As chief financial officer at New Haven Terminal, Michael Vasaturo handles all financial areas of the company’s business, from risk management and banking relations to human resources. Outside of work, Michael “Mike” Vasaturo enjoys traveling and one of his favorite places to visit is Bermuda.
Bermuda is a popular semi-tropical destination for tourists from around the world, so it can often be difficult to find the right balance of good weather and small crowds when planning a trip. In terms of weather, visiting between November and February is the coldest. Although temperatures are still in the 60s and it is normally too cold for swimming at the beach, golfing is great during these months.
Meanwhile, crowds are at their highest between May and October. Bermuda’s hurricane seasons lasts roughly from June to November, but that doesn’t deter the crowds looking for a nice beach vacation. Temperatures range from the high 60s to mid 80s during these months, which can be ideal for spending time at the beach.
Tourists visiting between March and April experience temperatures in the low 70s, along with crowds that are higher than during winter, but more manageable than during summer. This time also features popular local events, most notably Easter celebrations.