Choose from Four Options
- $204 for two-night cabin stay on cruise ($346 value)
- $269 for three-night cabin stay on cruise ($456 value)
- $298 for two-night resort stay on Bimini ($506 value)
- $375 for three-night resort stay on Bimini ($636 value)
Gratuity is not included and must be paid upon check-in at pier; $12/day per person for cabin stay, $6/day per person for resort stay.
Two-night cruise option includes the following:
- Two nights in a cabin that sleeps up to four and has a private bathroom
- All meals are included, and a $50 on-board credit which can be used to upgraded dining, alcoholic beverages and casino play
- All taxes and port fees
Three-night cruise option includes the above, but with a $100 on-board credit. An additional 3rd or 4th person can be added to the same cabin for an additional $100 per person, charged at booking.
Resorts World Bimini
Situated between the Gulf Stream and the Great Bahama Bank, Bimini is island territory so idyllic, it's attracted timeless celebrities. Ernest Hemingway once lived in the area; Martin Luther King, Jr. wrote part of his "I Have a Dream" speech here. And everyday folks enjoy the area too. Here are the top four ways:
By diving: The crystal clear waters around Bimini make for excellent scuba diving jaunts, on which divers see sights from starfish to shipwrecks.
By gambling: The resort's 10,000-square-foot casino features table games from blackjack to roulette, as well as slots and a sports book.
By fishing: Bimini has a reputation as the big game- and bone-fishing capital of the world, in part because it borders the Florida Straits, which reach depths of up to 6,000 feet.
By taking a cruise to Miami: On a boat, dubbed the Bimini SuperFast, with six restaurants and bars.