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The David L. White Collection




Chippendale Chair, c.1760-1820

Anniversary! Each in His Own Way, Sharon Wilson, 2005

Silver Cream Jug, Peter Pallais, c.1750


The Hamilton Fairmont Celebrates its 125th

Each in His Own Way, Sharon Wilson, 2005

Silver Cream Jug, Peter Pallais, c.1750

Chippendale Chair, c.1760-1820

In the Pink, Graeme Outberbridge, 1995

In the Pink, Graeme Outberbridge, 1995

Vivienne J Gardner: ATribute

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Department of Community and Cultural Affairs, tel 292 9447 or visit one of our Visitor Information Centres: next to the Ferry Terminal, Front Street, Hamilton, tel 295 1480, Caffe Latte on Water Street, Town of St. George, tel 297 8000, in Gazebo #2 on Terrace Pavilion, Royal Naval Dockyard, tel 799 4842 SALSA MANIA

Feel the flavour of Latin Dance as you move and groove to the best Latin Music. Instructors from Sabour Dance School will entertain you and teach you how to dance Salsa, Cha Cha, Bachata, Merenque and Tango while you enjoy a mix of contemporary sounds. Thursdays: Jasmine Lounge, 8:30pm - 11:30pm, Fairmont Southampton, Music, Dancing, Magic, Tapas & Latin Cocktails Fridays: Liquid Lounge, 9:00pm - Midnight, Newstead Belmont Hills Resort, Music & Dancing Saturdays: The Reefs Hotel & Club, 9:00pm - Midnight, Music, Dancing & Magic Visitor Golf Tournament

Mondays, Port Royal Golf Course, Southampton Visiting golfers are invited to play a game of golf on this par 71 (6,842 yards) course. Please book your tee-off time early. Special rates: $110.00 inclusive of cart for 18-holes; $25.00 club rentals. Free range balls. Book your tee time early. Tee time booking: Port Royal Golf Course, tel 234 0974. Wednesdays, Ocean View Golf Course Visiting golfers are invited to play a game of golf on this 9-hole, par 35 (2,940 yards). Book your tee time early. Last tee time for tournament entry, 12 noon. Special rates: $85.00 per person includes 9-hole greens fee, golf cart, golf club rental, one sleeve of 3 golf balls and package of tees. $65.00 per person for 9-hole greens fee and golf cart if you are equipped. Play another 9 holes for cart fee only. Tee time booking: Ocean View Golf Course, tel 295 9093 For more information go to

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Guided Walking Tour of City of Hamilton

Mondays, 10:00am, Bermuda National Library, Queen Street A knowledgeable Tour Guide takes you past some of Bermuda’s historic points of interest including City Hall & Arts Centre, the Sessions House, the Anglican Cathedral and Fort Hamilton. The tour departs from the Bermuda National Library’s verandah on Queen Street and ends at Fort Hamilton for the performance of the Skirling Ceremony. Sessions House Tour

Mondays, 11:00am – 11:45am, Parliament Street, Hamilton Tour the Sessions House, the building currently housing the House of Assembly and the Supreme Court and learn about the powerful role Parliament plays in Bermuda. Skirling Ceremony

Mondays, 12:00noon, Fort Hamilton, Pembroke Overlooking the harbour in an untried fortress, authentic kilted pipers, drummers and dancers perform to the bagpipe ‘Skirl’ of the Bermuda Islands Pipe Band. Botanical Gardens Tour

Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Fridays, 10:30am, Botanical Gardens, Paget Meet at the Berry Hill entrance near Botanical Gardens Visitor’s Centre. 10:30am. Sub-tropical fruit groves, cedar and banyan trees, formal gardens, sensory garden for the blind, cacti and display houses with exotic plants are a few of the 15 permanent collections in the lush 36 acres. 12:00noon – 2:00pm. On Tuesdays and Fridays only, while in the Botanical Gardens, visit historic Camden House providing official functions are not scheduled. Bermuda Gombey Revue

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Thursdays & Sundays! See Bermuda Rendezvous Activites in Calendar of Events

THE BERMUDA CRAFT MARKET AT DOCKYARD Where you will find find a selection of original and diverse Bermuda Crafts ideal for a special present or simply for your own gift collection. It is now operated by the Craft Artists who display and demonstrate their works in this rustic and historical setting You can find handcrafted: Candles; Cedar; Ceramics; Christmas Ornaments; Decorative Painting; Decoupage; Dolls; Gems; Glass; Jewellery; Needlework; Quilts; Wearable Art; Wickerwork; Soap; Antique Books, Prints, Maps; Bermuda Sand Sculptures; Banana Leaf Dolls; Bermuda Honey, Jams and Preserves.

Monday - Saturday lOam to 5pmSunday11am to 5pm Closed Christmas Day and Good Friday

The Bermuda Craft Market 4 Freeport Road, Dockyard MA 01 Tel: (441) 234-3208    Fax: (441) 234-3327 E-Mail:

BERMUDA CRAFT . . . . A LIVING HERITAGE We accept Master Card, Visa & American Express

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C alendar of Events Continued from 11 The Bermuda Institute of Ocean Sciences Tour

Wednesdays, 10:00am, BIOS, Ferry Reach, St. George’s An tour of the laboratories, grounds and research vessels when at dock. Chit Chat – Royal Naval Dockyard

Wednesdays, 10:00am, Dolphin Quest, Bermuda Maritime Museum Join one of our animal behaviourists for a fascinating and informative sharing of Dolphin behaviours, facts and fiction. Learn what you can do to help protect our ocean home. Admission: Bermuda Maritime Museum fee required: $10Adults, $5Child Historical Re-enactment in the Town of St. George

Wednesdays and Saturdays, St. George’s Square 10:30am A guided tour through narrow alleys and lanes of this historic town. 11:45am The Mayor greets visitors back in King’s Square. 12:00noon Ducking – light hearted costumed re-enactment of public punishment. Bermuda Cookery Demonstration

Wednesdays, 2:30pm – 4:00pm, No. 6 Passenger Terminal, Front Street Bermudian cuisine is a ‘melting pot’ of ethnic influences. Bermudian chef, Cheryl Kerr, shares local flavours. Somerset Walk and Slide Show – Somerset

Thursdays, Country Squire Restaurants 10:00am Walk past charming homes; learn about our history, architecture and old-time medicinal use of plants and herbs along the way. 11:15am An informative 20-minute audio-visual tour of Bermuda highlights follows the tour (walk departs Country Squire Restaurant and returns for the Slide Show). Transportation suggestion: Bus #7 or #8 to Mangrove Bay or Somerset: ferry to Watford Bridge

Dockyard Glassworks & Rum cake Thursdays and Sundays

Thursdays and Sundays, 1:00pm – 4:00pm, Dockyard Glassworks Glassworks is an exciting experience, whether it is flame working or glassblowing. Hands on Craft – Royal Naval Dockyard

Thursdays and Sundays, 1:00pm – 4:00pm, Bermuda Craft Market, Royal Naval Dockyard Looking to create your own artistic memories while visiting our island shores? Interactive demonstrations with local artists, fun art creations and lighthearted discussions about Bermuda’s historic Gombey dolls take place at the Bermuda Craft Market in the Royal Naval Dockyard every Thursday and Sunday. Thursdays: Learn the art and techniques of chair rushing with Delight Goodfellow and Ronnie Chameau using natural foliage or paper. See a magnificent demonstration of bobbin lace making, embroidery and beaded tassels with Gail Graham. Lathe turning of cedar with Llewellyn Emery or partake in an animated discussion about the crafting of Bermuda’s popular Gombey dolls with Betty Smith. Sundays: Create and paint your own unique ornament with Kelly Diel. Learn about fiber optics in jewellery and wire wrapping with Don Mason. Join Shirley Tuzo as she teaches the basics of 3-D paper art. Make a gift using recycled paper with Jeannine Smith or visit with Patricia Phillips as she creates beautiful candles using beeswax. Discovering the Royal Naval Dockyard

Thursdays, 2:00pm – 4:00pm, Cooperage, Royal Naval Dockyard Bermuda Craft Market, Royal Naval Dockyard Spend the afternoon exploring Dockyards rich architectural details and history

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discussing the reasons for it’s location and the uses of the buildings then and now. Tour one of the barrel stores that today still stores barrels full of locally brewed beer. A tasting will be offered towards the end of the tour as well as a discussion with your tour guide about the various topics explored. Folk Medicine: Yesterday and Today, City of Hamilton

Thursdays, 2:00pm – 4:00pm, No. 6 Passenger Terminal, Front Street An introduction to herb and plant medicines used by early settlers in Bermuda along with a review of modern day folk remedies and holistic approaches to health. St. George’s “Old Town” Tour

Saturdays, King’s Square, Town of St. George 10:30am A one-hour walking tour with a guide through the narrow streets and alleyways of the old town 11:45am The Mayor gives a personal greeting to all 12:00noon Ducking – light hearted, costume re-enactment of public punishment. Dolphin Show – Royal Naval Dockyard

Saturdays, 3:00pm, Dolphin Quest, Bermuda Maratime Museum Dolphins leap, splash and amaze in this fun and entertaining emceed show. Bring your family. Admission: Bermuda Maritime Museum fee is required: $10 adults, $5 children. Royal Naval Dockyard Tour

Sundays, 11:30am – 12:30pm, Anchor Fountain, Clocktower Building The Dockyard defences and ship repairs form the basis of today’s walk Taste of Bermuda

Sundays, 1:30pm – 3:00pm, Bermuda Craft Market, Royal Naval Dockyard Taste the famous Bermuda Jam factory’s Pepper Jellies, Sallie’s Bermuda Fruit Preserves, Bermuda Honey, Ariels’s Cookies and Candy, Horton’s Rum Cake, Outerbridge Pepper Sauces and Swizzle, Northrock Brewing Beer and Goslings Black Seal Rum.

CULTURAL EVENTS National Museum of Bermuda, Incorporating the Bermuda Maritime Museum

Daily, 9:30am – 5:00pm, last entry at 4:00pm, Royal Naval Dockyard The Hall of History - Bermuda’s Story in Art, A mural covering 1000 square feet and illustrating 500 years of Bermuda history, by local artist Graham Foster. The Exploring Voyage of HMS Challenger at Bermuda 1873 - a selection of original and reproduction photographs depicting Bermuda and used as evidence in the scientific reports of the Challenger voyage, 1872-76. From the Fay and Geoffrey Elliot Collection. U-505 Captured - An exhibit telling the remarkable story of the capture off western Africa and the hiding in Bermuda on the submarine U-505. Prisoners in Paradise - Artifacts made of Bermuda cedar/stone/other materials created by Dockyard convicts and prisoners of the Boer and World Wars. Admission: $10 adults, $8 seniors, $5 children under 5 Enquiries: Bermuda Maritime Museum, Sandys, tel 234 1418, museum offices tel 234 1333 or website ‘Wither the Fates: Bermuda’s Beginnings’

Daily, 10:00am - 4:00pm, World Heritage Centre Featuring 17th century Bermuda artifacts from the Association for the Preservation of Virginia Antiquities and the Bermuda Maritime Museum. Admission: $5.00 adults, $2.00 children Enquiries: World Heritage Centre, Admiral’s Walk, 16 Water Street, St. George’s GE 05, tel 297 5791, fax 297 2479, website Swim, Dance and Play with Dolphins at Dolphin Quest!

Daily, 9:30am – 4:30pm, Royal Naval Dockyard Meet friendly dolphins face-to-face. This fascinating location is home

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C alendar of Events Continued from 13 for exploration, fun and top-quality interactive dolphin encounters. Dolphin Quest offers fun programs for all ages, in or out of the water, that provide a touch of adventure and a splash of education. All dolphin encounters feature amazing up-close-and-personal dolphin time and promote conservation through the powerful human-dolphin connections. Reserve your program today! Enquiries: Dolphin Quest Bermuda, Maritime Lane, Sandy’s, tel 234 4464 Famous Homes & Hideaways Sightseeing Cruise

Daily, Hamilton Harbour and Royal Naval Dockyard Cruise into exclusive neighborhoods known as’ Millionaire’s Row and see the ‘Homes of the Rich & Famous’. Discover tranquil island hideaways and learn about the Island’s past and present, flora, fauna and marine life. Tours departs daily from the City of Hamilton or Dockyard Admission: $45 Enquiries: Ronnie O’Connor, tel 335 7201 or Byways Bermuda Tours - Personalised Tours

Daily, various tours of the Island Clients are collected from your hotel or cruise ship whenever possible. Every tour includes short walks, activities, full commentary, refreshments and photo opportunities. Children are only taken on the Family Fun tours. There are several tours to meet your needs. Please see to see which tour suits you and also for prices. Tours can be tailored to client’s needs from family groups, birders, historians, walkers and naturalists. Fully escorted with a driver and guide. Longer tours to include lunch and a swim are available. A group is usually no more that 6 people, however, up to 16 can be accommodated. Enquiries: Byways Bermuda Tours, P. O. Box SN 106, Southampton SN BX, tel 504 8687, email or website The Legal Instruments of Emancipation

Mondays – Fridays, 8:30am – 5:00pm, Parliament Street, Hamilton The public is invited to view an exhibition of documents relating to the abolition of slavery in Bermuda now on display in the Public Reading Room at the Bermuda Archives. Admission: Free Enquiries: The Bermuda Archives, Government Administration Building, Parliament Street, tel 297 7737 Bermuda Lectures & Tours - Year Round Tours

Tuesdays - Sundays, Various locations across the Island! Time can be arranged. Tim Rogers, local historian and naturalist provides individuals, families and groups the opportunity to see beyond Bermuda’s famed beauty both natural and built. Tours are privately arranged to take you to historic and or natural areas to suit your ability, interest, time allocation and budget. Tickets: Tours start at $15 per person, group rates apply. Enquiries: Tim Rogers, Bermuda Lectures & Tours, tel 234 4082, e-mail or website www. The Garden Club OF BERMUDA

March 12, 10:30am, Horticultural Building at the Botanical Gardens The Garden Club invites you to join in on a special occasion featuring a themed exhibit each month. Seasonal fruit, fauna from a member’s garden and cuttings will be available to take home. For more information visit Admission: Free Enquiries: The Garden Club, P.O. Box HM 1141, Hamilton HM EX, tel 295 3661, email or website Continued on page 22

