Dive the Warwick Shipwreck with Rosewood Tucker’s Point

Rosewood Tucker's Point, Bermuda

A professional research team has been excavating the wreck of The Warwick, an English galleon that was dashed against the rocks of Bermuda’s Castle Harbour during a hurricane in 1619. Now guests of Rosewood Tucker’s Point can participate in the adventure exploring this historic shipwreck with the experts. During their dives, the research team electronically surveys each section of the ship; this information will later be use to recreated The Warwick in Bermuda’s Maritime Museum. With the “Warwick Adventure” package, guests of Rosewood Tucker’s Point can partake in a Tuesday or Thursday dive excursion. The accommodations package is priced from $875.

Located on Bermuda’s longest private pink-sand beach, Rosewood Tucker’s Point resort has an 18-hole golf course, tennis courts, a croquet lawn, and a 12,000-square foot spa. For more information, visit www.rosewoodtuckerspoint.com

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