National Geographic : 1971 Jul
EKTACHROME(ABOVE)ANDKODACHF Luxury is a bargain in such Ber muda emporiums as Trimingham's, where knitwear attracts a shopper. Prices on many imported items-Scot tish cashmere, Irish linen, French per fumes-range well below those in the U. S . But everyday goods from the States-toothpaste, frozen foods, mag azines-tend to run higher. Thickly clustered waterfront and elegant suburbs surround Hamilton Harbour. Land commands fantastic prices on tiny Bermuda, where some 52,000 residents are hosts to more than 375,000 visitors a year. Stately complex of the Princess Hotel rises at right; the Royal Bermuda Yacht Club juts into the waters beyond. 100 N.b.,.