Bermuda’s warmer than usual waters, for its latitude, are due to the Gulf Stream, a huge ocean current that flows north from the Caribbean, up the Eastern seaboard of the USA and past Bermuda. It provides a continual source of warm seawater and with it sub-tropical climate conditions.
Brought to you by
Find out about some of the ocean explorers, scientists and experts working with us
Look inside our self-driving car interactive
What's happening inside a self-driving car?