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Monday - Saturday, 10:00am - 4:00pm, Butterfield Family Gallery, Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art, Botanical Gardens, Paget Art Exhibition: Annual art competition sponsored by local businessman John Charman. Local artists compete for a grand prize of $10,000. All mediums. Admission: Non-members $5, members and children under 12 free Enquiries: Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art, Botanical Gardens, Paget, tel 236 2950, email or website Member’s Winter Show

March 1 - 18, Daily, 11:00am - 4:00pm, The Bermuda Arts Centre at Dockyard, Royal Naval Dockyard This is an open juried art show. Gallery Hours: 11:00am – 4:00pm, open daily, wheelchair accessible. Admission: Free Enquiries: Bermuda Arts Centre at Dockyard, P.O. Box MA 66, Mangrove Bay MA BX, tel 234 2809, fax 234 0540, email or website CRISSON & HIND FINE ART GALLERY

Mondays – Saturdays, 10:00am - 5:00pm, Crisson Building, Front Street, City of Hamilton Hand carved African sculptors by master Shona artists of Zimbabwe, including stone heads, animals, and abstracts. Admission: Free Enquiries: Crissons, tel 295 1117 Current Exhibitions & LECTURES at The Bermuda National Gallery

Mondays - Saturdays, Bermuda National Gallery, City Hall & Arts Centre, Church Street, City of Hamilton Vivienne J. Gardner: A Tribute – Featuring the transcendent beauty of the art of stained glass. The David L. White Collection – A comprehensive collection of paintings that capture the luminosity od Bermuda’s scenic landscapes. Admission: Free Impressions from Life: Defining American Impressionism March 25, 5:30pm Bermuda National Gallery, City Hall & Arts Centre, City of Hamilton Join Lynn Marsden-Atlass, Director, Arthur Ross Gallery at the University of Pennsylvania, as she examines the aesthetic, social, and technological changes that forged this new art movement. She will illustrate its growth from expatriates Sargent, Cassatt, and Tanner to Hassam, Chase, and “The Ten”, who appropriated the style and established its importance in American art. Schedule: 5:30 pm Reception, 6:00 pm Panel Discussion Admission: $10 members; $20 non-members, sponsored by PartnerRe. Enquiries: Bermuda National Gallery, City Hall & Arts Centre, Suite 191, 48 Par-la-Ville Road, Hamilton HM 11, tel 295 9428, fax 295 2055, email or website BERMUDA SOCIETY OF ARTS - EXHIBITS

Mondays - Saturdays, 10:00am - 4:00pm, City Hall & Arts Centre February 6 - 7, Watercolour Basics Workshop with Karen Phillips Curran, Enquiries: BSOA, tel 292 3824, website ACE GALLERY - Behind the Mask

Tuesdays, Wednesdays & Thursdays, 11:00am – 2:00pm, ACE Building Lobby, Hamilton An exhibition of ceramic masks by local artist and educator Wayne (Tony)

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DeSilva. For over twenty years Wayne DeSilva has experimented with this essential characteristic of hiding and revealing to explore the expression of personality beyond the persona. By using colour, texture and expression, his masks are mystical, self-assured, and in some cases whimsical. They project an air of regality, confidence and prominence reflecting an image the artist often sees in the demeanor of everyday faces knowing that there is another layer “Behind the Mask”. Admission: Free Enquiries: The ACE Gallery, ACE Building, 17 Woodbourne Avenue, Hamilton, tel 295 5200



Mondays – Saturdays, 10:00am – 4:00pm, Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art, Botanical Gardens, Paget “Charman Prize” Annual art competition sponsored by local businessman John Charman. Local artists compete for a grand prize of $10k. All mediums. “Get the Lead Out” Drawings and sketches from the Masterworks Collection. Includes George Ault, Georgia O’Keeffe, Henry Ward Rice and Charles Lloyd Tucker. General Gallery Admission: Non-members $5, Free members and children under 12 Enquiries: Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art, 236 2950,, or www.bermudamasterworks. com The Art of Craft

March 21 - 31, 2010 11:00am - 4:00pm This is a group art show. Gallery Hours: 11:00am – 4:00pm, open daily, wheelchair accessible. Admission: Free Enquiries: Bermuda Arts Centre at Dockyard, P.O. Box MA 66, Mangrove Bay MA BX, tel 234 2809, fax 234 0540, email or website

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SPORTS EVENTS 18th Annual Open Calcutta Tennis Tournament

March 4 - 7, Coral Beach & Tennis Club This tournament is open to all ages and spectators are welcome. Thursday, March 4 – 6:00pm Calcutta Cocktail Party & Auction Friday, March 5 – Ladies Doubles Saturday, March 6 – Mixed Doubles Sunday, March 7 – Men’s Doubles and all Championship Finals Participation: $100 per person for one event or $250 for two events. Register at Enquiries: Bermuda National Trust, P.O. Box HM 105, Hamilton HM AX, Bermuda, tel 236 6483, fax 236 0617, email Bermuda Open International Volleyball TournamenT

March 6 -8, Location to be announced The Bermuda Volleyball Association hosts a number of tournaments through the year. Whether you are an avid player or a keen spectator, a fun time will be had by all. More information will be posted when available. Enquiries: Bermuda Volleyball Association, Suite 885, 48 Par-la-Ville Road, Hamilton HM 11, Bermuda, tel 291 1898, fax 295 0187 or website 79th Bermuda Ladies Amateur Match Play Championship

March 8 - 13, 2010 Time to be announced, Mid Ocean Club, Tucker’s Town, St. George’s This event put on by the Bermuda Golf Association is a Singles Match Play event at scratch in flights. Handicap Limit: 24. Qualifying Round March 9, followed by welcome party. Closing date: March 1. Spectator viewing welcome. Entry Fee: $275 Enquires: Richard Bartlett, Bermuda Golf Association, P.O Box HM 433, Hamilton HM BX, tel 295 9972, fax 295 0304, email or website 81st Bermuda Men’s Amateur Match Play Championship

March 8-13, Time to be announced, Mid Ocean Club, Tucker’s Town, St. George’s This event put on by the Bermuda Golf Association is a Singles Match Play event at scratch in flights. Handicap Limit: 12. Qualifying Round March 9, followed by welcome party. Closing date: March 1. Spectator viewing welcome. Entry Fee: $325 Enquires: Richard Bartlett, Bermuda Golf Association, P.O Box HM 433, Hamilton HM BX, tel 295 9972, fax 295 0304, email or website PALM SUNDAY WALK

March 28, 2:00pm, Tiger Bay, St. George’s Join us on a walking tour around St. George’s Parish highlighting some of the Island’s most historic monuments, spectacular coastline and beautiful open spaces. The walk is approx 7 miles long (2.5 hours) and is not suitable for strollers. Cold drinks will be served at the middle and finish line. Participation: Free, pledge sheets are available for those who wish to raise money that will go towards Bermuda’s cultural heritage. Enquiries: Bermuda National Trust, P.O. Box HM 105, Hamilton HM AX, tel 236 6483, fax 236 0617, email or website

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March 13, 7:30pm Spanish Point Boat Club, Entertainment: Attention all music lovers, don’t miss our Open Mic Night down by the water at Spanish Point Boat Club. Families are welcome. Admission: $10 non-members, $5 members Enquiries: Bermuda Folk Club, c/o Spanish Point Boat Club, Spanish Point, Pembroke, tel 295 1030, email or website WHALE WATCHING EXPEDITIONS

March 17 - 31, 9:00am - 4:00pm, Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute, Crow Lane, Pembroke Cruise along South Shore to observe the incredible humpback whales on their migration north. This is a chance of a lifetime to see whales frolic on the surface and play with their babies. Admission: Non-Members $90, Members $75, ages 10 and up only Enquiries: BUEI, P.O. Box HM 1745, Hamilton HM GX, tel 297 7314, fax 236 6141, email or website Hasty Pudding Theatricals 162: ‘Commie Dearest’

March 18 - 20, 8:00pm City Hall & Arts Centre, Church Street, City of Hamilton HPT presents its annual world-famous musical burlesque show this time set in the 1950s America where the residents of a small suburb are all vying to win the American Dream, a bowling trophy. But the arrival of a star ballplayer Doug Out and sexy-but-fishy starlet Marlin Munroe brings everyone’s secrets to the surface. When a communist mastermind arrives in town everyone’s way of life is threatened. Tickets: $25 at, email or tel 617 495 5205 Enquiries: Hasty Pudding Theatricals, P.O. Box 381940, Cambridge, MA 02238, tel 617 495 5205 or fax 617 495 5207, email or website Harvard in Hamilton for Habitat IV

March 18, The Anglican Cathedral, Church Street, City of Hamilton The Anglican Cathedral, Church Street, City of Hamilton U.S. Consul General Grace W. Shelton invites you to join her for a musical open house featuring The Harvard Krokodiloes, the Radcliffe Pitches and the Harvard Din & Tonics. Admission: Free, voluntary donations gratefully accepted in aid of Habitat for Humanity, Bermuda. Enquiries: American Consulate General, email BERMUDA INTERNATIONAL FILM FESTIVAL

March 19 - 25, Various Cinemas Festival of International cinema featuring award-winning films from around the world. Films will be shown in the 3 Hamilton cinemas and Southside Cinema in St. David’s. There will be matinee and evening films. See website for list of films and locations Admission: $12.50 per movie Enquiries: Bermuda International Film Festival, P.O. Box HM 2963, Hamilton HM MX, tel 441 293 3456, fax 441 293 7769, email or website TOMMY HARVEY – STROLLING MUSICIAN

Saturdays, 6:30pm - 9:00pm Frog & Onion Pub, Royal Naval Dockyard An evening of fun with our strolling musician. Admission: Free Enquiries: Frog and Onion Pub, Royal Naval Dockyard, tel 232 0571, email Marshall of magic

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Built by Royal decree to defend British superiority on the seas, the Royal Naval Dockyard is today a resplendent place of discovery.

Clayworks. Where once were stored kegs of gun powder is the fascinating Bermuda Maritime Museum. Where once rang out the Cooper’s hammer and forges burned is now the lively Frog & Onion Pub, the Neptune Cinema,

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Bermuda Arts Centre and Crafts Market featuring the works of local artisans and artists. The commanding Clocktower, built in 1857, formally the Naval store and office of the Captain-in-charge, is now an arcade of unique shops with everything from clothes to designer accessories, books to Bermuda prints and original artworks, fine jewellery to fine linens, china, crystal and gifts. Have a light lunch at

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Daily 9:00pm - 2:00pm, Fairmont Southampton Princess Follow your instinct and let your senses guide you to Bermuda’s ‘Top 40 Hits’ Club Lounge. Hidden away in Bermuda’s natural limestone opposite Willow Stream Spa Indoor Pool , this authentic on site haven will satisfy your craving with the sultry cool sounds of the island’s best Dj’s, exotic cocktails, secret conversation and spicy local libations always leaving you yearning for more. Dress Code: Smart, Reservations: 239 6635 Enquiries: email or tel 238 8000

MIND SPORTS Bridge Club Games

Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays, Bermuda Bridge Club, Pomander Road, Paget The Bermuda Bridge Club runs regular bridge games that are open to anyone including visitors. The Club plays Duplicate Contract Bridge. Games are open to all except on Wednesday and Thursday evenings, which are restricted to players with less than 300 and 100 Master points. Game times: Mondays 12:30pm & 7:30pm Wednesdays 9:30am & 7:30pm (under 100 points) Thursdays 7:30pm (under 300 points) Fridays 7:30pm Admission: $10 per game for non-members. Games are played all year round and are subject to Christmas and New Year holidays. Enquiries: Steve Ball, Bermuda Bridge Club, 7 Pomander Road, Paget PG 05, tel 441 293 5444 or email Bermuda Quilter’s Guild

Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1:30pm, Peace Lutheran Church Hall, South Road, Paget Enquiries: Dorothy Slater, Bermuda Quilter’s Guild, Panorama, tel 236 9956 or email









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In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Girlguiding in Bermuda, the Bermuda Post Office is offering a series of four commemorative stamps and a souvenir sheet that will be released 18 February, 2010. This series, and other current issues of stamps, are available at the Bermuda Philatelic Bureau. For more information, please email RELEASE DATE: 18 FEBRUAY 2010 COST PER SET $3.00 OFFICIAL FIRST DAY COVER $5.00 SOUVENIR SHEET $1.25

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Chippendale Chair, c.1760-1820

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Vivienne Gardner is Bermuda’s premier stained glass artist and to From the collections of 11 , 2009 – d s 23 , 2009 honor Vivian’s artistic Bermuda achievements, NatioNal Gallery the Bermuda National Gallery is Centuries : & free admissioN currently hosting an exhibition of her work. The title of the exhibition is. Bermuda NatioNal trust Evolving Tribute. & Arts Centre, “Vivienne J. Gardner:CityAHall ” Church St., Hamilton 441•295•9428 11 , 2009 – d | 23 , 2009 Painters replicates light, but stained glass artists capture it and mix it with a multitude of colours. free In admissioN doing so, coloured light is then projected into the atmosphere, creating a St., mystically beautiful environment. That makes City Hall & Arts Centre, Church Hamilton 441•295•9428 | the art of stained glass something unusually special and if you have ever had opportunity to enter a gothic cathedral such as Chartres, near Paris, you will know what I mean. If you have not yet had that privilege, visiting the Bermuda National Gallery for the Vivienne Gardner exhibition will give you a slight hint of the magic of such an experience. This BNG exhibition is, however, not intended to replicate a visit to a gothic cathedral, but to showcase the work of one of Bermuda’s “Living Treasures,” and in doing that, the BNG curator, Sophie Cressell and assistant, Will Collieson have created a brilliantly successful exhibition. Vivienne Gardner came to Bermuda in 1940 with her parents and thus, Bermuda became the beneficiary of this most accomplished and versatile artist. For she not only creates stained glass windows, she is also a sculptor, muralist, mosaic artist, skillful draftsperson and so much more. In a recently published book on Vivienne Gardner, she wrote of her growing-up years in Bermuda during World War II and how with all the shortages, she had to resort to finding art materials from discarded cellophane, metallic foil, candy wrappers and shards of colored glass. Note that in all these materials, she was attracted to either the transparent or materials that reflected light. It seems that Vivienne Gardner was destined, not only to be an artist in the generic sense, she was predestined to be a stained glass artist. In addition to the Bermuda National Gallery show, examples of Vivienne Gardner’s stained glass art can be seen at quite a number of Bermuda’s parish churches, such as St. Peter’s West, St. Mark’s, The Anglican Cathedral, St. John’s, St. Paul’s, St. Mary’s and St. Ann’s. Other churches, such as St. Andrews Presbyterian and the Centenary United Methodist church

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art gallery on the island and it runs by the artist Sheilagh Head. The door opens from 10am - 5pm [ Tue- Fri] 12pm -5pm [ Sat & Sun ]. I consider myself as a conceptual artist because I paint how I feel and not what I see. It doesn’t matter representational or non objective work , I always want them to be sensitive, emotion, and yet have strong feeling. In this exhibition, they are19 pieces in watercolour on paper. It divided Farmhouse on the Hill, Southampton into five series of abstract landscape. c1899. beautifully framed oil on canvas. Image size 18 x 18 inches. This series of landscape was based Compares favourably wirh the one Masterworks has on my interpretation of the lush Hanna Rion (American, 1875 - 1924). She painted landscapes and gardens and was also well respected and high intensity environment as an illustrator of books. Of her garden she wrote of Bermuda. I used rich orange, that its greatest gift was its ability to restore the five senses.Miss Rion really loved Bermuda and lived here red and warm colour to intensify with her fourth husband as Mrs Alpheus B Hervey my expression. Therefore, I name at the fine old historic house called ‘The Cocoon’ in Warwick. Only three Bermuda compositions have so the title of this exhibition as “ far been uncovered, one in the Masterworks Collection, INTENSITY “ You can also look at another privately held in New England and this exquisite Southampton oil painting. my current art works on my web site Old Bermuda Maps, Books,

Ephemera, Prints & Paintings including important new acquisitions

Anthony Pettit Anthony Pettit By appointment only Tel: (441) 292-2482 E-Mail:

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Piazza Italia, or a memorable feast, indoors or out at the Bonefish Bar and Grill.

