EXCELLENT GETAWAY TO ENJOY TWO OR THREE DAYS ON THE BEAUTIFUL BEACHES OF BIMINI AND ITS CASINO.
Bimini is only 50 miles from South Florida and famous for its pristine beaches, fishing activities, snorkeling experiences, renowned past, and historical complexity, and also the famed Bimini Road, which most people believe to be the remains of the legendary Lost City of Atlantis. A weekend in the Bimini gives you a remarkable insight into what paradise really looks like.
-WE DOCK AT THE HILTON WORLD RESORT BIMINI MARINA.
- EXPLORE THE WRECKAGE OF SS SAPONA.
-WE WILL GO OUT EVERY DAY TO DIFFERENT PLACES ONLY MINUTES AWAY FROM THE MARINA.
- GO TO THE WORLD CLASS RESORT WORLD BIMINI CASINO.
- EAT THE BEST CONCH SALAD OF THE BAHAMAS.
Sail only 50 nautical miles off the coast of South Florida and dock your boat at the Hilton at World Resort Marina, you can access the Hotel and Resort on foot.
Boaters can dock in brand new floating docks in a protected area.
Dock your vessel for the weekend and walk right up to the resort’s main amenities, including the lagoon-style pool, casino, and the resort’s signature restaurants.
The Resorts World Marina offers an expansive harbor for guests to dock their boats, accommodating vessels up to 100 feet.
Bimini allows you to explore the SS Sapona. This ship was built in North Carolina. Following the shortage of steel during the First World War, as the construction of the Sapona was completed long after the end of the war, she was sold for scrap. A shipowner bought it and converted it into a casino, and then stored oil in its holds. Finally, in 1924, she changed owners again and was anchored at Bimini Island. Its owner stored alcohol in its holds during the Prohibition period and planned to turn it into a nightclub.
Meanwhile, in 1926, the vessel ran aground on a reef in the wake of a hurricane. A real wreck, the SS Sapona remains clearly visible from the surface of the sea because it is shallow, at 5m. Due to its shallow depth, the sunken vessel suffers greatly during hurricanes and slowly deteriorates, resulting in a broken stern. The American army used it as a target for target shooting, which did not help! The wreck serves as a landmark for boaters and has become a popular dive site.
Just south of Bimini, a remote and beautiful stretch of shore that’s accessible only by boat. Where you can lounge on the sand and snorkel in the calm, clear water. However, the highlight is the opportunity for face-to-face encounters with the local stingrays. These bottom-dwelling creatures have grown accustomed to people feeding and touching them, so there’s very little risk of a sting, as long as you’re gentle.
The white sand Bimini beaches are popular for a reason. With your toes in the sand in an exotic location not farther away from the United States coast than your daily commute to work, it is no wonder why this island is known as the Gateway to the Bahamas.
Being a small island, Bimini is surrounded by unreal turquoise waters which makes it a perfect location to relax in the sun on the pristine white beaches. Or for the more adventurous.
Enjoy more than 100 slot machines, competitive table limits for Baccarat, Blackjack, Craps and Roulette, a private high limit salon and sports book along with a world-class resort vacation at Resorts World Bimini Casino.
The 10,000 square foot casino has windows floor to ceiling offering the world's first panoramic water views from within a casino. It sits right on the Mega Yacht Marina so you can essentially sail right up to the casino.
The casino is open 24 hours during special events but otherwise gaming is open 11am to 3am daily for tables and slots.
Traditional Bahamian-style conch salad is served with freshly diced tomato, onion, bell pepper, lime, and a little seasoning.
Refreshing, crunchy, tangy, and bright Conch Salad is a raw seafood dish.
There’s much debate among conch salad lovers whether Stuart’s or Joe’s has the freshest conch, the fieriest hot sauce, and the coldest Kalik beer. The truth is, they’re both fantastic.