The Deliverance was close by where we were staying, so ventured over on several occasions, and while the sign on the ticket booth said it should be open, alas it was not. And that's unfortunate, for as you wander around the ship, and consider it's history, you can well understand that it is such an important part of Bermuda's history.
I visited in April 2015 & got to see all areas of the ship. I loved the fact that the staff dressed in traditional costume (they would later appear in a re-enactment of a public dunking). The entrance fee was very reasonable & it took maybe 20 minutes to tour the entire ship & to read all the information. There... 更多
My 4 1.2 year old daughter loved climbing the ship and the animatronic tour guide below deck. The ship is in overall good condition, the staff is extremely friendly, and the info in and around the ship is very good.
Thank you for visiting our replica ship! As you know it was damaged in Fall 2014 in our double hurricane... 更多
Amazingly small. Sadly damaged during the hurricane but still possible to view this boat. Cheap entrance with concessions for students and children. Well displayed with information boards and a very knowledgeable docent.
Thanks for your review! We love our ship and were very sad about the damage... but do feel it's still... 更多
Please note that my photos were taken after the October 2014 hurricane damaged the ship - these are not indicative... 更多
Wow! Thanks for such a detailed review and the many photos Yes we were sad to incur damage during Hurricane... 更多
The full-size replica of the ship rigged pinnace Deliverance is a must see for an American. You climb a scaffold... 更多
Thanks for your wonderful review for The Deliverance! We feel the replica ship is a great way to introduce people... 更多
This attraction is just $1 per person. Yes, it is small (it's a lifesize replica) but it had plenty of... 更多