The Atlantic waters surrounding Rosewood Bermuda offer a boatload of adventures and activities for seafarers of all types. Guests will discover an abundance of exotic species withing Bermuda's diverse marine environment, whose habitats range from coral reefs and storied shipwrecks to underwater caves. Guests can experience the thrill of scuba diving, snorkeling and adventurous cave-diving. Sea kayaks and paddle boards are also available for those looking to travel calmly over the surface of the water as they explore Bermuda's beautiful coastlines and sounds.
The Water Sports Centre at Rosewood Bermuda welcomes guests to seek their ocean adventure along the shores of Castle Harbour. Exploring Bermuda by water is a way of life here, and a true Bermuda holiday is not complete without a day surrounded by the turquoise waters of the Atlantic. The Water Sports Centre, operated by local outfitter Kinezumi Water Sports, offers select complimentary equipment, including stand-up paddle boards and sea kayaks. Additional equipment, including floating loungers for individuals or groups of up to six, are available to rent. A convenient shop on-site offers sundries and simple snacks.
For an adrenaline rush on the water, Kinezumi offers excursions to their nearby launch site in St. George's for exploratory snorkel tours and exciting Jet Ski safaris, perhaps some of the most exciting experiences available in Bermudian waters.
The Water Sports Centre is currently closed for the season, and will be re-opened from March/April 2021 through October, offering non-motorized watersports from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m, and the floating water park with an on-duty life guard from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. (weather permitting).
For those with a taste for marine ecology and naval history, the resort can arrange scuba and snorkel excursions to explore the many dive sites found in Bermuda's waters. Guests can dive through a number of underwater caves, formed by the same volcanic eruptions that created the islands, and explore shipwrecks that date to the 1500s. An experience in the ocean depths that go beyond marine ecology, such tours are as historically enlightening as they are fascinating.