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Old January 20th, 2009, 10:41 PM
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Default Which ships will dock in Hamilton, Bermuda

Which cruise lines will have a ship small enough to dock in Hamilton, Bermuda in 2010?
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Old January 21st, 2009, 08:02 PM
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Here's the link to the thread at the Ports of Call board, Bermuda on HAL cruiseing this year and expanding the # of cruises in 2010.

http://boards.cruisecritic.com/showthread.php?t=890734

From NYC to Hamilton & St George aboard ms Veendam.



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Old January 21st, 2009, 11:37 PM
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The (draft) 2009 cruise ship schedule for all of Bermuda can be found here. The various cruise ships scheduled to arrive in Bermuda are broken down by the 7 different berthing locations. From this it should be possible to ascertain the names and size of ships that will dock in Hamilton in subsequent years.
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The (draft) 2009 cruise ship schedule for all of Bermuda can be found here. The various cruise ships scheduled to arrive in Bermuda are broken down by the 7 different berthing locations. From this it should be possible to ascertain the names and size of ships that will dock in Hamilton in subsequent years.
Not really. NCL has sold the Majesty and it will be leaving their fleet late this year. I'm not sure if another NCL ship will take it's place - if one does, it will be docking at the Dockyard.

Both HAL and Celebrity will be calling on Bermuda in 2010, which aren't included in the 2009 schedule. The HAL ship is the Veendam, which will berth at Hamilton and St. George. The X ship is a Millenium class that will dock at the Dockyard.
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HAL's Veendam is just the right size to be able to dock right in down town Hamilton!!!
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Veendam will sail to Bermuda from New York, seven day cruises, starting April 2010. She will dock for a few days at Hamilton and then move to St. George's.

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