Bermuda and learn more about the Bermuda Sloop Foundation and its programmes.

Elsewhere in Dockyard, enjoy swimming with the dolphins or simply sit and enjoy their beauty, take

By daylight or moonlight, there is so much to discover. Make time for an outing to the West End...Discover the Royal Naval Dockyard... Bermuda’s only Royal Outing!



al Outing part in guided walks or explore the underwater beauty while snorkeling at the Snorkel Park, board a pleasure craft and experience deep sea scuba diving and Bermuda’s historical wrecks.


What’s more, today’s Royal Naval Dockyard, true to tradition, still offers full marina facilities. Stroll along the docks and admire the ocean going yachts and visiting tall ships alongside the floating finger piers. Gaze at the Spirit of


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Bermuda Department of Tourism Global House, 43 Church Street Bermuda Department of Tourism Hamilton HM 12 Bermuda Global House, 43 Church Street Hamilton HM 12 Bermuda

Tel 441 292 0023 Fax 441 292 7537 Tel 441 292 0023 Fax 441 292 7537

Dear Visitor, Dear Visitor, On behalf of the Government and the people of On behalfit of the Government andextend the people of Bermuda, is truly my pleasure to a warm Bermuda, it is truly mytopleasure to visitors. extend a warm and heartfelt welcome all of our and heartfelt welcome to all of our visitors. Our Island home is 21 square miles of breathtakOurbeaches, Island home 21 squaregorgeous miles of scenery, breathtaking quaintisroadways, ing beaches, quaintand roadways, gorgeous unique architecture the bluest watersscenery, as far as unique architecture and the bluest waters as far as the eye can see. the eye can see. Bermuda has a host of year round activities for your enjoyment. These Bermuda a hostshopping of year round activities for your enjoyment. These include ourhas premier establishments, exceptional restaurants, include our premier shopping establishments, exceptional restaurants, electrifying night life and of course our award-winning golf courses. If electrifying night life and of course award-winning courses. you are seeking something a bit moreour serene, try one of golf our many spasIf you are seeking something a bit more serene, try one of our many spas which will dissolve your stresses and reinvigorate your mind and body. which will dissolve your stresses and reinvigorate your mind and body. However you choose to spend your Bermuda vacation, I am confident However youa choose to spend your Bermuda vacation, I am confident you will have memorable experience. you will have a memorable experience. We’re proud you have chosen Bermuda for your vacation. We’re proud you have chosen Bermuda for your vacation.

Sincerely, Sincerely,

Dr. the Hon. Ewart F. Brown, JP, MP Dr. the Hon. Ewart F. Brown, JP, MP Premier Premier of Tourism and Transport Minister Minister of Tourism and Transport

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This Week in bermuda

Message from the Premier...................................................... 4 Feel the Love............................................................................. 8 Calendar of Events.................................................................10 In the Arts...............................................................................21 Shopping.................................................................................27 Do You Know.........................................................................36 Golf..........................................................................................38 Business...................................................................................40 Essentials.................................................................................45 Dockyard to St. George’s........................................................46 Accommodation & Fractional Ownership......................... 61 Your Table is Ready................................................................. 65 What’s Cooking Bermuda.....................................................82 Talk of the Rock......................................................................84

Fold Out Maps …

  City of Hamilton ............................................................... after 24   Map of Bermuda ................................................................ after 48   Gosling’s Passport to the Dark & Stormy Trail............... after 60 On the Cover: Frangipani, Photo by: Scott Hill

The Team . . . Publisher: Bermuda Directories General Manager: Horst Augustinovic Production: Peter Marsh

Limited e: e: Candice Pitcher e: Marketing Scott Hill e: c: 441-531-TWIB (8942) Accounts: Equilla Rawlins e: Printers: Bermuda Press Limited General Manager: Paget Wharton t: 441-292-1600 Design & Concept: Scott Hill / Peter Marsh Photography Scott Hill Writers: Roger Crombie, Scott Hill, Charles Zuill, Horst Augustinovic, Barry Cohen, Candice Pitcher, Charles Gosling, Sally Kyle, Greg Stenzel Style Editors: Scott Hill, Horst Augustinovic Offices Address: 13 Addendum Lane, Pembroke HM 07 Mailing: P.O. Box HM 937, Hamilton HM DX, Bermuda Telephone: 441-295-1189 Fax: 441-295-3445 E-mail: Web: CONTACT US… Our website, will provide you with additional information about Bermuda. In addition to events, attractions, dining, the arts and sports we are in the process of developing additional sections. Merchants advertising in This Week can be contacted directly by e-mail, post, telephone or facsimile. In the event that you are unable to find an advertiser’s complete address, contact us by e-mail and we will forward your request. DISCLAIMER We have made every effort to ensure the information in this publication is as accurate as possible at press time. We apologise for any inconsistencies or inaccuracies. Kindly advise the Editor of any changes in schedules, times, dates or names. © 2009 This Week in Bermuda Reproduction of any part of this book without written permission is forbidden

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Welcome to our island paradise. You will soon discover why Mark Twain wrote, “You go to heaven if you want, I’d rather stay here in Bermuda”. Whether you are here for a quick getaway or a much deserved extended vacation, Bermuda has lots to see and do. We would like to take this opportunity to highlight a few noteworthy activities that are sure to please the most discerning visitor. Swim, Dance and Play with Dolphins at Dolphin Quest! 9:30am - 4:30pm, Bermuda Maritime Museum, Royal Naval Dockyard Meet friendly dolphins face-to-face at the Bermuda Maritime Museum in the historic Royal Naval Dockyard. This fascinating location is home for exploration, fun and top-quality interactive dolphin encounters. Dolphin Quest offers fun programmes for all ages, in or out of the water, that provide a touch of adventure and a splash of education. All dolphin encounters feature amazing up-close-and-personal dolphin time and promote conservation through the powerful human-dolphin connections. Reserve your programme today! Admission: Prices vary depending on activity. Enquiries: Dolphin Quest Bermuda, Bermuda Maritime Museum, 15 Maritime Lane, Sandys MA 01, tel 441 234 4464 Taste of Bermuda Sundays, 1:30pm-3:30pm, Bermuda Craft Market, Royal Naval Dockyard Dip into the rich cultural culinary heritage of our island home with an array of flavours from Bermuda preserves, gourmet pepper jams, rum cake, cookies, fudge, honey, sauces, pepper jelly, ginger beer and locally made beer. Watch the bakers in action and learn a few tips. Admission: Free Enquiries: Bermuda Craft Market, 1 Maritime Lane, Sandys MA 01, tel 441 234 3208, fax 411 234 3327, email Dockyard Glassworks Thursdays and Sundays, 1:00pm – 4:00pm, Royal Naval Dockyard For thousands of years, glass has been made from natural elements the earth has provided. Craftsmen and women have produced functional glassware and artists have created masterpieces that capture the imagination of us all. Experience the heat of the furnace and watch as the artists demonstrate the process of Glassblowing and Flameworking. Browse through the wide variety of hand made glassware produced locally in Bermuda. Admission: Free Enquiries: 1 Maritime Lane, Royal Naval Dockyard, tel 441 234 4216, website Bermuda Rum Cakes Thursdays and Sundays, 1:00pm – 4:00pm, Royal Naval Dockyard Celebrate with the “Bermuda Rum Cake Company” Experience a taste of the Islands - Traditional Rum Cakes, baked in “The Cakery” a Bermuda style cottage, micro-bakery, custom-designed for this important island indulgence. All the cakes are produced in the mini Bakery and only the finest Bermuda Black Seal Rum is used in producing them. Once baked they are packed in heat sealed packaging for maximum freshness. Sample each flavour or take some with you for perfect gift. Admission: Free Enquiries: 1 Maritime Lane, Royal Naval Dockyard, tel 441 234 4216, website www. Enquiries for the events listed: Tashae Thompson Promotional Services, Bermuda Department of Tourism tel 441 292 0023,

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A trip to Bermuda would not be complete without a visit to the island’s newest attraction, The Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art. Opened in March 2008, this state of the art building is the first purpose built museum in the history of Bermuda. Housed in the beautiful Botanical Gardens in Paget, five minutes from Hamilton, the new museum is in itself a work of art. To learn about Bermuda’s culture and history there is no better stop on your vacation itinerary than the Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art!

Museum Hours: Monday-Saturday 10:00am - 4:00pm Closed on all Public Holidays. Entry is $5. Free for members and children under 12. Museum is handicapped accessible with ramps and an elevator.

Tel: 441 236-2950 • Fax: 441 236-4402 email: The Botanical Gardens 183 South Road Paget DV o2 • Bermuda

Private tours can be arranged and more information can be found on our website. 87 Front Street, Hamilton, Tel: 295-5373 Fax: 292-7074

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Shopping world, Crisson are Bermuda’s exclusive source for famous designers including David Yurman, Roberto Coin, Marco Bicego, Picchiotti, John Hardy, Kabana, Pandora, Bixby and Thomas Sabo. As for diamonds of distinction, Crisson has Bermuda’s largest collection of spectacular cuts from Cento, A. Jafee and Canadia. When it comes to timepieces, Crisson is definitely the place! Crisson are the officially authorised Rolex retailers in Bermuda. You will also find Tag Heuer, Ebel, Movado, Tudor, Philip Stein, Christian Dior, Rado, Elysee, TX and Raymond Weil. The collection is rounded out with ranges from Seiko, Swiss Army, Citizen, Casio, Esq and Guess! Crisson has two main stores on Front Street in Hamilton, with another on Queen Street. There are two stores in St. George’s and one in the Clocktower Mall at Dockyard. If you are staying in one of Bermuda’s major Hotels, you’ll find a Crisson store there as well. Each of these boutique-style stores features pieces selected from our main collections in Hamilton. The shopping experience is relaxed and intimate, and the quality, value and prices are the same whichever store you choose to visit. Daisy & Mac 22 Church Street, 441 295-7477; Clock Tower Mall, Dockyard, 441 234-7447 Daisy & Mac, Bermuda’s newest baby & children’s boutique, is well worth a visit! Tucked away on the upper level of the Washington Mall, in Hamilton Daisy & Mac is a hidden gem. When you cross the threshold of the hot pink and apple green storefront, you discover a magical wonderland of products including clothing & footwear for children from newborn up to age 16, toys for all ages, fun fashion accessories and much more. Brand names include Esprit Kids, Ralph Lauren, Diesel, Betsy & Babs, Petit Ami, My Boy Sam, Baby Bol, Taggies and the list goes on! In addition to the essential items you would find in most babies and children’s store, Daisy & Mac has unique specialty items that are absolutely adorable and not found elsewhere. For example they have the cutest little retro-esque t-shirts/onesies for infants that say “Chicks Dig Me”, “My Dad’s a Geek” or “High Maintenance”. Special collections of these one-of-a-kind items, is what makes Daisy & Mac special. Without a doubt, Daisy & Mac is a super chic boutique for infants, toddlers, tweens and their mummies - after all, it is the biggest, little store in Bermuda! GIBBONS COMPANY For the way Bermuda lives 21 Reid Street, Hamilton • Tel: 441 295-0022. M.A.C. Cosmetics, Front Street, Hamilton. Tel: 441 295-8843 Nine West, Fashion & Accessories Reid Street, Hamilton. Tel: 441 294-5191 Twenty 5 Reid, Reid Street, Hamilton Tel: 441 294-5188 Peniston Brown, the Fragrance Speciaists: Water Street, St. George’s.   Tel: 441 405-0005 The Perfume Shop, Fragrance Boutique: Clocktower Mall, Dockyard.   Tel: 441 405-0006 Shop where the locals shop, at Gibbons Company, the island’s largest most diversified department store, known for its excellent customer service and wide range of exciting merchandise: vibrant collections for all ages, men, women and children, as well as captivating fragrances and cosmetics by industry legends and an array of everything from the essential to the distinctive for the home. At Gibbons, all perfumes, cosmetics and skin-care products are offered with fantastic savings, at duty free prices. Gibbons’ exclusives include Guerlain, Dior Cosmetics, Chanel Cosmetics, Decleor, Iman, Versace, Vera Wang, Betsey Johnson and Bond # 9. Other favourites include Hermes, Burberry, Ralph Lauren, Lancôme, Elizabeth Arden, L’Occitane and Bermuda Blue - the perfect gift for friends and family back home. Premium fashion labels abound at U.S. prices but with NO SALES TAX! Shop on line at and have your favorite fragrance or gift shipped home or delivered directly to your hotel.

