Resorts World Bimini
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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Bimini Bay has recently changed management companies. I heard a lot of complaints regarding the new management by owners this past trip. We haven't much in the complaint category. The new beach area is beautiful. Great job by the resort!!!
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We were planning to leave…but while we were waiting for the wind to die down in the afternoon, Tony scored some stone crab. He immediately announced "We're not leaving!" and that he was running to the store to buy a bottle of c******nay and putting ...
I had never visited Bimini (http://www.bahamas.com/islands/bimini) and an opportunity arose that allowed Vera and I to go visit the island. We took the Resort World Bimini Super Fast boat (http://www.rwbimini.com/), which takes you from the Port of Miami to Bimini Island. Onboard you have several restaurants and bars, and we had an excellent rock and roll ...
... that is addjacent to the property and had a nice swim until Ralph said, look there is a Ray. I jumped and ran to get out of the water. He came right up to us at the edge of the water. I didn't get the picture because I accidentally hit the off button rather than the click button. Oh well. A nice swim in the pool got the salt off.....as Ralphie put it, we won't have ...
... an early start.
This ended up to be a good thing as we realized by midday we weren't making as good of time as we would have hoped - estimating our speed with the distance remaining, we realized we wouldn't arrive in Bimini before dark. One of the first things you hear about sailing in the islands is not to enter an unknown harbor at night. The charts aren't nearly as accurate as what we're used to, and the navigational markers are ...
... a second anchor so we didn't drift away. It was windy, and it was cold outside, so no one wanted to do this much needed task. Finally the anchor stopped dragging and we all instantly fell back asleep.
Captain Pete's alarm went off at 6 am, and it was now time to leave for Nassau. He walked up on deck only to return a few seconds later informing us we were stuck on a sand bar. We didn't drag our anchor in circles like we thought, but across the bay and onto this ...