Bermuda iConcierge

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Joined May 2007
Interesting but none of those lines make many regular scheduled trips to Bermuda like Celebrity, NCL and Royal Caribbean. If they do, it's usually just a stopover.
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Joined Jun 2001
Yeah. I see the listing of ships he goes on and you right are correct, they don't return till Nov. I would guess he would go on the ships that visit every week (if allowed or maybe he does and the story did not include those ships, who knows) as this is where most of the tourist come from. I think this is neat and can help out the tourist.

He has his contact information listed in the article so I am sure he'll be of help regardless if he's on-board your cruise or not. [email protected]
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Joined Jun 2001
I messaged him and his reply was as follows: "I am here to provide Bermuda visitors with Bermuda information, therefore I am ready to step forward and provide the required support. I have no issues with you letting your friends know that they can contact me by e-mail [email protected] or toll-free 1-888 515-SWAN. Enjoy your Day."