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IANA Walker Arcade, 12 Reid Street, 441 296-9797    For the little treasures in your life... European clothing and footwear for the tiny Fashionistas in the family. Also carrying Bindi Wear and Kids True Religion Brand Jeans. Mambo Walker Arcade, 12 Reid Street, 441 296-9797 Bermuda’s most fashion forward boutique offering collections from Just Cavalli, Galliano, Miss Sixty, Energie, Custo Barcelona and Diesel. European clothing and accessories for those at the top of their game can all be found right here in the Walker Arcade on Reid Street in Hamilton. True Religion Brand Jeans, bags and shoes also join this picture perfect puzzle of fashion delicacies. With the launching of the bag and shoe collections this spring, the jean lovers are able to accessorize their look and top it off with the softest of True Religion vintage t-shirts and hoodies. Joey, Bobby, Billy, you know the lingo! Mambo is the authorised dealer and sole distributor of these products for both men and women. Popular with the locals, Mambo is a must visit for fashion conscious visitors to the island. Hours of operation are Monday to Saturday from 9am – 6pm. Late night shopping till 9pm on Wednesdays during Harbour Night festivities and private shopping, by appointment only, to suit your needs and busy schedules can be made by calling Marco at 296-9797. Onion Jack’s Trading Post 77 Front Street, 441 295-1263 Onion Jack’s Trading Post – located on Front Street in Hamilton is the place to visit for the best variety of Bermuda souvenirs, beach towels, hand made cedar items and much more. Our logo “Onion Jack” is featured on tee shirts, caps, beach towels and various unusual souvenir items. Visit our newest addition “Animaland” where you can create a furry animal to take home for the little ones or bring them to create their own. If hot sauce or rum cake is what you are looking for then we have that too. Browse our four rooms each offering unique treasures to remind you of your visit to our beautiful island.

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… About Fine Cuisine and Famous Guests at the Princess Since its opening, the Princess Hotel has been known for fine cuisine, professional service and genuine hospitality. Leo Tworoger, assistant manager in 1890 and manager until 1940, took particular pride in the hotel’s dining and entertainment facilities.

Leo Tworoger and his team

The dining room around 1900… …and a menu from the same period As word got out, celebrities started to appear at the Princess. Mark Twain, America’s best known author and a regular at the hotel, would smoke cigars on the veranda while reciting poetry to groups of adoring fans. He

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was also known to frequent the billiard room. A statue of the famous author now resides in the main lobby of the hotel.

Mark Train in the billiard room

In 1920 HRH Prince of Wales, later King Edward VII, visited the hotel and 50 years later Prince Charles help celebrate Bermuda’s 250th Anniversary of Parliament at the Princess Hotel. Over the years other famous guests included Ian Fleming, who is said to have used the fish tank lined Gazebo Bar as the motif in his novel Dr. No. Other celebrities included threetime World Heavyweight Champion Mohamed Ali and legendary soccer player Pele. – E-mail comments to:

HRH Prince Charles at the Princess Hotel in 1950 Mohamed Ali at the entrance of the Princess. At the left is Bodo von Alvensleben who opened the hotel after its renovations in the early 1960’s

Famous soccer star, Edson Arantes Do Nascimento, better known as Pele, in the garden of the Princess. To his right is then-manager Walter Sommer.

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by Greg Stenzel P.G.A. Golf Travel Society

Bermuda Golf Diversity One of Bermuda’s best features is the variety of golf courses on the island. Resorts around the world struggle with the ability in providing a product that can accommodate a broad range of golfers from beginner to expert. That’s not the case in Bermuda. With 7 courses on the island, Bermuda can satisfy the needs of anyone including golf as part of their travel experience. Let’s take a little tour around the island and explore the golf opportunities available to visitors. On the north shore, Ocean View offers 9-holes with 18 different tee positions providing the opportunity for 9 or 18 holes. Ocean View is a short drive from downtown Hamilton. Across the harbor from Hamilton is the beautiful Belmont Hills Golf Club. Belmont was recently renovated and favors the more accurate golfer as opposed to the power player. Belmont Hills is a challenging layout and has a great staff available to provide guests the service they desire. Continuing towards the Parish of Southampton, all golfers will enjoy the Riddell’s Bay Golf and Country Club. The oldest course on the island, Riddell’s Bay was built on a 600 acre peninsula. The course is golfer friendly and has outstanding views as well as a variety of risk reward golf holes. The Fairmont Southampton Hotel is just across the road from Riddell’s Bay and boasts a golf course on site. The Fairmont course is an 18-hole par three course. Golf Digest honored the course as one of the top 100 par three facilities in the world. A great facility for beginners! Heading west, our next stop is Port Royal Golf Club. A Robert Trent Jones design. Port Royal recently completed a significant renovation and hosted the 2009 PGA Grand Slam of Golf. PRGC will also host the 2010 event. Golfers will use every club in their bag on this course. Don’t forget your camera. The 16th hole is the most photographed hole on the island and offers golfers a 235 yard shot with tee and green resting along the Atlantic Ocean. Reversing our direction towards the airport, golfers should plan to play Tuckers Point Golf Club. Tuckers also recently completed a course and clubhouse renovation and both turned out to be spectacular. Tuckers Point prides itself on personal service. Next door, the Mid Ocean Golf Club sits proudly as one of the world’s top 100 courses. The course has hosted some of the world’s most famous dignitaries. Robert Trent Jones added his touches to the course in 1953 and today golfers playing Mid Ocean find themselves enjoying the cliff-side views of the ocean while trying to manage the magnificent layout. Golf is available to non-members on Monday, Wednesday and Friday only. No matter your playing ability, the courses will meet your needs while their staff provides the best in Bermudian hospitality. Even if your game isn’t tour ready, the memories will last forever.

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Bermuda’s Home of Golf Port Royal Home of the 2009 GRAND SLAM Annual Memberships Available Corporate Golf Days Available Receive a 10% discount with this ad Fully stocked pro shop Nike custom fit centre Lessons Available Lesson packages available Group lessons available new 300 yards driving range Callaway Balls are available Video tuition is available

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Rims 2010 In olden times, grizzled men would journey great distances to further commerce, with the trade routes gaining a reputation for the arduous travel required. Today, grizzled dudes and chicks hop on a plane without a thought, to journey even greater distances to further commerce. No event in the calendar stirs the sinew of the Bermuda insurance and reinsurance industry more than the convention, educational conference and epic bash that is RIMS, the Risk & Insurance Management Society’s annual get-together. Held each year in April, the event used to attract 10,000 insurance people to such cities as San Diego, New Orleans or, this year, Boston. Smaller numbers have become the norm, what with the global economic system broken. RIMS is ... well, if you’re not into insurance, it would be the deadliest game imaginable. Thousands of insurers gathered in one place at one time for no particular reason would seem like the third circle of hell to a teenager, for example. Area hotels and restaurants clog up with the risk brigade. A ghastly first-night rock and roll ball is followed by dispersal to every neighbourhood watering-hole. Walking around whatever city RIMS is in, you sense that you’re only seeing what the city looks like when it’s congested with insurance types. What it’s like normally is impossible to say. Bermuda fights way above its weight at RIMS. Every year, a phalanx of more than 100 Bermuda suits and suitettes flies in. The Bermuda booth was once a charming little cottage; now it’s a two-storey affair. The upper deck, curtained off, is for private conversations, deals and romantic trysts. The hotel can be a little public for any such business, given that everyone in the place is attending the conference and might be a colleague, or your spouse. I went to Orlando last year. It was a chance to catch up with old friends ... and then there are the freebies. All the major insurance companies have booths at the trade show that lies at the heart of the RIMS experience. Small gifts are offered to attendees if they will but spend a few minutes chatting with, or listening to, booth staff. Or you can just steal the stuff. No one cares. Freebies are often highly useful and desirable devices. The Bermuda bag is always the hit of the show. Yup, they go nuts for a free bag. Lloyd’s gave me a flashlight one year that will work forever. They’re now trying to come up with a way to make me live that long. Freebies can, however, be even less useful than airport gifts. Pens and squeezy rubber objects have been in vogue since RIMS began, in 1703 (approx). I speak for every attendee when I say: give us cash instead. We will then decide what junk to buy to take home to our families and mistresses. We’re big boys and girls. We can handle it. And then you wouldn’t have to stamp your logo on 10,000 coasters before burning 9,900 of them.

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also have examples of her windows. Mrs Gardner also estimates that possibly as much as fifty percent of her creations are for private houses. She has also done numerous overseas commissions. Recently, Vivienne Gardner authored an autobiographical book that centers on her stained glass. The book is entitled, “The Stained Glass Art of Vivienne J. Gardner.” The book is well illustrated with many coloured photographs, as well as giving biographical and technical backgrounds. The book is available at the Bermuda National Gallery. This is a highly recommended exhibition. It continues through June 3, 2010.

ANTHONY PETTIT BERMUDA MAPS, BOOKS, PRINTS & PAINTINGS Call 441 292-2482 for an appointment, Anthony Pettit is a dealer in most types of antiquities relating to Bermuda, particularly maps, books, prints, paintings and ephemera. Engravings, lithographs, views and woodcuts are offered, as are sketches, oils and water colours. Among the ephemera are postcards, posters, brochures and photographs. A fully illustrated catalogue is available on request. Bermuda National Gallery 441 295-9428, Located beside the main bus terminal in Hamilton, on the second floor of City Hall & Arts Centre, the Bermuda National Gallery is the place to start one’s exploration of the visual arts in Bermuda. Always on display in the Ondaatje wing is the history of Bermuda, as told through visual and decorative arts: paintings, cabinetry, silverware, photographs, beautiful art and artifacts that tell the narrative of this developing, diverse culture. Currently on at the BNG is an exhibition by the BNG and the Bermuda National Trust called 4 Centuries: Evolving Art. There are also some excellent lectures on through out the month. Visit for details. Free, guided tours each Thursday at 10:30 a.m. To arrange other tours contact the gallery. Open Monday-Friday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Admission free. Masterworks MUSEUM of Bermuda Arts 441 236-2950, Set in the Botanical Gardens, Bermuda’s first ever purpose built museum houses a collection of over 1,000 pieces of Bermuda inspired art. Renowned artists such as Georgia O’Keeffe, Winslow Homer and Albert Gleizes are part of the permanent collection, and there are continuously evolving shows of local artists on display. Masterworks Foundation was started 21 years ago with just a few paintings, and has grown to the collection we see today. In March 2008, after five years of construction, the new Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art was opened to the public. The museum presents an impressive new facility for educational purposes for all Bermudians, as well as providing an exciting new destination for visitors to the island. On display in the Butterfield Family Gallery from June 20th through to the end of the year is “We Are Sailing”, an exhibition featuring approximately 45 works, ranging in date from 1793 to the present. This is a special exhibition exploring Bermuda’s bond with the sea and the wide-ranging effects of the island’s unique seascape, topography, and light on the many artists who experienced them. The exhibition includes works by a diversity of artists, including Albert Gleizes, Marsden Hartley, Winslow Homer, and Malcolm Morley. The exhibition coincides with the mid-June arrival of the fleet of tall ships participating in the Atlantic Challenge 2009, a race, last held in 2000, that circumnavigates the Atlantic Ocean. Admission: Members and children under 12 FREE, non members $5 Enquiries: Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art, tel 441 236-2950, email, or

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Essentials... We have compiled some important information, telephone numbers and contacts which could be of use to our visitors. If you have comments or suggestions, please contact or call 295-1189 In an Emergency… Ambulance, Fire, Police & Marine Rescue:.................................................911 Emergency Services KEMH Hospital...........................................................................236-2345 KEMH Emergency Dept:............................................................239-2009 Police Stations Central...........................................................................................295-0011 Somerset........................................................................................234-1010 Southside......................................................................................293-2222 Health & Medical Services Bermuda Allergy & Asthma Relief Centre...............................292-9258 Alcoholics Anonymous...............................................................297-0965  Bermuda Diabetes Association........................................................... 292-1595* Bermuda Red Cross.....................................................................236-8253 * If you have Diabetes and have left your supplies at home, you can call the Diabetes Centre at King Edward VII Hospital. 239-2027 for assistance. Airlines Bermuda is served by major airlines with daily flights from New York, Toronto, Boston, Philadelphia and Atlanta. The following are telephone contact numbers: Air Canada – Flight information: . .............................................293-1777 American Airlines – Flight information:....................................293-1556 British Airways – Airport Customer Service:............................293-1944 Continental Airlines – Flight information: ...............................293-3092 Delta Air Lines ­Flight information: ..........................................293-1024 Jet Blue: ..........................................................................................293-3754 U.S. Airways – Flight information: ............................................293-3073 USA3000 – All information: .......................................... 1-877-872-3000 CREDIT & DEBIT CARD EMERGENCY TELEPHONE NUMBERS BANK OF BERMUDA LIMITED/HSBC Lost/Stolen EasyLink or Credit Cards: During Business Hours: 299-5518 Lost/Stolen Credit Cards Outside Business Hours: 1 (800) 556-LOST BUTTERFIELD BANK Report lost or stolen credit cards (9:00am – 5:00pm) – 299-3800 or call collect 1-402-222-3600 CAPITAL G MasterCard: 1-812-647-9794 Visa: 1-800-336-8472

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Dockyard and Western Parishes Bermuda Train Company For inquiries please call 441 236-5972 Dockyard Tour: Our train conductor combines humorous stories, colorful anecdotes and fascinating historical information into a 90-minute narrative tour. The tour highlights such areas as Lagoon Park, The Royal Naval Cemetery, the Clock Tower Building, Somerset Village, Bermuda Maritime Museum and so much more. THE ROYAL NAVAL DOCKYARD, Ireland Island, Sandys Work began on this massive complex in 1809, not long after the conclusion of the Napoleonic Wars and just before the War of 1812. Envisioned as a strategic British military outpost that would make Bermuda the “Gibraltar of the West,” the Royal Naval Dockyard was built by slave and convict labour. The Dockyard locked its gates in 1951. Since then, the seventy-five acre site has been painstakingly renovated to accommodate museums, a movie theatre, restaurants, The Arts Centre and the Bermuda Craft Market. BERMUDA MARITIME MUSEUM, Ireland Island, Sandys Located in the Keep of the Royal Naval Dockyard, this museum has become one of the island’s most frequently visited destinations since being opened by HM Queen Elizabeth II in 1975. Exhibits chronicle both Bermuda’s association with the Royal Naval and its own interesting maritime history. Open 9:30am5pm daily except Christmas Day. Last admission is at 4:00pm. Adults $10, Seniors $8, Children (5 to 15) $5.

