If you are looking for something to do that is close to the Royal Naval Dockyard in Bermuda, you are probably going to hear about Snorkel Park Beach. In fact, several cruise employees mentioned to us that they would be heading over there when they were allowed to leave the ship. (that's because they run a night club 10pm-3am)
Snorkel Park Beach is a man- made beach conveniently located by the cruise ships.
They offer paid activities like Snorkeling, Scuba, Jet Skis as well as beach chairs, chaise lounges, umbrellas, cabana beds and day beds for rent. If you want to pedal boat, paddle board, or kayak, or if you lost your noodle, you can rent those all at Snorkel Park Beach.
There is a bar and grill there and the "Club Aqua" is open Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday for the over 18 crowd.
Admission to the beach is $5/per person.
I can see how this could be a good option for some people. $5 is cheaper than getting a taxi to another beach for sure. If you want to stay close to the ship, easily go back to eat, and have activities close by that you want to pay for, sure. This could work. For me.. I was much more interested in seeing the natural beaches and beauty of Bermuda. You know.. Like this: