Going Through Hell To Get To Paradise by Horst Augustinovic Travelling to Bermuda by ship from the East Coast means sailing diagonally across the choppy north-flowing Gulf Stream. In the relatively small ships of the
Viva Della Valle! Handmade Sandals in Bermuda By Brigitta Wohlmuth Some people move to a big city to follow their dreams, but Vincenzo always preferred the Island life. He moved to Bermuda 19 years ago
Do You Know About Cyril Chesterfield Eston & The World War 1 Deployment of the Bermuda Militia Artillery?
Do you know about Cyril Chesterfield Eston & the World War I deployment of the Bermuda Militia Artillery? By Horst Augustinovic When the United Kingdom declared war with Germany on August 4th 1914, the Bermuda
The Keep - Fort, Park, & Home of the National Museum of Bermuda By Jane Downing At the tip of Bermuda’s fish-hook of islands stands the Keep, the largest fort ever built on the Island. It
Bermuda’s Lighthouses By Horst Augustinovic Gibb’s Hill Lighthouse 117 feet high with the beacon 362 feet above sea level, its light can be seen by ships 40 miles at sea and aircraft 120 miles away.
The Bermuda Rig - National Museum of Bermuda By Jane Downing, Registrar, National Museum of Bermuda Sailing, once essential to daily life, is now mostly confined to the arenas of recreation and sport. In this sailing-focused