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Children under five are admitted free. For further information telephone 441 234-1418. COMMISSIONER’S HOUSE, Bermuda Maritime Museum, Royal Naval Dockyard Located within the confines of the Bermuda Maritime Museum, Commissioner’s House dominates this complex and its entire surroundings. Largely constructed between 1823 and 1828, this commanding Georgian ‘house’ epitomizes British imperial style, power and engineering wherewithal during the nineteenth century. Rescued from near dereliction through a protracted, award-winning restoration, the building now houses museum administrative offices and exhibits on slavery and Bermuda’s military and seafaring history. Open during regular Maritime Museum hours. THE BERMUDA CRAFT MARKET AT DOCKYARD, Ireland Island, Sandys A unique outlet for Arts and Crafts where artisans display and demonstrate their work – cedar, ceramics, Christmas ornaments, decoupage, dolls, gems, glass, jewellery, needlework, books, maps, prints and more. Open Monday to Saturday from 10a.m. to 5p.m.; Sunday from 11a.m. to 5p.m. DOCKYARD GLASSWORKS (Made in Bermuda), Royal Naval Dockyard The Glassworks is an open demonstration in the Studio of glass-making techniques, both hot pulled and blown glass gifts. Beautiful Displays and Sales complete the adventure. Flameworking Artists work with Italian Moretti Cane, creating original collectible Island creations.   Baby Buggy and wheelchair accessible. Open every day. 8am-5pm. 441 234-4216 fax 441 234-3813, climb the one hundred and eighty five spiral stairs to the top will be rewarded by the breathtaking, panoramic views of the entire island. Open daily 9am5pm. Admission $2.

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Meet dolphins face-to-face for exploration, fun and unforgettable interactive dolphin encounters for the young and the young at heart. Wetsuits provided.

Free Saturday Show*

Call for details

*Free Saturday Show runs Nov. 28, 2009 – Mar. 27, 2010 and does not include entrance fee to Museum. Bermuda • Hawaii • Oahu A portion of the proceeds from Dolphin Quest supports vital marine education, conservation and research.

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27th Century Boutique/ The Hair Studio & Beauty Salon 92 Reid Street, 441 292-2628 In Bermuda, 27th Century Boutique is the forerunner of fashion with an enviable reputation of providing men and women with the latest fashions for the past 33 years. As buyer and coordinator for 27th Century Boutique, Sharon Bartram travels several times a year to purchase the clothing for the boutique. Their most prominent, exclusive ladies lines are Joseph Ribkoff, Jack F and Orly and they have a variety of outstanding lines for men. Sharon has traveled to Costa Rica, Jamaica, Holland, Belgium, Paris and London as the wardrobe coordinator and makeup artist for the television show “Style Bermuda”. Always looking to give back to the community which has contributed to its success, 27th Century often participates in fashion shows and other community activities. Also as the proprietor of The Hair Studio & Beauty Salon, for the past 25 years Sharon has traveled with The Hair Studio Staffing team to Florida, Atlanta and Las Vegas to keep abreast of the latest product knowledge and styles by Design Essentials. Sharon’s daughter Kim-Keta works along with her as the Manager and Senior Stylist at the Hair Studio. Kim-Keta has worked in the salon from the early age of 14 years. In addition, The Hair Studio can take care of all your beauty needs such as manicures, pedicures, acrylic nails, eyebrow waxing and threading, braiding and all other hair services. A.S.COOPER & SONS LTD. 441 295-0244, A.S. Cooper MAIN STORE, Front Street Ground Floor: Cosmetics & Fragrances Dept., Fine Jewellery & Gifts Dept. Second Floor: Studio A.S. Cooper CHILDREN, Front Street A.S. Cooper EXPRESS, Washington Mall A.S. Cooper HARBOURSIDE, Front Street A.S. Cooper HOME, Church Street A.S. Cooper MAN, Front Street Clocktower Mall, Royal Naval Dockyard - A.S. Cooper branch store A.S. Cooper & Sons Ltd. has been the premier store for fine crystal, dinnerware, figurines and gifts since 1897. They have expanded in the retail market and proudly opened a new building on Front Street, Hamilton. COSMETICS & FRAGRANCES on the ground floor has duty free perfume and popular lines of Estee Lauder, Clinique, Clarins and more. FINE JEWELLERY features Links of London, Judith Ripka and jewellery with

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of the Month …

A V Today, it’s all about service. Tell our readers how P-Tech AV stands above the rest in this department.

Our Staff ! P-Tech’s staff is focused on developing solutions for all your home theatre needs. We are here to educate you on how home AV systems work. As well, our team teachs you on how to get the best out of your home electronics. Whether our team sets you with a new flat screen TV, teach you how to do it yourself regarding installation, or point you to another store on the island to get what you need, our team is dedicated to excellence in service and finding you a solution regardless of your investment with us. P-Tech AV is known for representing the top brands revolving around home entertainment in the world. Tell us more about the brands that you carry.

Our brand offering is represented from many of the reputable brands that you have come to enjoy and respect. They are among but not limited to; Sony, Samsung, Panasonic, JVC, Bose, Nintendo, Monster, Philips, Vizio, Sennheiser, to name just a few. We offer a wide selection of HDTVs, surround sound systems, DVD and music systems, wall mounts and AV furniture. To complete your purchase and final installation you will find an entire range of accessories in order to achieve exactly what you want to do with your home theatre. Offering a full selection of accessories for your connection requirements i.e., HDMI, audio/video, MP3 and coaxial cables. The list is endless. Our pricing policy is very competitive, and our promotional features are available throughout our many categories of brands and products. We also offer a wide selection of video game consoles, games and accessories to suit the entire family including Wii. As electronics pros, not only do we offer home theatre products, but we also carry security monitoring systems, a variety of household electronics including small kitchen and household appliances, as well as a Casio Key Lightning Keyboard with stand unit. We are in contact directly and via the internet with all our manufactures Continued on page 30

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Shopping and suppliers in order to establish the latest models, product and service trends, as well as direct customer ordering for special selections. Please tell our readers where P-Tech AV is located and what you offer in terms of warranty.

P-Tech AV is located in the heart of Hamilton, just downstairs from the Phoenix Store on Reid St. We also understand that not everyone has a means of transporting their purchases. P-Tech AV offers delivery and installation services for your home or office. P-Tech AV provides a free warranty program on all purchases. Continued from 27 diamonds, precious and semi precious stones in gold and silver. GIFTS & COLLECTIBLES carries Lladro, Lalique, Waterford, Wedgwood, Swarovski and Belleek. STUDIO, on the second floor, has fashions and accessories for ladies from Lauren, Ann Klein, Liz Claiborne, Michael Kors, DKNY Jeans, Calvin Klein, Lacoste, Jones New York and more — all at U.S. Prices. Also on Front Street, opposite the Ferry Terminal, is A.S. Cooper MAN, the Island’s largest men’s store featuring Polo Ralph Lauren, Tommy Bahama and Helly Hansen (exclusive to A.S. Cooper), as well as DKNY, Calvin Klein, Claiborne, and IZOD — all at U.S. prices. Next door is A.S. Cooper CHILDREN if you’re looking for outfits from newborn to age 14. A.S. Cooper HARBOURSIDE is on the water at Pier 6 with fragrances at duty free prices, your favourite sportswear for missy and fuller figure as well as fashion accessories and costume jewellery. A.S. Cooper EXPRESS, Washington Mall, Reid Street sets the trend in fashion and accessories for juniors. A.S. Cooper HOME, across from City Hall on Church Street, has the very best in home décor, giftware and a great selection of Yankee candles. For over a hundred years it’s A.S.Cooper & Sons Present this coupon for a Ltd. family of fine stores in Bermuda. 10% discount on a purchase over $10 Dockyard Section: In Not valid with other specials, Tabacco products or candy the Clocktower Mall, Dockyard, is a branch store which features a selection of merchandise from the A.S. Cooper & Sons Ltd. family of fine stores in Hamilton. Discover ladies fashions and accessories, gifts souvenirs as well as fragrances at duty free prices. Visit Bermuda’s original theme store which features the island’s favourite mascot. We’ve got t-shirts, sweatshirts & caps, glassware, can coolers, mouse pads, toys and more. We also stock a complete range of Bermuda apparel, unique souvenirs, & our own brand Hot Sauces.

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Bermuda Blue Exclusively available in Bermuda including; A.S. Cooper, Brown & Co., Gibbons Company Bermuda Blue - a modern fragrance that truly captures the essence of this island paradise. Inspired by vibrant blues of its ocean and sky – Bermuda Blue captures citrus, jasmine and lotus in the air with a nuance of crisp sea spray. The woody and vanilla base creates a scent that warms the heart. BLUCK’S 4 Front Street, Hamilton, 441 2955367, The gleam of faceted crystal, the

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Shopping subtle satisfaction of the best bone china, the exquisite artistry of elegant, hand painted porcelain…just some of the things that create the ambience that is uniquely Bluck’s. They are always pleased to welcome you to their store and their tradition of bringing you the very best from around the world. For over 160 years, Bluck’s has been a merchant house for the finer things in life. They carefully choose from the world’s most respected manufacturers to bring you the very best to meet your lifestyle and entertaining needs. Imagine stunning tableware from Herend, Royal Crown Derby, Lynn Chase, Spode and Wedgwood to name but a few. Fabulous crystal can beautifully enhance your dining table or provide incredible accents to any room. Their collection brings you many wonderful ideas from Baccarat, Orrefors, Artel and Varga Art Crystal. If you’re looking for a special gift for someone or perhaps just a little indulgence for yourself, then their giftware collection is sure to please. Whether it is one of their unique and exclusive, Bermuda themed items from Herend, Spode or Halcyon Days or an unusual crystal creation from Lalique, Daum, Waterford or Kosta Boda, they aim to ensure that everything will make just the right impression. Bluck’s….for the finer things in life. Brown & Co. Hallmark, Reid Street, Hamilton. 441 279-5442 The Bookmart, Reid Street, Hamilton 441 279-5443 The Birdcage Café, Reid Street, Hamilton 441 279-5462 Front Street, Hamilton 441 279-5524 Brown & Co. with over 7,500 square feet of floor space, is the Island’s most comprehensive department store. Located in the heart of Hamilton, our department stores are stocked with everything you need for yourself, friends & family and your home – featuring tourist oriented gifts, greeting cards, books from local and internationally acclaimed authors, perfumes & fragrances from top designers, home décor from around the world, fashion jewelry and so much more. Plus, nestled at the back the stores’ book department is a beautifully designed Café offering gourmet coffees, snacks, desserts, sandwiches and so much more. Visit us today. Hours of Operations: Mondays-Saturdays: 8:30 -5:30, Sundays: 1-5pm Churchill’s 27 York Street, St.- George’s, 441 297-1650, Fax: 441 297-0814 E-mail: web: Churchill’s is the must visit tobacconists to go to while visiting the UNESCO World Heritage Site at the town of St. George. Churchill’s is the place to go if you are interested in your fine wines, full- bodied spirits and the best of Cuban cigars. Cigar aficionados and wine lovers never miss Churchill’s in St. George’s Duke of York Street . An eclectic selection of wines from around the globe and the only walk-in humidor in Bermuda, makes this shop unique with a huge spectrum of spirits, beers and cold drinks plus wine and cigar accessories which are unique gifts. Crisson Jewellers 16 Queen Street, Hamilton; 55 & 71 Front Street, Hamilton; Water & York Streets, St. George’s; Clocktower Mall, Dockyard and all major hotels; Tel: 441 295-2351, Crisson Jewellers embodies Bermuda’s finest and most cherished traditions. A family business since 1922, the Crisson name is synonymous with quality and value. The fabulous array of jewellery and watches reflect the style, sophistication and taste of our discerning customers. When you explore our exciting collections, we are sure you will agree that a visit to Crisson is the crowning moment of your Bermuda shopping experience. Along with the wonderfully eclectic collection of hand-selected pieces from all parts of the Continued on page 34

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Continued from 48 Dolphin Quest Bermuda Maritime Museum, Royal Naval Dockyard Reserve your Encounter Today! 441 234-4464. Experience Dolphin Delight! Imagine yourself peering down into the crystal clear depths of a tropical blue lagoon as inquisitive dolphins emerge to meet you. They glide toward you, you slip into the water beside them, your eyes meet and you gently touch. Interacting with our dolphins leaves a lasting impression on your heart and mind, as you are immersed in an amazing experience. The Dolphin Quest experience is intimate, exhilarating, enlightening, and tender--all rolled into a swirl of shared laughter, caring, and learning. BERMUDA RUM CAKE COMPANY, Royal Naval Dockyard Experience a taste of the Islands - Traditional Rum Cakes, baked in “The Cakey” a Bermuda style treat, inside the Dockyard Glassworks Hot Glass Shop, a micro-bakery, custom-designed for this important island indulgence. Made exclusively in the Royal Naval Dockyard with Goslings Black Seal Rum - ‘The Bermuda Rum’. Freshly baked cakes are produced daily. They have a shelf life of over 3 months - suitable for travel and make excellent gifts.   Great for conventions, weddings and office parties, free samples of our 8 different flavors are always available. 441 234-4216  fax 234-3813, email   GIBBS HILL LIGHTHOUSE, Lighthouse Road, off South Shore, Southampton Soaring to 362 feet above sea level, Gibbs Hill has the distinction of being the second oldest cast iron lighthouse in the world. Stalwarts able to climb the one hundred and eighty five spiral stairs to the top will be rewarded by the breathtaking, panoramic views of the entire island. Open daily 9am-5pm. Admission $2.

