By Raj Bhattacharya
Raj, a seasoned travel writer and Bermuda destination expert, has extensive global travel experience. This website reflects his profound insights, garnered over nearly two decades of dedicated findings and research on the island. Raj has assisted countless Bermuda-bound visitors by providing direct, personalized responses to their queries and imparting his wealth of knowledge through this platform. This site serves as an indispensable guide for those seeking informed and reliable insights into Bermuda's treasures.
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Visitors' Reviews and Comments
Euell Nielsen (March 2015)
While visiting my family in Bermuda last year, we stumbled upon the Royal Naval Cemetery. Normally cemeteries are a sad dismal place anyway, but American cemeteries do not have such information listed on our headstones. I have never seen so many children's graves in my life. Those tiny graves touched me so deeply, as well as reading about mothers who died giving birth and those who died days apart from their children. I found myself sobbing. It was a very sad but beautiful place to visit.
Grahame Vass (August 2014)
Good day, We are staying at the Grotto Bay Resort from 22nd April 2015 for a week and would like to visit my Great, Great Grandfathers grave in the Royal Naval Graveyard in Sandys Parish. Please can you advise the best/quickest way to get there and back. Bus to Hamilton City and a bus to the Sandys Parish or bus to St George and a ferry to the dockyard? Or maybe another way? Any advice at all would help greatly. (Grave is near
the Gazebo). Thanking you and best regards from the UK
Raj (bermuda-attractions.com) August 2014
Hi, take a bus to Hamilton (#10, 11, 1 or 3... about 35 minutes) and then take the blue route ferry to dockyard (20 minutes). The ferry from St George has limited runs and it does not operate on weekends. From the dockyard, the Royal Naval Cemetery is about 25 minutes walk. Alternatively take Bus #7 or 8 from dockyard.