Hamilton is the capital of Bermuda and has about only 1500 people living within its boundaries, meaning it not even is the largest city which is the historical St. George's, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. It is however the administrative and economical heart of the country island. It is located in the central part of the island along the coast at Hamilton Harbour. Apart from stores, appartments and official buildings, there is not much going on in Hamilton, but at least there is nice Hamilton Cathedral which is an English church. Other than that it is best to base yourself anywhere else on the island or in St. George's.
Hamilton has a subtropical climate with warm to hot summers and mild winters. Summers last from May to October with temperatures between 25 and 30 degrees Celcius during the day and 19 to 23 degrees Celcius at night. December to April, daily temperatures are still between 20 and 22 degrees dropping to around 15 degrees at night. Rainfall is quite evenly distributed throughout the year with between 100 and 150 mm of rain a month. April to June is the driest time of year, with an average of 9 rainy days a month, while December has 15 of these days with some rain. Overall, October has the highest amount of rain. Generally though, conditions are very sunny and pleasant, only on hot summer days with higher humidity and almost no wind are conditions a bit more unpleasant.
Sea Express runs comfortable, reliable (actually punctual!) and fast ferries between Hamilton Harbour and various stops at Sandys, Paget, Warwick and Southampton Parishes. During summer they also stop at the Royal Naval Dockyard and on to the town of St. George's.
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