Hamilton and Central Parishes Bermuda Train Company For inquiries please call 441 236-5972 Hamilton Tour: Tour the City of Hamilton and the Botanical Gardens on board the Bermuda Train. Our tour covers such train stops as City Hall, Bermuda National Gallery, Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute and much more. THE BERMUDA CATHEDRAL, Church Street, Hamilton Bermuda’s very own Gothic cathedral, the Cathedral of the Most Holy Trinity, was constructed after its predecessor on the site was destroyed by fire in January 1884. Consecrated in 1911, the new church, which `grew’ in stages like most cathedrals, was designed in the mid-1880s by William Hay. Open weekdays 10am-3:30 pm. (Tower admission $3) For further information call 441 292-4033. Continued on page 52

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ing stalactites, stalagmites and a clear, fifty-five foot deep lake by accident in 1905. Subsequently it has become a leading attraction for visitors who can now also visit a nearby sister site, Fantasy Cave. A café and a gift shop are also located on the premises. Crystal Caves, which is on the bus route between Hamilton and St. George’s, is open seven days a week except on public holidays that occur during the winter months. Admission – One Cave Adults $18.00, Children $8.00. Both Caves Adults $26.00, Children $10.00. Ages 5 thru 12 are considered children. Children under five enter free. 441 293-0640. *Visitors will be guided down 85 steps during the tour. THE BERMUDA AQUARIUM, MUSEUM AND ZOO Flatts Village A presence in picturesque Flatts Inlet since 1928, this ever-evolving educational institution has over the years become one of the island’s leading destinations for tourists and residents alike. It is a must-see for anyone with children. Open daily 9-5pm except Christmas Day. Last admission is 4 pm. 441 293-2727. Admission: Adults $10, children $5



When visiting the town of St. George, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, don’t miss the aptly named Churchill’s for your wines, spirits and cigars. With the only walk-in humidor on the Island, this is the place to stop for your Cuban cigars, fine wines, cold beer and sodas. Winston Churchill said “I am easily satisfied with the very best” and now you can be too. CIGARS: the finest selection of cigars FINE WINES: over 250 references GIFTS: Cigar cases and cutters, lighters, glasses, Decanters, Wine openers, and the Clef-du-Vin the wine ageing tool! Tel: (441) 297-1650 • Fax: (441) 297-0814 E-mail: • web: 27 York Street, St.- George’s, Bermuda

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Take the City of Hamilton Walkway of History Tour The City of Hamilton Walkway of History Tour was officially launched in early October 2009 to commemorate Bermuda’s 400th anniversary of settlement on the island. The tour was devised and implemented by the Bermuda 2009 Committee and the Corporation of Hamilton to identify important sites of architectural, social, cultural or historical significance in the City. A brochure was created to enable pedestrians to learn about the history of the city on the self-guided tour that may be taken as a whole or in parts. Plaques have been installed in the sidewalk at various points along the route of the tour. Plaque #1 is located at Nellie’s Walk on Church Street in front of the City Hall. The tour will take about two hours to complete and the usual safety and road traffic precautions must be obeyed.

Some of the historical sights that will be seen during the tour include: The City Hall

The City Hall was designed by Bermudian architect Wilfred Onions and completed in 1960. It sits on the site of the Hamilton Hotel, Bermuda’s first major hotel. The Eastern Gate of Victoria Park on Cedar Avenue

Victoria Park was developed in 1889 in what had been a low-lying boggy area called Deane’s Bottom after Alfred Deane whose Springfield Academy (founded 1848) students had used the area as their playground. The bandstand was sent from Scotland to commemorate Queen Victoria’s Jubilee and soon became a popular venue for military and other concerts. Cedar Avenue

On the east side of Cedar Avenue is the Leopards Club, founded in February 1949. The house was built about 1850 as a private home by Samuel Prudden Watson, merchant, United States consular agent and member for Pembroke in the House of Assembly. Somewhat changed architecturally, the building is now a club, a place for political education and site for black entrepreneurship and entertainment. Corner Cedar Avenue and Angle Street

Designed by Lawrence Smart and built in 1931 in Spanish style, St Theresa’s Cathedral is the spiritual home of Bermuda’s Roman Catholics. The tower, surmounted by a 13 foot aluminum cross with its life size statue of St Theresa in its niche, was added in 1947. Junction of North and Angle Streets

The former Pembroke Sunday School was built in the 1820s and extended about 1882 to the design of Dr Henry Hinson, whose work is evident in a number of Bermuda’s parish churches and St Paul AME. Now a community centre, it is appropriately called The Centre. To learn more about these sights and others described on the tour, stop by City Hall to pick up a brochure. You can also find information on The Corporation of Hamilton website at:

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Celebrating 50 Years

The Corporation of Hamilton invites you to participate in City Hall’s 50th anniversary celebrations. There will be exhibits on display in the foyer of City Hall throughout 2010, changing every two months. Featured topics include The City of Hamilton Mayors and their accomplishments, The City Hall Theatre and a students’ art competition. Plan to attend:

January and February The exhibit will show the history and details of the construction of the Hamilton landmark and provide interesting information on where City Hall was originally going to be located. Original costs, approvals and photos along with information on the architect and City Engineer who spearheaded the project will be displayed. March and April What was the first theatre production to take place in the City Hall Theatre? Who were the local actors featured in some of the early performances in the newly opened theatre? There will also be vignettes on the Bermuda Society of Arts and Bermuda National Gallery, both located in the City Hall. May and June Learn about the vision The Corporation of Hamilton has for the City Hall; What is the Corporation’s role in the city and what does the future hold for the City Hall? See architectural renditions of possible additions and renovations. Visit to learn about other exhibits.

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1889, Fort Hamilton with its moat gardens, green lawns, musty dungeons and never-tried artillery is worth a visit. With spectacular views of Hamiton Harbour and the Great Sound beyond it, it is a great place to pause and have a picnic. Open daily 9am-5pm. Admission is free. GOVERNMENT HOUSE, Langton Hill, Pembroke This imposing structure is the official residence of Bermuda’s governor, who represents H.M. Queen Elizabeth II. Completed in 1892, Government House was designed by Scottish architect William Hay, whose best-known legacy to Bermuda is the nearby Anglican cathedral in Hamilton. The surrounding grounds are populated by trees planted by dignitaries and heads of state, including Winston Churchill and John F. Kennedy. BUEI (Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute), 40 Crow Lane, Pembroke Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute (BUEI) is just outside Hamilton on East Broadway, 40 Crow Lane. See the ocean like you have never seen it before! What lies in Bermuda’s depths? BUEI is designed to amaze, excite and inform every visitor about the ocean. Visitors leave with a new understanding and appreciation of the world’s oceans. BUEI features two floors if interactive exhibits. Highlights include a simulated deep-sea submersible; taking visitors for a dive 12,000 feet and survive an attack in a shark cage. Other exhibits not to be missed are The Jack Lightbourn Shell Collection, shipwreck artefacts discovered by diver and explorer Teddy Tucker and marine exhibits including a dive bell, a bathysphere and the space-like Exosuit, an atmospheric diving suit. Great place to visit for all ages! Weekdays 9:00am – 5:00pm, Weekends 10:00am – 5:00pm. Adults $12.50, Seniors - $10, Children 6 – 16, $6, Under 6 – Free. 441 297-7314. Email: Web:

St. George’s and Eastern Parishes St. George’s — a UNESCO World Heritage Site — is where it all began, when in July 1609 the Sea Venture — en route from England to the new colony of Jamestown Virginia — encountered a violent storm and was shipwrecked on Bermuda’s reefs less than a mile off what is now St. Catherine’s Point. Miraculously, all on board survived the disaster and swam ashore to Gates Bay, located at the eastern end of St. George’s not far from the channel where modern cruise ships enter the town’s snug harbour today. However, Bermuda’s first arrivals encountered a very different place from the placid eighteenth-century town that welcomes today’s visitor. World Heritage Centre Located in the heart of the Town of St. George’s, the World Heritage Centre is a key orientation and resource point for visitors and students of all ages. Celebrating the mission of The St. George’s Foundation, the World Heritage Centre is central to the promotion of the Town and Parish of St. George’s. Lively, interactive histories are told through state-of-the art technology, participatory talks, historical re-enactments, and an ongoing Continued on page 54

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A great way to see Bermuda and all its attractions Regularly scheduled buses operate at frequent intervals to most of the destinations throughout Bermuda which visitors may find of interest. Bus stops are indentified by pink and blue poles. Poles that are pink indicate service inbound to the City of Hamilton. Poles that are blue indicate service outbound from the City of Hamilton. The table below lists many of the destinations that visitors ask us about most frequently. Alongside each destination is the number of the route(s) serving that destination, the appropriate fare zone, and the times buses leave The Central Terminal in Hamilton. If possible avoid the rush hour. The best time to travel by bus is between 9:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m. and after 6:00 p.m. Destination Route Number L.F. Wade International Airport 1,3,10,11 Bermuda Aquarium, Museum & Zoo 10,11 Belmont Hills Golf Club 8 Botanical Gardens 1,2,7 Crystal Caves of Bermuda 1,3 Royal Naval Dockyard 7,8 Elbow Beach 2,7 Gibbs Hill Lighthouse 7 Grotto Bay Hotel 1,3,10,11 Horseshoe Bay 7 Mangrove Bay (Somerset) 7,8 Maritime Museum 7,8 John Smith’s Bay 1 Surf Side Beach Club 7 Fairmont Southampton Hotel 7,8 St. George’s 1,3,10,11

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* See Bus Fare Information for additional details on 3 and 14 Zone fares. ** Departures on the hour and minutes past the hour from The Central Terminal in Hamilton.

Bus service in Bermuda is operated by the Bermuda Department of Public Transportation (DPT). Bermuda is divided in 14 Zones, each about 2 miles long. Fare Category 3 Zone $3.00 Cash (Exact change only. Dollar bills not accepted) Tokens $2.50 $20.00 Tickets (Tickets are sold in Booklets of 15) Visitor 1-Day Transportation Pass Visitor 2-Day Transportation Pass Visitor 3-Day Transportation Pass Visitor 4-Day Transportation Pass Visitor 7-Day Transportation Pass *Child 5-16, under 5 free

14 Zone Adult Child* $4.50 $2.00 $4.00 $30.00 $7.50 $12.00 $6.00 $20.00 $10.00 $28.00 $14.00 $35.00 $17.50 $45.00 $22.50

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Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday 10:00am - 2:00pm Admission $5. 441 2970545 BERMUDA NATIONAL TRUST MUSEUM, Globe Hotel, King’s Square Across the street from St. Peter’s Church on the edge of King’s Square, this distinctive dwelling was built in 1700 by Governor Samuel Day. During the American Civil War its upper floor was occupied by a Confederate Shipping Agent from where he organized the shipment of arms, uniforms and war supplies through the Union blockade to the South. It now houses the Confederate Museum and hosts the “Rogues and Runners” exhibit, highlighting Bermuda’s participation in the American Civil War. Open Mon., Tue., Wed., & Sat. 10am-4pm. Admission $5. 441 297-1423. ST. PETER’S CHURCH, Duke of York Street Situated in appropriate loftiness above the main street of St. George’s, St. Peter’s Church is one of the island’s most beloved landmarks and is the oldest anglican church continuously occupied in the New World. The first church on the site was constructed in 1612 of native cedar posts and fitted with small windows and a thatched roof. This original edifice was replaced seven years later by a more permanent structure that lasted almost a hundred years, until the hurricane of 1712. Following this disaster, the church was again rebuilt. During the next one hundred and fifty years this early eighteenth-century structure was augmented by additions, fittings and furniture that make St. Peter’s the culturally rich trove it is today. Open Mon. to Sat. 10am-5pm. Anglican service 11:15am Sundays. THE OLD RECTORY, Broad Alley, St. George’s, behind St. Peter’s Church Built in 1699, this charming cottage on one of the numerous picturesque back streets in St. George’s is one of Bermuda’s oldest houses. Acquired in 1700 by Captain George Dew, an unsuccessful privateer who became a St. George’s assemblyman, The Old Rectory acquired its current name when it became the residence of the Rev. Alexander Richardson in the last quarter of the eighteenth century. ST. GEORGE’S HISTORICAL SOCIETY MUSEUM, Duke of Kent Street and Featherbed Alley Built around 1734 as a private residence, Mitchell House is a fine example of eighteenth-century Bermudian domestic architecture. A building whose interesting history includes service as a tavern, Mitchell House has been home to the St. George’s Historical Society since 1920. Open 10am-4pm Mon-Fri. Admission $5. 441 297-0715. BERMUDIAN HERITAGE ASSOCIATION, Samaritan’s Lodge, Intersection of York and Water Streets St. George’s newest museum, the Bermuda Heritage Association was formed in 1994 to preserve and document the history of black culture and achievement in Bermuda. This inclusive museum displays a fascinating assortment of memorabilia relating to the many areas in which blacks have made a contribution since first arriving on the island in 1616: shipbuilding, piloting, construction, nursing, music, sports and politics, to name a few. Open Tues-Sat 10am-3pm. Admission is free but donations are welcomed. Admission $4. 441 297-4126. TOWN HALL AND THE STATE HOUSE Town Hall, the handsome building commanding King’s Square and Continued on page 58

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ACCOMMODATIONS & Fractional Ownership by Sally Kyle

Vacation Ownership in Bermuda The St. George’s Club is a seventy-one unit Cottage Colony, in ten acres of manicured grounds, overlooking the old town of St George’s, (a World Heritage Site), its harbour and the surrounding North Shore area. The town is only a few minutes walk away and we have a shuttle to our very own beach at Achilles Bay on the other side of the golf course. Here you will find one of our restaurant and bars, Blackbeard’s Hideout, offering the most spectacular sunsets on the island and delicious seafood. Our one and two-bedroom cottages are self contained units, all with fully equipped kitchens and the capability of sleeping from four to eight persons. Our other restaurant, Griffin’s Bistro, has magnificent views of the harbor and is located in the main Clubhouse. Here you will also find our convenience store, laundry and a small gymnasium. The Club also offers plenty of opportunity for relaxation whether it is around one of our three pools, one of which is heated for the cooler months, or a game of tennis at one of our flood-lit tennis courts. The St George’s Golf course is currently closed for reconstruction, however it will be replaced with a world class Course designed by Nick Faldo. In light of this, we are able to offer our members privileges at the Riddell’s Bay Golf and Country Club, Bermuda’s oldest golf course. Vacation ownership offers consumers the opportunity to purchase a fully furnished condominium style vacation cottage for only a percentage of the cost of a full condominium or vacation home ownership and at a guaranteed time. Instead of tying up all your capital by buying a vacation house which will probably remain empty much of the year, you simply purchase the weeks you need. Each year you pay an assessment fee for the time you “use” the unit and The Club facilities, instead of paying year-round fees as with a condominium or house. It also provides a means to reduce the impact of inflation and escalating rental and hotel rates. Vacation ownership differs from Fractional Ownership in that it is a right-to-use for a finite time and consequently by design a “fraction” of the price. To put it another way, you only have a personal property right, not “real” property. This is granted by the developer, under agreement with the Bermuda Government, for the use of the property for a designated time period each year. You also have related access to the Club house facilities and amenities as per the contract. The St George’s Club is an RCI affiliated resort and this gives our membership the ability to exchange to resorts all over the world. Interestingly over 85% of our membership chooses to return to The St. George’s Club each year for its unique experience. The St Georges’ Club is now able to offer 50 year leases and is Bermuda’s premier and only vacation ownership resort at this time. For more information about ownership in The St. George’s Club call +1 (441) 297-1222 or visit our web site at www.

