St. George's is a quaint little town in the easternmost section of Bermuda.
It is the oldest town on the island, and one of three possible places for your cruise
ship to dock. Only smaller cruise ships can dock here due to the narrow St. George's
Channel that leads from the ocean into St. George's harbor, also known as the Town Cut.
The primary attractions for St. George's are the town square, and the many smaller
shops around the town. St. Peter's Church is another attraction. It is the oldest
Anglican church in the western hemisphere.
To the north of town are Tobacco Bay, known for good snorkeling, and Fort St. Catherine,
which also has a beach next door. Both are popular attractions,
and are close enough to walk if you are up for it, or you can take a taxi or mini-bus.
Cruise ships dock right at the edge of King's Square.
Added Murray's Anchorage, which is the area where HAL's Veendam is reported to be anchoring
(and tendering passengers) this
summer because she is too large to fit through the town cut to dock in St. Georges.