made the voyage and fallen in love with the island. Read this essential information for incoming yachts and other private vessels.