Kings Wharf (Royal Naval Dockyard), Bermuda

King’s Wharf, also known as the Royal Naval Dockyard, is located on Ireland Island, on the western most tip of Bermuda. It was closed as a dockyard in 1951, and now houses ships, restaurants, museums, The Arts Center and the Bermuda Craft Market.

Attractions at King’s Wharf include the Clocktower Shopping Mall, the Bermuda Maritime Museum which includes Dolphin Quest. The Scaur Hill Fort and Park offers great views of the Great Sound and the Royal Naval Dockyard.

Things to See & Do

* Bermuda Maritime Museum
* Clocktower Shopping Mall
* Scaur Hill Fort & Park
* Royal Naval Dockyards
* Dolphin Quest

Cruise Season – Jan - Dec
Currency – Bermudian dollar (BMD
Language – English
Land Area – 53.2 km² (Bermuda)
Population – 68,000 approx (Bermuda)
Electricity – 2 perpendicular flat pins USA style or with a round pin below and two parallel flat blades Japanese style
Time – GMT minus four hours
International Country Telephone Code – 441

Port Location – Ships dock at King’s Wharf, which is within walking distance from the pier and five minutes walk to the Nearest shopping mall.

Transport Links -. Bermuda International Airport has daily flights to and from Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Charlotte, Newark, New York, Philadelphia, Toronto and Washington, together with less frequent flights from other US and Canadian cities. British Airways fly from London (Gatwick) to Bermuda and Eurofly operates a weekly flight from Milan via Munich.

King’s Wharf is accessible from Hamilton, Warwick, Somerset, St George’s and Paget by taxi, Ferry, and bus.