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The anchor (pun intended) piece of Ordnance Island is the replica of the ship Deliverance. Although portions of it are in the midst of being restored you are able to go aboard and tour the ship, where you will hear the story of the Deliverance and its crew, sister ship, British and American History and Bermuda's important role in the... 更多
Beautiful views. There is a cannon, statue of George Somers, benches and grassy area for picnic. We sat and watched sailboats. There are lots of fish and you can see down to bottom of harbor. We fed fish a bit. There is a boat but it was closed.
There is usually a steady stream of traffic across the harbour bridge to this tiny island which houses a replica of the ship Deliverance, a statue of Bermuda founder Sir George Somers, and a small parkette offering benches under the palms where one can watch all the boats in the harbour. One most days you can see one or more... 更多
The island is across a small bridge from the Town Square. Has a lively looking statue of Admiral Sir George Somers the "founder" of St, George who settled with his men - the survivors of the shipwrecked Sea Venture. Also has a replica of the ship Deliverance one of two ships built by the survivors. This is a peaceful place... 更多
When visiting St George my hubby & I took the walk over the bridge to Ordnance Island. It is a very nice area with a statue of Sir George Somer & a cannon residing on a little roundabout. There are also public toilets here. We would have liked to have walked the entirety of the area but there were a... 更多
Not much on Ordnance Island but a few canons and the ship the Deliverance. However, it's cool to walk around this minute place and it has great views of St; George's and the bay.
Cross the bridge from Kings Square to get here. Important note: the restrooms are here. Cannon, a ship replica, and the start of some of the paid tours.
Not much there, but you'll pass the Deliverance and can take a nice picture looking back towards Kings Square.