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If you are seeking a land based activity this is a nice way to spend a few hours. There are shops of various types, a couple of pubs, and a glass blowing factory. The maritime museum is also located here. It is accessible by public...More
The Historical part of the dockyard is splendid to walk around and visit. I was amazed how most of the souvenirs were from either Amazon or China! Very little was locally made and sold at the shops. The bus is the best way to travel...More
We docked on a cruise overnight and after 5:00 all the stores were closed. Never encountered that is a cruise port when you are there late, apparently because this island doesn't need our tourist money like others they do not feel the need to accommodate...More
There are plenty of shops and food available. Most are overpriced though because this is the dock of the cruise ships. However, there were some very affordable vendors of the last day of the cruise. AND, we had our dolphin experience at the near by...More
Still being worked on. Cruise ships dock here. Jumping off point for Ferry to Hamilton and several water tours. Also has some shopping but not as much as Hamilton. Has a small museum also Good to and hour or two walking around
This is the main place to be. Clean and you feel safe.
Shop's / bars and boat trips you can even visit the commisionrs house. There is a good beach you have to pay but there is a crazy golf course as well.