Although situated in the central Atlantic, at about the same latitude as Virginia, the islands of Bermuda enjoy mild year-round temperatures, thanks to the presence of the warm Gulf Stream current. A unique, well-groomed island with a distinct British flair, Bermuda has been a port of call for centuries. The same reefs that shelter the islands from ocean swells have also claimed their share of maritime victims. More than 400 known wrecks are found in Bermuda waters, offering divers a rare chance to view a diverse collection of natural wrecks in warm, clear water. The best chances for good viz and calm seas happen between May and October.
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