LIQUOR LICENCE ACT 1974
The sale of intoxicating liquor aboard any ocean-going ship to any passenger or
member of the ship’s company.
The sale, under the authority of a permit issued by the licensing authority, of
intoxicating liquor on premises occupied by the Bermuda Sailor’s Home, and subject to
such terms and conditions as the licensing authority may impose.
The sale in any police mess of intoxicating liquor to members of the mess in
accordance with any rules or orders that may be made or issued by the Commissioner of
The sale of intoxicating liquor, whether with or without further payment, to
passengers of any vessel (other than an ocean-going ship) operating pleasure cruises or charters from Bermuda under the authority of an island boat liquor permit issued annually by the licensing authority under this paragraph (provided that any such sale shall take place either on board the vessel or on land in private occupation which is contiguous to the high water mark) and subject to such conditions (including conditions as to the hours during which intoxicating liquor is permitted to be sold) as the authority may specify in the permit.
The annual fees for the issue of an island boat liquor permit under this paragraph
where the vessel is licensed under the Marine Board (Island Boats) Regulations 1965 [title 22 item 3(j)]—
to carry not more than 10 passengers: ............... $60.00 to carry not more than 50 passengers: ............. $180.00 to carry not more than 100 passengers: ............ $300.00 to carry more than 100 passengers: .................. $360.00
[Paragraph 12 amended by 1990:11 effective 1 April 1990 and by 1990:55 effective 17 July 1990]
The sale of intoxicating liquor to guests of the Bermuda Hotel and Catering College
in accordance with any rules or orders that may be made or issued by the Minister of
The sale of intoxicating liquor to members of a members’ club, and to members of
the public of the age of 18 years or over, during any activity at the club’s premises, or upon