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Your Table is R eady Bolero’s entrance is like a secret, it’s tucked away down Bermuda House lane just off Front Street and as many of their regular customers put it; “Its like your local bustling cozy neighborhood restaurant” Certainly it’s a place where everyone seems to know each other. If its your first time at Bolero, then the friendly service team lead by Maitre d’ George Athanasiadis, will still make you feel like you have been dining there for years. BONE FISH BAR & GRILL 6 Dockyard Terrace, Royal Naval Dockyard, 441 234-5151 This dynamic restaurateur captivates his customers with his enthusiasm for life and his work in particular. Chef Livio’s new venture in Dockyard has inspired him to create his menu with an emphasis on cuisine that he feels suits the island’s lifestyle. “I like to make the most of our fresh fish and local produce,” he told us, “natural, simple, fast and balanced dishes because, like Italian cuisine, this is best suited to my abilities.” He proudly told us “seafood, seafood, the best from Bermuda waters, but with my love of the style of Mediterranean cooking, there is something for everyone, including favorite recipes from my mother!” Chef Livio began his training at age eleven in a hotel in his village home of Cortina D’Ampezzo in Italy where he was born and raised. He proudly relates how he has cooked for famous people such as President Carter, Michael Douglas, David Bowie, Iman and even the President of Italy. “I always chose to work in an environment of a very high standard, alongside many respected head chefs”, thus he trained and worked in some of Italy’s most prestigious hotels and restaurants….always remembering that to be the best chef meant “your heart was in your hands!” Today Chef Livio prides himself on maintaining this rule so, with very few exceptions, everything on his menu is made in his kitchen. He emphasizes that he likes to ‘create’ what his customers want, then acknowledges that this should be the role of a true chef, one who has been trained by the best. The happy atmosphere in his lively restaurant is enhanced by the fun Continued on page 84






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Your Table is R eady music, the wonderful indoor/outdoor bar and dining, and of course the views of the waterfront. “When my customers see their food, I want them to say, “Wow! The plate looks so beautiful and enticing,” he said smiling. It is not unusual to see Chef Livio chatting with the diners in his restaurant. Ask to meet him…we know he would love to meet you! He will give you an evening to remember! BOUCHÉE 75 Pitts Bay Road, Pembroke, 441 295-5759 When in Hamilton take a familiar walk past the yachts at Barr’s Park to Bouchée, situated at the Western end of Front Street where Pitt’s Bay Road begins. Undoubtedly one of the island’s most popular restaurants for over ten years now (formerly Monty’s Restaurant), Bouchée continues to offer the best breakfast, affordable yet satisfying lunches and a French-inspired dinner menu in one of Bermuda’s most aesthetically pleasing and comfortable dining-room settings. The owner, a member of the Chaîne des Rôtisseurs, has hand-picked a selection of wines offering the most affordable choices on the island – an opportunity not to be missed! Fresco’s Italian kitchen & wine bar 2 Chancery Lane, Hamilton, 441 295-5058 At Fresco’s you’re invited to step into Bermuda’s first Wine Bar and The Caribbean’s only Wine Museum. Experience one of the most extensive selections of fine wines available on-island. With a menu that is influenced by the global food trends yet embraces the best of Bermuda-grown produce, Fresco’s reinterprets traditional dishes in a modern style. Frog & Onion Pub Cooperage Building, Royal Naval Dockyard, Sandys, 441 234-2900 The Frog & Onion Pub is one of Bermuda’s most unique restaurants. Continued on page 74

Restaurant & Boathouse Bar Restaurant & Boathouse Bar

Bermuda’s premier seafood restaurant for more than 35 years. Sailors and landlubbers meet to enjoy the best in fresh fish and other delicious food for lunch and dinner. This summer, enjoy bistro dining on our patio.

Monday to Friday: Lunch: 11:30am to 4:30pm Dinner: 4:30pm until closing Saturday: 5:30pm until closing Sunday: 6:00pm until closing Closed Public Holidays

Located on the corner of Bermudiana & Gorham Roads in Hamilton. Reservations


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Your Table is R eady Located in the historic Cooperage at the Royal Naval Dockyard, a leisure walk from King’s Wharf and the Ferry Dock. Have Lunch… Dinner… or sample the popular beers brewed on site by our own Dockyard Brewing Company. The Pub has four Dining Rooms. The Cooper’s Room with the famous Giant Original Stone Fireplace as its centerpiece. The 3 other dining rooms including the Admiral’s Room which is great for private parties. The bar area is where you can watch your favourite team on one of our large television screens. There are two outdoor dining areas, the Beer Garden Patio and the Victualling Yard Deck where you can sit and view the amazing historic stone buildings that surround it. The Craft Market, Maritime Museum & Art Gallery are our neighbours. We also have our Ballast Logo Gift Shop so leave plenty of time for your visit as there is lots to do and see. Indigo Located in scenic Flatts Village, 441 292-9800 The heart of Indigo is its large catering kitchen designed for weddings and special events. There are defined cooking stations each with different specialist chefs. The incredible benefit of this is that Indigo is the only dining restaurant in Bermuda with an Authentic Multi-Cuisine menu offering Asian meals (Indian, Chinese, Sushi), Steakhouse meals and European meals all in one place and on one menu. Dining can be casual in the Sushi Lounge, Smart Casual in the Main Dining Room, or as you wish on either the front or rear terrace. Reservations are recommended for specific seating, and our shuttle service to neighboring parking areas is free. ISLAND CUISINE RESTAURANT 235 Middle Road, Southampton, 441 238-EATS (3287) Island Cuisine is a favorite family eatery for Bermudians as well as tourists. Our prices are comparable to U.S. and our food can’t be beat. We pride ourselves on our extensive menu, breakfast served at any time of the day, Kids Meals, and the fact that we do homestyle cooking. We do not cook with Trans fats or MSG. We start every day with fresh ingredients - mix in a lot of love and cook up the delicious food that keeps folks coming back. Our atmosphere is friendly and clean. You’ll love our Bermudian favorites, such as Fish & Chips, pan fried Rock Fish with lemon & butter sauce, Oxtail Stew, Fish Cakes, Hash Cakes, Burgers, Curry Chicken, Roti’s, Sweet & Sour, Salads, Potato Salad, Rice and Peas and delicious Macaroni and Cheese, Soups, Fish & Clam Chowders and the list goes on. Now serving Wine and Beer. It’s worth making the effort to come on by 235 Middle Road. Jasmine Fairmont Southampton, 441 238-2555, The Place for the Quintessential Martini. Elegant and relaxing, Jasmine is the ideal spot for meeting, greeting or simply relaxing, any time of the day. Your favourite cocktails are served throughout the day along with an elegant selection of light entrees, snacks, sandwiches, salads and pizza. In the evening Jasmine steps up the pace from 6pm - 1am with live entertainment for your listening pleasure. Don’t miss Jasmine’s traditional afternoon tea with all the trimmings; freshly baked scones, jams and delightful tea sandwiches, served daily from 3pm - 5pm. Continued on page 76

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delightful dining with a twist on tradition. The cosmopolitan Heritage Court offers the most fashionable setting in Bermuda for cocktails, conversation, and classic Bermudian cuisine. Plus, its lavish afternoon tea service has been recognized as one of the 10 Best Afternoon Teas in the world, and has garnered a Best of Bermuda Gold Award from Bermudian Magazine. Open daily 11am to 1am Located in the Main Lobby 441-295-3000

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Lobster Pot and Boathouse Bar 6 Bermudiana Road, Hamilton 441 292-6898 The Lobster Pot and Boathouse Bar in Hamilton is Bermuda’s oldest fish eatery and has a faithful following amongst locals and visitors alike. Service is friendly, prices reasonable and the menu enticing. With the very best variety of seafood specialties available, the Lobster Pot is a ‘must visit’ for anyone who enjoys fine food, friendly service and memorable dining. The staff welcomes you for lunch Monday through Friday from 11:30 a.m. and dinner from 5:30 p.m. Saturday from 5:30 p.m. and Sunday from 6:00 p.m.   The restaurant is closed on all public holidays.   Reservations for lunch and dinner are advised. Ocean Club Fairmont Southampton, 441 238-8000, Located beachside at the Fairmont Southampton resort, is an enticing twist of contemporary South Beach style. Relax in chic decor surrounded by an inspiring ocean view. Savor tantalizing delights that blend Asian ingredients and European techniques, giving each bite an international explosion of flavors. Popular menu offerings include Miso Marinated Butterfish, prepared with organic Shiso leaves, baby Bok Choy and Yuzu citrus sauce. Seared Scallops wrapped in applewood-smoked bacon are infused with aromatic spices that stimulate the senses. And each dish is prepared by world-class chefs and presented with flawless service. There has never been a restaurant in Bermuda like the Ocean Club. Come enjoy an unforgettable experience. Opus Café & Lounge 4 Bermudiana Road, Hamilton, 441 292-3500, Opus is a chic urban retreat nestled in the City of Hamilton’s Restaurant Row. Opus offers the finest selection of European coffees, International teas and selection of homemade patisseries, fresh salads and tapas. Opus evolves from an upscale café by day into a laid back Continued on page 78

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Your Table is R eady lounge by night with a full bar and an extensive wine list. Sexy, cozy and sophisticated. Robin Hood Pub & Restaurant 25 Richmond Road, Pembroke, 441 295-3314 The Robin Hood…a fine Pub & Restaurant! We are conveniently located in Hamilton, offering traditional pub fare, as well as our famous pizza. As Bermuda’s # 1 Sports Bar, we offer state of the art satellite coverage of all your favorite sporting events on 15 different plasma screens, including but not limited to Football, Rugby, Cricket, Tennis, NFL, NHL, NBA, and NASCAR. Sit inside and revel in our lively atmosphere or sit outside on our oversized patio. Join us every Tuesday night for the Island’s most popular Quiz Night! We offer superior service in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. THE ROTISSERIE GRILL 8 South Road, Smith’s, 441 232-7444 Bermuda’s newest restaurant, The Rotisserie Grill offers what everyone has been waiting for: real food, real good, real fast! It is conveniently located in the Collector’s Hill area of Smith’s Parish so whether you’re on-the-go sightseeing during the day, or simply want a great-yet-affordable meal in the evening, the Rotisserie Chicken, mouth-watering Ribs, tender Pot Roast, fresh Fish and daily specials will delight you and have you wanting more. The designer-inspired décor provides a casual and comfortable atmosphere, a perfect family restaurant. Silk Thai Cuisine 55 Front Street, Hamilton, 441 295-0449 Silk is the latest restaurant concept to take Bermuda by storm…Thai Cuisine! Silk offers a delicious blend of flavours from the kingdom of Siam. With a team of Thai chefs from the Shangri-la hotel in Bangkok, patrons will be treated to one of the fastest growing ethnic foods in North America. Swizzle Inn Bailey’s Bay, 441 293-1854 or 87 South Shore Road, Warwick, 441 236-7459, Bermuda’s oldest and most famous pub has something for everyone at our locations in Bailey’s Bay and South Shore, Warwick. We are home to the best, and the original, rum swizzle. Our kids’ menu makes us a great choice for the whole family. Come visit us for good food, great prices and a fun time. For all your Swizzle Inn and Swagger Out clothing and other items, check out the popular Swagger Out Gift Shop at both locations. Take-out available. Open from 11 am to 1 am seven days a week with food served until 10 pm. Uppercrust Multi-Cuisine Angle Street, Hamilton 441 295-5555 Bermudiana Road, Hamilton 441 292-1122 St. George’s 441 297-3434 Flatt’s Village 441 292-9111 Warwick 441 232-0123 Somerset 441 234-2626 Bermuda’s largest restaurant chain with 6 locations island-wide. Choose from Pizza, Pasta, Calzones, Subs and Salads, or for something more exotic, try our authentic Chinese, Indian, or Island Favourites. Sushi is available at some locations. 20 years of great food, great service, at great prices, served island-wide … and WE DELIVER! Continued on page 92

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Guest ACCOMMODATIONs Bermuda’s resort hotels, cottage colonies and guest houses range from cosmopolitan to cosy, secluded to opulent, ocean views to golf courses. Your desires, dreams and requirements will come true in the many styles of accommodation that are available in Bermuda. You might choose to stay in a cottage that has been built on stilts over the ocean with a sunset that goes on forever. For something a little different still, choose to stay on a luxury yacht and experience a unique perspective that will be all your own. If you are seeking some personal time, take a massage and facial from the many spas that are located in the resort hotels before your evening entertainment begins. If one of Bermuda’s golf courses gives you passion, choose the many resorts where the backyard is the first hole. The ocean view is often distracting, but remember to keep your head down. The islands of Bermuda offer the style of accommodation that suits the most discerning visitor. You will fall in love with Bermuda at first sight. Go one step further and discover the fractional ownership opportunities of owning a piece of the rock. A handful of beautiful specialty resorts offer properties for purchase. There are no limits, so “feel the love” of Bermuda. Resort Hotels Elbow Beach, Bermuda Tel. 441-236-3535 Fairmont Hamilton Princess T el. 441-295-3000 Fairmont Southampton Tel. 441-238-8000 Grotto Bay Beach Resort & Tennis Club Tel. 441-293-8333 Coco Reef Bermuda Tel. 441-236-5416 Grape Bay Beach Hotel

Tel. 441-236-2023

Hamiltonian Hotel & Island Club Tel. 441-295-5608

Newstead Belmont Hills Resort Tel. 441-236-6060 Pompano Beach Club Tel. 441-234-0222 The Reefs Rosedon

Tel. 441-238-0222 Tel. 441-295-1640

Royal Palms Hotel & Restaurant Tel. 441-292-1854 Surf Side Beach Club Tel. 441-236-7100

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Your Table is R eady For groups, parties and catering, ask about our Party Platters, Custom and Theme Menus! See our menu on the Hamilton Map. Open 7days. Waterlot Inn Fairmont Southampton, 441 238-8000, Steeped in Bermudian History. The magnificent and historic Waterlot Inn, gracefully nestled dockside on Jew’s Bay, has been offering breathtaking sunsets over 320 years and proudly boasts the AAA Four Diamond Award. Beamed ceilings and an inviting and gracious décor provide a wonderful setting to enjoy savoury Prime Steaks to please the most discerning steak connoisseur. Service is impeccable and friendly. The beautiful outdoor terrace and adjoining gardens are an ideal spot for a pre-dinner cocktail. You are guaranteed the best steak in Bermuda. Open each evening from 6pm - 10pm. Dress Code is Smart Casual. Jackets optional. WICKETS Fairmont Southampton, 441 238-8000, Wickets offers the newest twist of American and Bermudian classic menu creations at the Fairmont Southampton. Come and enjoy this unique and stylish designed restaurant that offers a chic yet relaxing ambience an has been receiving rave reviews. Bright colors, fabulous accent pieces and warm décor await you. You can enjoy inside or poolside dining, when visiting Wickets. The restaurant is known for its formal, yet friendly ambiance and impeccable service, as well as its one-of-a-kind menu. Our menu offers the freshest products and “Wadson Farm’s” Organic produce. The techniques are simple, but our results are unforgettable. Windows On The Sound Fairmont Southampton, 441 238-2555, Breakfast with a View. Off the Main Lobby of the Hotel, Windows on the Sound offers breathtaking views of the Great Sound and an amazing breakfast extravaganza boasting Omelette and Waffle Stations, Smoked Salmon, Breakfast Pastries and Breads and many other morning favourites. On Saturdays, try their new “English Breakfast” and on Sundays, their traditional and famous Bermuda Breakfast Buffet featuring authentic Bermudian cusine.

