Spirit is available for charters and is perfect for birthdays, family reunions, corporate events and other special occasions. Learn about Bermuda’s maritime history, their sail training programme and the island. Spirit has a capacity for 50 passengers/guests, and food and beverage can be arranged by the charterer or can be provided by special arrangement. They offer two-or three-hour daytime or sunset sailing cruises around the Great Sound. Cruises can start from either Dockyard or Hamilton, and rates start at $3,400 for the two-hour cruise which includes the ship and crew. Spirit was voted “Best Charter Boat” in this year’s Best of Bermuda Awards. Create your own unique experience and find out for yourself how enjoyable a day or evening on the water can be! ST. GEORGE’S FOUNDATION, THE Somers Wharf, 16 Water St., St. George’s Tel: 297-8043 Website: sgf.bm The mission of The St. George’s Foundation is to invest in the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Town of St. George and its related fortifications future by providing cultural, educational and recreational experiences that will benefit both residents and visitors now and for generations to come. They work to support and revitalise the local economy by creating new opportunities for business, and to develop historic St. George’s as a world tourism destination. Their visitor attractions are the first-class World Heritage Centre, which serves as the prime orientation centre with a full range of related activities, from walking tours and educational programmes to lively historical reenactments and open-air concerts on the Plaza. They also operate the Deliverance replica, “The Ship that Saved America,” located on Ordnance Island, just off the Town Square. The foundation’s vision for St. George’s involves more than bricks and mortar. It’s about fostering a sense of pride amongst citizens and developing a rejuvenated town that’s alive with activity and excitement, a place people will want to visit time and time again. Their motto is “Celebrating 20 Years of Bringing Bermuda’s History to Life within the UNESCO World Heritage Site.” WORLD HERITAGE CENTRE, THE 19 Penno’s Wharf, St. George’s Tel: 297-5791 / 297-8043 Website: sgf.bm/about/world-heritage-centre Enhance your East End experience at this orientation centre housed in a massive restored U.S. Civil War warehouse. Discover why the historic town and its related fortifications have been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in a range of interactive and family-friendly exhibits, including life-size dioramas, informative touch screens and a short orientation film entitled A Stroll Through St. George’s. There is the maritime exhibit of original artwork highlighted by the scale models of the Sea Venture, Deliverance, and Patience, the first ships critical in Bermuda’s first settlement. The newest displays are the huge restored painted murals of old Bermuda done by Emile Verpilleux. Pick up maps and guides and unique souvenirs from the charity gift shop, Second Hand Rose. Open Monday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.; closed public holidays. Disabled/elevator available. Free Wi-Fi. Admission: adults, $5; seniors, $3; children 5 to 12 years old, $2.