Boston to Bermuda

Best Of Times Travel
Proudly Presents

Golden Oldies Rock, Roll, & Remember Cruise:
Boston to Bermuda Cruise
A Best of Times Exclusive Program

Best of Times Travel Boston To BermudaMay 31st-June 7th, 2013
8 Days & 7 Nights

As Mark Twain often said, “Sometimes a dose of Bermuda is just what the doctor ordered.”  It is the most relaxing of all the foreign islands off the Atlantic coastline. Bermuda is a hassle-free environment where you can concentrate on your tan, explore the island, or have a lively conversation with the locals.   Plus this BEST OF TIMES EXCLUSIVE PROGRAM offers unparalled entertainment with our Golden Oldies Rock, Roll, & Remember Themed events.

Best of Times Exclusive Golden Oldies Rock, Roll, & Remember Cruise
“Rock and Roll to the Oldies” all the way to and from the Paradise Island of Bermuda!! Best of Times is giving this popular cruise destination a brand new “twist”. One you won’t forget! We’ve included three fantastic cocktail parties featuring entertainment, dancing, food, beverages, and so much more. Want to pull out your poodle skirts and dancing shoes and come “fully fashioned for the era”? Our specific party themes will be announced and included with your final cruise documents.

There is no question that this is the extra special cruise that you’ll be talking about for months to come.

Best of Times Travel Boston To Bermuda

The Best of Times Difference:

  • Roundtrip Motorcoach Transportation From Group Pick-Up Location to Boston Pier*
  • 8 Day / 7 Night Cruise On Board NCL Dawn
  • All Meals On Board Ship, with NCL’s Freestyle Any-Time Dining Option
  • Travelers Insurance: TravelSafe Protect-A-Group
  • 3 Best of Times Exclusive Cocktail Parties with Golden Oldies Rock, Roll, N Remember Events/Shows – Including New England’s Premier Oldies Band STRAIGHT LACE
  • All Luggage Handling Fees
  • Driver Gratuities for Transportation to Boston Pier
  • Services of a Best of Times Professional Tour Director**
Day Port Arrive Depart
Fri Boston 4:00 PM
Sat At Sea
Sun King’s Wharf 11:00 AM Overnight
Mon King’s Wharf Overnight
Tue King’s Wharf 5:30 PM
Wed At Sea
Thur At Sea
Fri Boston 8:00 AM

Best of Times Travel Boston To BermudaIf you need to escape from the stress and strain of daily life, then escape to Bermuda. It is the most relaxing of all the foreign islands off the Atlantic coastline. Bermuda is a hassle-free environment where you can concentrate on your tan, explore the island, or have a lively conversation with the locals. As Mark Twain often said, “Sometimes a dose of Bermuda is just what the doctor ordered.” This is the place to kick back and relax. If you are into sunning and swimming, it does not get much better than Bermuda with its pink sands and turquoise seas.

Hamilton, Bermuda
Hamilton is the hub of Bermuda, serving as both its capital and commercial center. Locals refer to it simply as ‘town’ – ‘going to town’ means, without a doubt, going to Hamilton. Fort Hamilton is a substantial hilltop fort with a bird’s-eye view of Hamilton Harbor. It is one of a series of fortifications erected in the mid-19th century during a period of rising tensions between Britain and the USA. The ramparts are mounted with 10-inch rifled muzzleloader guns, capable of firing 400-pound cannonballs through iron-hulled vessels. These devastating weapons were, fortunately, never required. The city’s pulse is located in Front Street, a harborfront road lined with turn-of-the-century Victorian buildings in bright pastel lemon, lime, apricot, and sky blue. Many buildings have overhanging verandahs, where you can linger over lunch and watch the boats ferry across the harbor.

King’s Wharf, Bermuda
After the American War of Independence, the British were no longer able to use ports in their former American colonies, so they chose this site on hilly Ireland Island at the western tip of Bermuda as their ‘Gibraltar of the West.’ It served as a dockyard facility and re-supply depot for ships heading between Nova Scotia and the British West Indies. The fort was built between 1814 and 1863 by nearly 10,000 convicts who were quartered in unspeakable conditions on prison ships stationed in the deepwater cove. The fort is built of limestone blocks in Georgian style and was first used by the British navy as a base to launch their raid on Washington, DC, in 1814. It later served as a North Atlantic base during both World Wars but was abandoned as a costly outpost in 1951. Since then, the buildings have been renovated and given a second life. The dockyard now includes the fascinating Bermuda Maritime Museum, located in the fort’s former keep, an atmospheric pub, a movie theatre, a craft market, and the Bermuda Snorkel Park.

St. George’s, Bermuda
This unspoiled town overlooking St. George’s Harbor was Bermuda’s first capital, and remains its most fascinating sightseeing area. The town is steeped in period charm as befits a place that was Britain’s second settlement in the New World. Many of its original twisting alleyways and colonial-era buildings remain intact, and several centuries-old structures have been preserved and set aside as museums. A handful of waterfront restaurants provide a perfect setting for atmospheric dining. Nearby Tobacco Bay is a good swimming and snorkeling beach when you are through with all the history.
*Most Boston/Worcester Locations. Groups with less than 10 paying customers may be asked to drive to a Best of Times Designated Pick-Up Location instead of their own.

*Most Boston/Worcester Locations.  Groups with less than 10 paying customers may be asked to drive to a Best of Times Designated Pick-Up Location instead of their own.

** There is a minimum requirement of 30 paying customers from Best of Times to ensure the services of a Best of Times Professional Tour Director.

Best of Times Travel Boston To Bermuda

The NCL Dawn

  • Decks:  15
  • Guests: 2,280
  • Crew:  1,154
  • Gross Tonage: 93,000
  • Restaurants:  10
  • Bars & Lounges: 11
  • Full Service Casino
  • Hot Tubs:  6
  • Swimming Pools: 2
Category Accommodations Double Fare Single Fare
IF Inside Stateroom (no window), Queen Size or 2 Lower Beds, Decks 4,5 $999 $1,699
IE Inside Stateroom (no window)
Queen Size or 2 Lower Beds, Decks 4,5
$999 $1,699
OG Oceanview Porthole Window Stateroom
Queen Size or 2 Lower Beds, Deck 5
$1,099 $1,879
BC Balcony Stateroom
Queen Size or 2 Lower Beds, Deck 9
$1,449 $2,599
BA Mid-Ship Balcony
Stateroom
Queen Size or 2 Lower Beds, Decks 9, 10, 11
$1,499 $2,649
3rd / 4th Third or Fourth Person Occupancy Rate $749

Prices Starting at
$729 Per Person


Add $300 For Taxes, Transfers, & Gov’t Fees

Additional Cabin Categories Are Available Upon Request – Prices are pp based on double occupancy and include accommodations, Travelers Insurance by TravelSafe Protect-A-Group, & Best of Times Cocktail Party.

A Deposit Of $400 per person Is Due Upon Registration To Guarantee Your Stateroom

Final Payment is due no later than February 1st, 2012 A Valid Passport is REQUIRED for this program

For Reservations or Further Information Please Call Best of Times 1(800)343-8999 * Group Discounts Available. Call for details.

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