Are looking to submerge yourself into Bermuda’s waters? Click on the category’s below to see all listings. Being surrounded by ocean, there is no wonder there are a number of watersport activities you can choose from. Spend one day snorkeling or the next day relaxing on a secluded island. In Bermuda, paradise is just outside your window.
Boat Rental & Charters
Everybody knows that the best way to see Bermuda is from the water and H2o Sports specialize in creating wonderful experiences on the water, from budget to luxury to adventure. There are many ways to explore the waters of Bermuda and renting a boat lets you see more. Spend the day with Bare Foot Boat Charters lounging on the deck of their new 26′ beach catamaran or why not choose from a number of boats and tours leaving Dockyard daily with Capt. Kirk’s Coral Reef Adventures. In Hamilton stop by the Hamilton Princess & Beach Club and rent a boat or book a charter with K.S. Watersports.
Diving & Snorkeling
Hang around on the surface of the water as you snorkel above reefs, or head a few feet underwater and scuba dive with the certified instructors. Island Tour Center offers a great selection of diving and snorkeling venues and all the info on each company to boot. Just want to find a beach to snorkel on your own with some renatl equipment? Snorkel Park Beach in Dockyard and Tobacco Bay Beach in St. George’s are two perfect choices.
Toss the line over with Sanctuary Marine, available for private, exclusive charters for up to 10 people inshore cruising and up to 6 people offshore fishing. Baxter’s Reef Fishing, takes up to 6 people on board. Great for (novice or experienced). Es Muchos, is a luxury fishing yacht! Jump Dem Bones is Bermuda’s premier fly and light tackle fishing guide for Bonefish, Hogfish and other inshore species. Paradise One Sport Fishing offers a luxurious fishing experience!
Jet skiing & Flyboarding
K.S. Watersports offers Jet Ski rentals and tours from 3 convenient locations East, Central and West. Sea Venture Watersports have jet skis at Waterlot. Snorkel Park Beach, located in the Royal Naval Dockyard is also a great place to rent Jet Skis.
Kayaks & Paddleboards
One way to experience Bermuda’s waters is through eco-tours. Crystal Clear Kayaks takes kayaking to a new level with their clear bottom kayaks. K.S. Watersports rents Paddle Boards from 3 locations.
Sailing & Parasailing
Get an aerial view of the 21-square mile island from 50ft+ in the air. KS Watersports offers the thrilling experience of flying high with the panoramic view of Bermuda. If you want a slower, more relaxing trip, book a charter with AJ’s Wings (Bermuda Charters). Climb onboard this luxury yacht and go on a sailing adventure with your family or friends. Cruises include sunset cocktail cruises, snorkeling/sailing trips, dinner and moonlight cruises.
Sightseeing & Glass Bottom
See Bermuda’s marine life from a different perspective. The Reef Comber is a glass bottom boat that ventures out to high-populated reefs around the west-end of Bermuda. The visit to the H.M.S Vixen Shipwreck is highly favored by visitors as you can see the remains of the rusted ship, which has become a feeding ground for fish. Famous Homes and Hideaways take you on an exciting tour and show you where Michael Douglas and Catherine Zeta-Jones live when in Bermuda; where James Martin, Pioneer of Texas Instrument and playwright Eugene O’Neal, who’s daughter was married to Charlie Chaplin, lived and illustrator William Denslow who also lived in Bermuda for some time, most famous for his work on the “Wizard of Oz”.
There are plenty of things to do in Bermuda if you are a thrill seeker. If you are looking for something that is a slower pace but still exciting, Hartley’s Helmet Diving is fun for the entire family.
Experience Bermuda’s waters in style on a luxurious sailboat. The Venetian is the most perfect vessel afloat on Bermuda’s matchless seas: 100 feet of splendour designed and built to provide her guests with all the sea going pleasures available, from cruising our crystal waters to anchoring in secluded bays, from swimming off the stern to languorous dining in the teak interior, from listening to music on the fly bridge or looking at the stars from the bow.