Posted April 16th, 2013, 08:18 AM
Thank you. I was hoping o leave my scooter on the hip and have someone from ncl take me a wheelchair to the taxi stand, where I can hire a car with my friend to drive us around Bermuda. I would stay in the car and sightsee from my seat. Do you think this is possible
No, but there maybe a tram that would take you from ship to taxi after you get off the ship.
I still recommend:
Tour guide company we have used in the past.
You will see and enjoy so much more with your scooter.
Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute ~ BUEI
Explore two floors of exciting interactive exhibits! BUEI is designed to delight and inform visitors of all ages about the importance of preserving the world's oceans. The remarkable Jack Lightbourn Shell Collection is one of the finest exhibits in existence today. The Teddy Tucker Shipwreck Gallery and The Treasure Room transports you to the mysterious undersea world of shipwrecks, artefacts and valuable relics of historical importance. Explore the mysteries surrounding the legendary Bermuda Triangle. Experience a virtual shark attack! 'Dive' to the depths of the ocean in our virtual submersible without even getting wet. A once in a lifetime journey of adventure and discovery awaits you at BUEI.
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The worlds smallest drawbridge.
Dunking the wench.
Our first time to Bermuda we did a one way tour with http://www.access.bm
and returned on our own on the ferry. The second time we used http://www.access.bm
and did a round trip tour with a stop for lunch at a restaurant that I could roll into. Prefer the second, but the first worked. Ferry tickets are a problem.