Bermuda’s Sea Express ferry system provides residents and visitors a reliable, regular mode of transport. Ferries are an easy and convenient way to travel to and from Hamilton, Dockyard and St George’s and affords passengers a perfect opportunity to see the island’s beauty from the water. The Blue Route serves Hamilton, Somerset and Dockyard ($4.50 in tokens or $5.00 in cash each way. Children age 5-16 are $2.75). A seasonal Orange Route operates from April to November to St. George’s from Dockyard and back ($4.50 in tokens or $5.00 in cash each way. Children age 5-16 are $2.75). The most economical option is a Transportation Pass which is valid on all routes on both ferries and buses and cost are, adult 1 day $19.00, 2 day $31.50, 3 day $44.00, 4 day $48.50, and 7 day $62.00. Children passes are 1 day $9.50, 2 day $16.00, 3 day $22.00, 4 day $24.00, and 7 day $31.00
Tickets, tokens and transportation passes are available from at the Ferry Terminal in Hamilton, the Visitors’ Information Centres island wide, many hotels and guest houses and the Hubert Winfield (Sparky) Lightbourne Central Bus Terminal on Washington Street in Hamilton. Tickets and adult passes are also available at many post offices.