Busy Albuoy’s Point is the wedge of parkland behind the Ferry Terminal and Bank of Bermuda HSBC headquarters off Front Street. Mature baygrape trees shade the little patch of grass and benches surround the harborfront dockside—the city’s main boat pickup spot for day and evening charters, including snorkeling and glass-bottomed boat excursions, sailing trips, and festive cruises. Public toilets are located on Point Pleasant Road, the lane linking the park to Front Street, which also has a few souvenir shops and charter tour company offices.
On Albuoy’s Point’s western side sits the salmon-colored Royal Bermuda Yacht Club, its members-only clubhouse and marina the headquarters of the King Edward VII Gold Cup Match-Racing Competition and the biannual Newport-to-Bermuda Ocean Race, which celebrated its centennial in June 2006.
Across the harbor is government-owned White’s Island, where Bermuda youngsters enjoy swimming and sailing summer courses; it is also the venue for fireworks in public celebrations such as the Christmas Boat Parade .
Linking to Albuoy’s Point via a thin stretch of land on the north side of the Yacht Club is Pembroke’s  Barr’s Bay Park, another shady lawn for watching yachts come and go up the harbor. You can also access this park from Pitts Bay Road.