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The Town of St. George’s: Four Centuries to Explore by Kristin White...

In 1609, nine ships set sail from England. Their destination: the new colony in Jamestown, Virginia. A hurricane separated the ships and one ended up in Bermuda, shipwrecked on the island’s eastern shores. All 150 passengers survived and spent 10… Read more

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Where Ships Come to Rest

Monday, 22nd August 2016

Bermuda, Arts & Culture, Diving, History,

Where Ships Come to Rest

Bermuda’s mid-Atlantic location and fringing reefs have conspired to sink hundreds of ships over the past several centuries. The island’s use as a navigational tool during the 15th and 16th centuries was tenuous at best. “On the route back to… Read more

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