Here’s all the essential information you will need over the Cup Match holiday:

Ships: 

Visiting ships will be the Norwegian Breakaway, and Celebrity Summit in Dockyard. 

Banks, offices & retailers:

Banks and Government offices will be closed. Some retailers and department stores will be closed or on shorter hours. Dockyard will be open for business as usual. 

Buses: 

Public buses will run on Sunday and public holiday schedule. 

Ferry routes: 

Ferry routes from Dockyard to Hamilton and Dockyard to St George’s will run on regular week day schedule. 

 The Paget/Warwick Route will run on Sunday and Holiday schedule. 

 The Rockaway Route will not operate. 

 Additional service - Departs from Watford Bridge, Somerset, to St George’s at 7.30am, departs from St George’s to Watford Bridge and Dockyard at 8.30pm on Thu and Fri. 

Attractions:

The following attractions are open during the Cup Match holiday: 

• Bermuda Aquarium, Museum & Zoo, Flatts 

 Crystal and Fantasy Caves, Bailey’s Bay 

• Bermuda National Museum, Dockyard 

 Bermuda Underwater Exploration Institute, Hamilton – open from 12-5pm Thu and Fri. 

 Visitor Information Centres in Hamilton, St George’s and Dockyard. 

Harbour Nights:

Free street festival on Wednesday, July 31 in Hamilton, from 7pm to 10pm featuring live entertainment, food stalls, artists, artisan and craft vendors, and children’s area. Special feature: Emancipate Your Mind — The History of Cup Match. 

The last ferry from Hamilton to Dockyard is at 10pm. 

Cricket Match: 

The Cup Match Classic Cricket Game takes place at Wellington Oval, St George’s. Entry is $20 adults, 5-12 year-olds $5, under 5 free.  Gates open at 6am. The Bermuda Department of Tourism will have a visitors’ stall with free refreshments. 

Beachfest:

BeachFest is on Thursday, August 1 at Snorkel Park, $10 entry during the day, $20 after 7pm. 

Live music, games, swimming, food and drink available, 12noon to 3am.