Interesting paper about meltwater from Greenland reaching as far south as Bermuda during the Eemian (120-130Kyr BP)
"Shells from Rocky Bay and Grape Bay populate two distinct temperature ranges. Temperatures in Rocky Bay are 16 to 27°C, ~2°C lower than modern on average, whereas temperatures recorded by Grape Bay shells are 8 to 20°C, averaging ~10°C colder than modern "
"This second sea level rise event likely included contributions from both the Greenland and West Antarctic Ice Sheets [Dutton et al., 2015]. The southern portion of the Greenland Ice Sheet in particular underwent substantial melting between ~122 and ~119 ka [Colville et al., 2011; NEEM Community Members, 2013]. Given the location of Bermuda in the North Atlantic and the time constraints on deposition, it is possible, and perhaps likely, that the meltwater pulse recorded by Grape Bay shells came from rapid melting of the Greenland Ice Sheet."
"This possibility makes our results particularly relevant for the future of the North Atlantic. It appears that substantial and rapid melting occurred after thousands of years of sustained interglacial climate, when global ice volume was even smaller than today [Dutton and Lambeck, 2012]."
The possibility of MWP1A scale sea level rise is sometimes discounted since the volume of available ice to melt is smaller today. In that context, that last sentence is the killer, " ... when global ice volume was even smaller than today ... "