Customs will be providing service on Saturday, 30 July, 2016, from 10:00am until 1:00pm at the Hamilton Longroom for the clearance of Bermuda Customs Declarations that relate to reefer containers, other perishable shipments, or oversize shipments requiring an early morning delivery on Monday,1st August, 2016. Click for details.
The Customs Department is responsible for collecting and protecting the revenue and for enforcing import and export prohibitions and restrictions. The Customs Department provides information on importing and exporting goods and customs information for travelers.
What do they do?
The Customs Department monitors and controls the cross-border movement of goods and people. Customs officers work in partnership with the Bermuda Police Service in preventing and detecting smuggling and other criminal activity. Customs officers are stationed at Bermuda’s main ports of entry:
- St. George’s
- L. F. Wade International Airport
Customs officers process customs declarations for all arriving passengers on ships, yachts, or aircraft and assess and collect duty and other taxes. Customs officers also look for and seize illegal weapons, drugs and other contraband.