We always use the transportation passes when in Bermuda.We have cruised there 6 times and stayed there twice. Buses are very easy to use and you can download a map of the different routes. School children and commuters use the buses so you will want to plan not to cut your time too close during peak times. Seems like the driver stops at every block sometimes and the bus will pass you by if fully loaded. But...during non-peak times its a great way to see the island and get around. If you are unsure where your stop is, politely ask the driver when you board and they will announce your stop. Otherwise, you pull the buzzer cord when you want to get off. BTW, the drivers expect you to say "good morning" etc when you board. The bus stops are pink or blue poles depending which direction you are going in. We only have used the card passes but there are tokens available as well. We buy passes at the transportation center at the Dockyard. If you are planning to go to St George first in the NCL ferry, you used to be able to buy passes and tokens at the post office in St George. Tip: It takes longer to get around Bermuda than you think it will. There are lots of scooters with inexperienced drivers. Ferries are super easy to use. I love to sit up top in the open but if its cool, you will get quite chilly from the breeze.