The parking lot at one of Bermuda’s most popular beaches has a new look at Horseshoe Bay Beach, where the newly “installed taxi and shuttle bus passenger sun canopies”.
Minister of Tourism and Transport, Zane DeSilva recently visited the site to view the new additions to help block the sun, now that we are approaching the height of the island’s annual cruise ship season.
The Minister was also there to “firsthand how the canopies have improved the transportation experience for beach goers”.
“We are all familiar with heat and humidity of our summer months,” said Mr DeSilva.
“Locals and visitors to our beaches should not have to suffer the full brunt of the sun while waiting for their transportation to arrive.
“The installation of these sun canopies at Horseshoe Bay, reduces the heat and UV exposure and improves comfort levels while waiting for transportation. This will have a very positive impact on the beach going experience for all.
“I thank my colleague, David Burch, Minister of Public Works, who worked with me to have these canopies installed.”
- Photos Courtesy of DC: Minister Zane DeSilva with visitors under the sun canopies & parking lot at Horseshoe Bay Beach