Exploring Shipwrecks on Land by Elena Strong, National Museum of Bermuda Over five centuries, hundreds of vessels have come to grief on Bermuda’s encircling reefs due to pilot error, raging storms, inaccurate charts and the historical
120 Years of Success - A.S. Cooper’s and Sons Ltd By Brigitta Wohlmuth This year, A.S. Cooper’s and Sons Ltd. celebrates 120 years in business – making them one of the oldest retailers in Bermuda still going strong. As
Piloting Bermuda By Elena Strong, National Museum of Bermuda “No stranger should attempt any of the anchorages or channels without a pilot” Daniel Robert Tucker, Channels and Reefs Around Bermuda 1840 The graveyard of shipwrecks surrounding
Tween Approved - Dining with “The Write to Cook” By Brigitta Wohlmuth This month, instead of doing one of our typical restaurant reviews we thought it would be fun to switch things up a bit.
Historical Stories - The "America’s Cup" comes home By Dr. Edward Cecil Harris, MBE, JP, PHD, FSA Bermuda is rightly agog at the prospect of having the America’s Cup in local waters in 2017. However,
Do You Know...about Cecil Montgomery-Moore, Fighter Pilot, Author and Commanding Officer of the BVE? By Horst Augustinovic Raised in Bermuda, Cecil Montgomery-Moore attended the Saltus Grammar School and at the age of 11 joined the