Some celebrities are full of praise for Bermuda for allowing them to escape the hordes of paparazzi and get on with their lives relatively unnoticed.
That is until now!
The two-hour cruise – which usually departs three times a day -takes up to 70 people as close as they can get to the mansions of the filthy rich
You’ll start to get stalker tendencies as you get so close to these properties that you are practically peering into their back yards.
For those who believe that Bermuda tourism can be rejuvenated via exclusivity and prestige, this is horrifying. This is the absolute opposite direction for Bermuda tourism that we should be taking. We’re taking what little notion of exclusivity and prestige Bermuda once had and dragging it through the mud.
Mind you, we could look at the positives. We’ve doubled our local celebrity numbers with the addition of the Uighars. Hopefully their home is also included on the tour as they’re certainly famous enough to not deserve any right to actual privacy, right? Oh, and don’t forget the Premier as we certainly should be getting our money’s worth out of the fencing and guard hut he put up.