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Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Hear "Bermuda is Another World"

By Keith Archibald Forbes (see About Us) at e-mail exclusively for Bermuda Online

Bermuda by air and sea, at  Mid Ocean,Tucker's Town

One of the many spectacular Bermuda beaches. Bermuda Tourism photo.

Location: W064 44, N3219. Time zone: Atlantic time, one hour ahead of the USA and Canada's EST and four hours behind GMT.

Bermuda is a 21 square mile (56 kilometers) in total land area cluster of mostly-interconnected small islands in the north west Atlantic Ocean. One of the nine smallest places in the world in total land area, compared to the USA's 9.629 million square kilometers. Bermuda (Somer's Isles) has 6 main islands and 120 others. There are nine parishes (counties), each 2.3055 square miles (3.68 square kilometers. It has about 65,000 residents and about 500,000 visitors mostly from cruise ships. It is located about 600 miles due east of the nearest mainland, the USA's North Carolina. It is not in the Caribbean but 900 miles north of it. There are no regular airline or shipping services between the Caribbean and Bermuda, only with the USA, Canada and Britain. It is Britain's oldest British Overseas Territory, self-governing, with its own laws including those on citizenship, commerce, customs duties, employment, finance, health, insurance, investments, hospitalization, immigration, taxation, trade, welfare, etc. It is not part of the European Community, unlike Britain. Despite its small size it is an important offshore business jurisdiction, the registered corporate home of many multinational business entities, particularly for insurance and reinsurance companies. The World Bank - see http://data.worldbank.org/country/bermuda - rates it as one of the top four jurisdictions in the world in Gross National Income per capita. The cost of living is also very high.

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Music & Performing Arts in Bermuda Population Public Holidays
Restaurants Senior Citizens in Bermuda Senior Citizens compared to overseas
Sports Traditions in Bermuda Transportation options for residents
Utilities - electric, gasoline. oil Water sports in Bermuda  

Bermuda Accommodation

Guide to all Hotels Large Resort Hotels, Small
Cottage Colonies & Private Clubs Guest Houses Cottages, apartments, efficiency Units

Bermuda as an International Business Centre

Banks and banking Business intro Charities & non-profit entities Part 1
Charities & non-profit entities Part 2 Charities & non-profit entities Part 3 Charities & non-profit entities Part 4
Economy Insurance advantages Insurers/international and local A-L
Insurers/international and local M-Z International business industry International business managers
International Companies (not insurance) A-C International Companies (not insurance) D-L International Companies (not insurance) M-Z
World business leaders with Bermuda connections    

Bermuda's City, Town, Parishes, Railway Trail

Bermuda Parishes City of Hamilton Devonshire
Hamilton Parish Paget Pembroke
Railway Trail St. David's St. George's
Sandys Smith's Southampton
Warwick World Heritage Town of St. George (Part 1) Town of St. George (Part 2)

Bermuda's Former Military Bases

American Bases until closure 1995 American Military Hospital to 1995 closure American Military Personnel 1940-64
American Military Personnel 1965-95 British Army Units Bermuda-based to 1953 British Army-built Bermuda Forts
British Military Graveyards in Bermuda Canadian Forces Bermuda-based to 1993 Royal Navy Dockyard to 1953
Royal Navy Dockyard Ships Crests Walls War Veterans of Bermuda  

Bermuda's History, country links, special visitors

Admiral Sir George Somers, Bermuda 1609 Artists who painted Bermuda Bermuda, Britain & Commonwealth
Bermuda & Canada Bermuda & France Bermuda & USA
Bermuda's postage stamps Historic Houses History from1500 to 1699
History from 1700 to 1799 History from 1800 to 1899 History from 1900 to 1951
History from 1952 to 1999 History from 2000 to 2005 History 2006 Part 1
History 2006 Part 2 History 2007 Jan and Feb History 2007 March
History 2007 April History 2007 May History 2007 June 1-15th
History 2007 June 16 to 30th History 2007 July 1-15 History 2007 July 16th to 31st
History 2007 August 1 to 7 History 2007 August 8 to 14 History 2007 August 15 to 21
History 2007 August 22-31 History 2007 September 1 to 10 History 2007 September 11 to December 31
History 2008 to 2010 History 2011 through 2012 History since 2013
Mark Twain in Bermuda Special visitors from 1609 to now

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