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Let the Sea Express Ferry Take you to your Bermuda Destination

Visit the island's best sights and destinations in an easy and convenient manner! Bermuda’s Sea Express ferry system provides residents and visitors a reliable, regular mode of transport.

Operated by Bermuda Government's Department of Marine & Ports Services, this is a public ferry service that operates a number of ferries over several routes and affords passengers a perfect opportunity to see the island’s beauty from the water.

Convenient and Comfortable

A unique and reliable way to travel around Bermuda is on the Sea Express ferry system. With a convenient network of embarking and debarking points ‰- Hamilton, Dockyard, Somerset, Rockaway, Southampton, Warwick, Paget and St. George‰’s ‰- passengers can enjoy the islands‰’ beauty from the water as they travel from one part to another.

The ferries are mostly air-conditioned high speed catamarans. The boats are modern and comfortable, with a capacity of 200 or more passengers. There are also full service bathrooms on each ferry for your convenience.

The catamarans can carry scooters, motor cycles, bicycles etc (but allowed only in designated routes) at an additional cost of $4. But if you have a transport pass, you can take your two wheeler for free. 

Bermuda Ferry Routes 

All ferry routes start from Hamilton ferry terminal and return there (with the exception of Orange route ferry which operates between Dockyard and St. George).

There are four ferry lines or routes that connect various ferry docks in Bermuda. They are identified by their respective colors (Blue, Pink, Green and Orange).


The trip to the West End is one of the finest sightseeing cruises available anywhere! See a completely different aspect of the island on your way to the Royal Naval Dockyard, which is full of interesting things to do and places to eat and shop!


The most scenic transportation for visitors and residents who are staying along or near Harbour Road. A delightful cruise through the inner harbour islands past charming Bermuda cottages and stately homes. A year-round service.


This new service offers an express trip to Hamilton from Rockaway in Southampton. This is the way to start the day, with a pleasant cruise instead of driving into Town. It’s also great for visitors who want to get to the shops quickly!


Travel to St. George’s by ferry, the way Bermudians did it 300 years ago and step back in time. St. George’s is a World Heritage Site and the cultural center of Old Bermuda. Explore its old world alleys and hidden treasures and visit its forts and museums.


Tickets can be purchased with tokens or cash at at the Ferry Terminal in Hamilton, the Visitors’ Information Centres island wide, many hotels and guest houses and the Hubert Winfield (Sparky) Lightbourne Central Bus Terminal on Washington Street in Hamilton. Tickets and adult passes are also available at many post offices.

A one-way trip is $4.50 in tokens or $5.00 in cash each way. Children age 5-16 are only $2.75.

The most economical option is a Transportation Pass which is valid on all routes on both ferries and buses and cost are, adult 1 day $19.00, 2 day $31.50, 3 day $44.00, 4 day $48.50, and 7 day $62.00.

Children passes are 1 day $9.50, 2 day $16.00, 3 day $22.00, 4 day $24.00, and 7 day $31.00

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