Bermuda’s Tee Time Reservation Company We have access to all of Bermuda’s courses. For Tee Time Reservations call 441-295-4640 or visit our website at for our on-line reservation system.

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For all of your cooking questions you can contact me at the Waterlot Inn at

Old Man Winter, Pack Your Bags! The colder months have already begun to subside and now we are looking forward to Spring’s arrival. The foods we crave, like the weather, change with the seasons. Therefore, the ingredients for our menu planning are going through changes as well. As the saying goes, March comes in like a Lion and goes out like a Lamb. So I’m presenting you with two unique ideas, one for the departure of winter, the other for the arrival of Spring. No lamb or lion dishes, just some distinctive and creative ideas. CANNELLONI BEAN AND PORTOBELLO BRUSCHETTA Serves 8 Ingredients • Olive oil • 1 medium onion, chopped • 1 cup peeled and diced eggplant • ¼ teaspoon chili pepper • Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper • 5 cloves garlic, minced • 1 19-ounce can of cannelloni beans, rinsed and drained • 4 or 5 whole, peeled canned tomatoes, preferably Italian, coarsely chopped and juices reserved. • 4 Portobello mushrooms, cleaned, stemmed, and sliced • 1/4-inch thick • 1 medium sized loaf country Italian bread, cut into 12-14 thin slices and toasted • ½ cup pesto • 12-14 slices mozzarella cheese • Fresh basil to garnish Method Preheat oven to 450°F. Line a baking sheet with foil. Over medium heat, in a large sauté pan, sauté onion in olive oil until tender, 5-6 minutes. Add eggplant, chili pepper, several large pinches of salt, and 1-2 tablespoons more oil. Cook over medium high heat, stirring frequently, until eggplant is golden brown and tender, about 2 minutes. Lower heat to medium, add garlic and continue to sauté for several minutes more. Stir in beans and chopped tomatoes and their juice. Remove from heat

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and set aside. (Eggplant and bean mixture may be tightly sealed and stored in the refrigerator for up to 2 days before assembling the bruschetta.) Toss mushroom slices in oil and sprinkle generously with salt and pepper. Place slices on prepared baking sheet and place in oven. Roast until soft and fully cooked, 4 or 5 minutes. To assemble bruschetta, spread each slice of toasted bread with pesto. Divide roasted Portobello slices among bruschetta and spoon bean-andeggplant mixture over the mushrooms. Top each with a slice of mozzarella. Place bruschetta on baking sheet lined with foil or parchment paper. Pair with Casillero del Diablo Reserve Sauvignon Blanc A crisp, aromatic counterpart to the creamy, earthy notes of this dish - a match made in heaven! Casillero del Diablo Reserva Sauvignon Blanc is the color of straw with green hues. the aromas are fresh and attractive with hints of citrus, peaches and gooseberry. On the palate, the wine is elegant, round, and mouthfelling. the wine is also balanced with attractive crisp acidity. SPICED PORK EMPANADAS Makes 32 empanadas Ingredients Filling • 2 tablespoons olive oil • ¾ pound ground pork • Kosher salt • 1 large onion, diced • 5 cloves garlic, minced • 2 teaspoons Spanish paprika (or to taste) • 2 tablespoons tomato paste • ½ cup pitted green olives, coarsely chopped • ¼ cup golden raisins • ¼ cup hot water • 3 hard-boiled eggs, coarsely chopped • ½ cup parsley, coarsely chopped • Freshly ground black pepper Dough • 4 cups all-purpose flour • 1 ½ teaspoons kosher salt • 12 ounces (3 sticks) unsalted butter, cubed and chilled • 8 ounces cream cheese, cubed and chilled • 1 egg yolk combined with 2 teaspoons ice water • 2 eggs lightly whisked with 2 teaspoons cold water, for egg wash • ½ cup sliced almonds, for tops of empanadas Go to for the the remainder of this recipe

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Shelly bay

Cottage Colonies Cambridge Beaches Tel. 441-234-0331 Fourways Inn

Tel. 441-236-6517

9 Beaches

Tel. 441-239-2999

Pink Beach Club & Cottages Tel. 441-293-1666

Tel. 441-292-1055

Sandpiper Apartments

Tel. 441-236-7093

Sound View Cottage

Tel. 441-238-0064

Summerside Guest Apartments Tel. 441-535-6404 Valley Cottages & Apartments T el. 441-236-0628

The St. George’s Club Tel. 441-297-1200

The Wharf Executive Suites Tel. 441-232-5700|



Tel. 441-234-1616

Cottages, Suites & Apartments

Aunt Nea’s Inn at Hillcrest Tel. 441-297-1630

Blue Horizon

Tel. 441-236-6350

Bay City Guest House

Brightside Apartments

Tel. 441-292-8410

Burch’s Guest Apartments

Tel. 441-292-5746

Oxford House

Tel. 441-295-1275 Tel. 441-295-0503

Clairfont Apartments Tel. 441-238-3577

Bed & Breakfast

Clear View Suites

Tel. 441-293-0484

Fresh Winds

Tel. 441-504-1094

Erith Guest House Tel. 441-232-1827 Granaway Guest House & Cottage Tel. 441-236-3747

Dawkins Manor

Tel. 441-236-7419

Garden House

Tel. 441-234-1435

Grape Bay Cottages

Tel. 441.295-7017

Greenbank & Cottages Tel. 441-236-3615 La Casa Del Masa

Tel. 441-292-8726

Mazarine By The Sea

Tel. 441-292-1690

Ocean Terrace

Tel. 441-238-0019

Paraquet Guest Apartments Tel. 441-236-5842 Robin’s Nest

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Tel. 441-292-4347

Edgehill Manor

Tel. 441-295-7124

Greene’s Guest House Tel. 441-238-0834 Little Pomander Guest House Tel. 441-236-7635 Royal Heights Guest House Tel. 441-238-0043 Salt Kettle House

Tel. 441-236-0407

Floatels Lady Charlotte

Tel. 441-236-0127

Ana Luna Adventures Tel. 441-504-1094 Web:

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Dining in Bermuda is an experience on its own. Imagine that you’re at one of Bermuda’s pink beaches savoring a local delicacy, the Bermuda fishcake sandwich. If you would like to experience what Bermudians love, then you would order the works. An old-timer once told me that Bermudians invented “the works.” Even if that statement isn’t accurate, the Bermuda fish sandwich with the works is like nothing I have experienced before. Local and internationally recognized chefs create a dining adventure that will take your taste buds to a new level. Wines and spirits from around the world will be matched to perfection with each course. Go back in time; several restaurants date back to the 18th and 19th centuries. The globe is represented in the restaurants that dot Bermuda and it’s easy to locate a restaurant close to the ocean, with views that will inspire all your senses. Bacci Fairmont Southampton, 441 238-8000. Italian with a Passion! Delight in authentic Italian Cuisine delivered with fine dining flair in a stylish yet relaxed family atmosphere. Chef Clady’s has creatively blended the very best of classical Italian traditions with the latest world-class cooking trends to create a symphony of original recipes and blended flavours from select regions of Italy. Each item is presented like a work of art and each evening their culinary team select special dishes to enhance their a la carte menu. Inspired by the pastel and romantic beauty of Bermuda, Bacci is a celebration of life, wine and great food of Italy. You will always be greeted with hospitality, warmth and enthusiasm and you will want to return again and again. Open for dinner from 6pm -10pm. Dress Code is Smart Casual Bamboo 65 Somerset Road, Sandys, 441 234-2600 Bamboo’s Sushi Bar’s elegant and sleek ambiance sets the stage for unique creations of authentic, traditional and modern Japanese cuisine. In addition to traditional raw and contemporary cooked fish preparations, the menu at The Somerset location includes a selection of other innovative & fusion salads, curries, kebabs, and pastas inspired by the global travels and experiences of the restaurant staff. There are amazing meat and vegetarian dishes to choose from such as China Ribs, Bourbon Chicken and Beer-Battered Rockfish. Bamboo offers a varied sake collection and also feature selections of wine, beer and signature cocktails to complement the menu. Bolero Brasserie 95 Front Street, Hamilton, Bermuda, 441 292-4507 In just over two and half years since Jonny opened Bolero, it has become a favourite place for locals, business people and visitors alike and is arguably one of the most popular and busiest restaurants in Hamilton. In keeping with the concept of a traditional Brasserie, Bolero is about simplicity, the food is straightforward, honest and unpretentious. Continued on page 80

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Your Table is R eady proudly sponsoreD BY

Chef of the Month … Executive Chef

Leigh Thurston

I was born in Chelmsford, Essex, England. I have been in the chefs industry for 13 years. Before coming to Bermuda nearly 5 years ago, I worked in Greece and France. I have always wanted to be a chef. I can’t see myself doing any thing else, sitting behind a desk isn’t for me as I am a hands on person. I strive for perfection. During service I get a good buzz on, from that first order, to the last, the long hours, I love it. I get a great deal of satisfaction when I see a dish come together and tastes as good as it looks. Scallop receipt: Cauliflower puree Butter ¼ head cauliflower Salt 2 bay leaves Pepper ½ quart milk Roughly chop the cauliflower, place in pan, add bay leaves milk, salt, simmer for 4 minutes, Separate cauliflower from the milk, Place cauliflower into blender; slowly add milk back to the cauliflower until smooth, Finish with butter 100 grams peas Pepper Butter Salt In robocoupe add frozen peas, pulse for about 15 seconds In pan add butter, add peas and cook for about 2 minutes Pancetta sauce 250 grams good quality 1 cup of white wine Pancetta 1 cup chicken stock 1 shallot diced ½ quart of cream 3 cloves of garlic sliced 1 tbsp olive oil In a pan add olive oil, garlic, shallots, cook until tender, Add Pancetta and cook for about 2-4 minutes. Add wine and reduce by half Add chicken Continued on page 68

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SAVOUR THE NEW BRUNCH MENU AT WATERLOT INN Enjoy a little tranquility each Sunday at Waterlot Inn at The Fairmont Southampton with the introduction of a unique four-course brunch. Steeped in Bermudian tradition, historic Waterlot Inn is nestled dockside on Jew’s Bay, and has been offering delectable cuisine and warm hospitality for over 320 years. Waterlot’s new brunch offers a combination of set menu items served family style, alternating with buffets and a la carte selections. In this economy, people choose their dining experiences carefully and, at $39 per person and half price for children 12 and younger, we are offering a sensational Waterlot experience at a tremendous value.

For Reservations please call 238-8000

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Your Table is R eady stock reduce by half. Add cream; simmer until reduced by half, season to taste Pass sauce through chinoix. 3 U10 Scallops Butter Olive oil Salt pepper In a very hot pan add oil, season scallops and place in pan, cook for about 1 minute then turn over and cook for a further 1 minute. Add butter to pan and base scallops until golden brown. Butter poached lobster, ricotta salata gnocchi, scallions, lobster cream, Parma ham crisp For the lobster 1 ½ lb lobster Dash of vinegar Boiling water Clarified butter Salt Take tail from the lobster, and claws, Blanch tails in boiling water with the salt and vinegar for 2 minutes. Put aside. Place claws in water for 3 minutes. Place both claws and tail into fridge until chilled, Once chilled, take all the meat from the claws and tail, Half the tail and de vain. Keep carcass. Warm the clarified butter in a pan on a very low heat. Add lobster and poach for about 4 min until tender, place on to paper towel to rest. Go to for the the remainder of this recipe Friendly, Affordably priced, great tasting local home cooked food. Breakfast Served All Day

BERMUDA’S BEST DINER Standard daily specials: Mon Beef Stew Tue Lamb Shoulders Wed Oxtail Stew Thurs Hoisin BBQ Pork Ribs Fri Curry Chicken Sat BBQ Chicken Comes with your choice of starch and Veggie. In addition to these specials we serve many other daily specials but these are standard each week without fail. Centrally located on 235 Middle Road, Southampton Tel:

441-238-3287 (EATS)



Wine and Beer served while dining in

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Bermuda’s premier pub and restaurant and home of the Rum Swizzle Outdoor patios | Non-smoking areas Family friendly with a kid’s menu Swagger Out gift shop Live entertainment all summer

Open Daily 11am – 1am ~ Food served 11am – 10pm Now at two locations!

3 Blue Hole Hill, Bailey’s Bay. Tel 441-293-1854 87 South Shore, Warwick. Tel 441-236-7459

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