Due to the geography of the island, Cruise ship passengers don’t disembark, the small harbour is too difficult for tenders.
The islanders will visit the ship, stamp passports and sell souvenirs
Printable map to take along on your cruise.
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Bounty Bay is an embayment of the Pacific Ocean into Pitcairn Island.
Bounty Bay is named after the Bounty, a British naval vessel whose 18th-century mutiny was immortalized in the novel Mutiny on the Bounty, and the numerous subsequent motion pictures made of it. Current Pitcairn Islanders are largely lineal descendants of the mutineers, as exhibited by some of their surnames.
The islanders sell locally made handicraft items, guide books and the beautiful Pitcairn stamps.
Most of the islanders are members of the Seventh Day Adventist Church, so there is no making or consumption of liquor.
The official currency is the New Zealand dollar. U.S. dollars are accepted.
Language English (official), Pitkern
Thanks to a seismological monitoring station on Pitcairn, the island is now connected via satellite to the internet at 128kbps, with free wireless access throughout Adamstown
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